The Review | Your Hair Assistant By Davines

The Review | Your Hair Assistant By Davines
 

your hair assistant collection by davines


Anyone who is interested in hair that is deeply conditioned and lightweight, this new range has this all sussed out for you.

 Your Hair Assistant was launched after three years of research and development, a collaborative effort between internationally renowned hairstylist Angela Seminara (three times winner of British Hairdresser of the Year) and Davines Research Laboratories

This range was designed keeping our styling requirements in mind (blow-drying and heat-activated tools). 

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Collection consists of seven products: 
prep shampoo
mild conditioning cream
rich balm
blow-dry mist
perfecting primer
volume creator and brush
definition hairspray

FAVOURITE PRODUCTS FROM THE LINE  :

The product that truly caught my attention is the Perfecting Primer. I noticed that Davines’ primer is a much better alternative to my usual leave-in conditioning and heat protection combo. It coats the hair with moisture and acts as a light, bodifying tonic to give it shine (basically  three-products-in-one). It also cuts down the blow-drying time significantly (which in my case can take up to half hour or longer cause of my thick hair texture).
 The best way to use it according to Davines New Zealand Ambassador Greg Murrell : "Spray this product from roots to the end, and then spread it evenly by combing it with a wide tooth or detangler".

Next in line is the texturising and Mattifying Powder. This one is quite similar to a powder dry shampoo. The formula is completely natural obtained from micronised coconut and bamboo powder, reduced to tiny particles. So for anyone who suffers from any kind of scalp irritation, this is a much better alternative. Also, I love using their brush. The dispenser can be refilled infinite times as well.
 

You can explore the other products from the line here but feel free to ask us any questions that you might have (leave a message below).

The range is available at selected salons in New Zealand including D&M and Ryder Salon in Auckland.


Words | Zeenat Wilkinson
Photography | Clara Pafundi

 

 


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