The Volume Shampoo ($28) promises to boost volume and replenish moisture to the hair while the Volume Conditioner ($26) hydrates, moisturizes, and lifts the strands. Both volumize the hair – not in a messy all over the place way, but in a bouncy, lively kind of way.
They also both smell amazing and I like that their scent doesn’t only last during my showers. They also don’t and make my hair too dry or too oily. Most volume-centric products can leave my hair looking frizzy or can make my scalp feel oily but these products don’t do that.
I like using the shampoo if I’m styling my hair afterward because it helps hold the volume and the conditioner if I’m letting my hair down for a smooth but healthy-looking hair. I like to follow the Volume Conditioner with the Rose Hair Oil for extra shine and control.
After a week of putting styling products on my hair, I’ve been using the Treatment Masque ($32) to every weekend for a reset. This hair mask aims to restore and repair the hair using artichoke leaf extract. I put this on first before going through my laborious face and body exfoliation routine during Sunday afternoons. This mask leaves my hair so soft, so smooth, and so fragrant. It’s also easy to rinse off unlike other hair masks as it feels light on the hair. I like that this doesn’t make my scalp oily and instead leaves it hydrated and healthy.