New Product Alert: Be Curly Co-Wash & Intensive Detangling Masque
Be Curly Co - Wash
Aveda has created a new sulfate-free wash for our curly hair followers--Be Curly Co-Wash. This co-wash is recommended for curly- and coily-haired guests that need a conditioning cleanser that cleanses the scalp well while providing intense moisture and frizz control. Organic babassu oil sourced from Brazil provides the additional conditioning needed to keep your tresses moisturized.
Specifically formulated for curly- and coily-haired guests, the co-wash keeps curls moisturized for up to three days while controlling frizz and improving the overall appearance of curls and coils with every use. The co-wash is also perfect for any clients with permed hair.
Although the product can be used daily, it was specifically designed for those that only wash their hair a couple of times a week. The sulfate-free co-wash does not produce a lather, but rather a slight foam. After use it is recommended you use the Be Curly Conditioner or the NEW Be Curly Intensive Detangling Masque.
Be Curly Intensive Detangling Masque
Many of us with curly hair struggle with tangled tresses, some even go as far as referring to these stubborn tangles as "dreadlocks". Tangles can cause us discomfort and pain when having to un-tangle our hair; tangles can cause unnecessary breakage due to harsh brushing or combing to rid ourselves of these tangles; and tangles can make our hairstyles look unkept or messy.
Lucky for us Aveda has developed a new treatment masque that will help detangle and keep our curls moisturized and fight frizz--Be Curly Intensive Detangling Masque.
The new masque is for curly- and coily-haired guests that tangle easily and need additional conditioning--babassu oil sourced from Brazil provides the intense conditioning. The masque can be used as often as desired after shampooing and can replace your Be Curly Conditioner. Leave the treatment masque on the hair for 2-5 minutes and rinse thoroughly.
Your curly hair will thank you!
Circle C Hair Cutting Specialist
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Posted on Fri, May 22, 2015
by Candy Guerra filed under