Beauty Launchpad Magazine

APR 2017

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76 | BEAUTY LAUNCHPAD | APRIL 2017 THROUGH THICK AND THIN 9 One of the best things about this line is what it doesn't contain. Inoar 's (@inoar_usa) Vegan collection shuns all animal ingredients and encourages respect for nature's fauna. Naturally derived oils, like coconut and olive, penetrate deep into hair fi bers for ultimate hydration. 12 Designed with dudes in mind, Mister Pompadour (@mister_pompadour) manipulates mops that are straight or curly, long or short, left loose or tied up into man buns. Best of all, the eco-conscious brand recently transitioned to fully sustainable packaging that uses 100-percent recyclable materials—think glass jars and cool aluminum closures. Keep an eye out for the Natural Beeswax Paste, Sculpting Clay, Peppermint Pomade, Moroccan Texture Paste, Texture Powder, and Peppermint Shampoo and Conditioner. 10 "Mother Nature and African family traditions both play a big role in our formulations," reveals Jirano Beauty (@jiranobeauty) cofounder Jane Nyachiro, who developed the Curl Care line with her twin sister, Jedi. Coconut oil serves as the base ingredient in each product, prompting thickness and scalp nourishment, thanks to its inherent fatty acids. Offerings include Coconut Shampoo, Coconut Marula Conditioner, Coconut Leave In Conditioner, Coconut Curl Defi ner and Bombay Hair Growth Serum. 11 Lakmé 's (@lakmeusa) Bio Argan Oil line recently partnered with a Moroccan cooperative to plant argan trees in a large- scale reforestation project. The collection features three products, including a hydrating shampoo to infuse moisture, a hydrating mask for anti-breakage, and a 100-percent organic oil to tame frizzies and seal split ends. continued from page 75 9 10 11 12 TOOL TIME These brushes are good on your hair and the earth. 1 The fi rst eco-friendly collection of Olivia Garden (@oliviagardenint) Healthy Hair brushes are made from bamboo, a 100-percent renewable resource. Five separate collections massage scalps, activating blood circulation to stimulate hair growth. 3 Handmade by French and Italian craftsmen, RAINCRY hairbrushes (@raincrybeauty) combine two centuries of artisanal European craftsmanship with modern technological innovations to produce the Smooth 2.0 Plus Size brush, with materials harvested from renewable sources via environmentally conscious means. Extra- stiff Himalayan boar bristles glide easily through manes, enhancing shine while decreasing split ends. Beechwood, beloved for its lightweight durability, makes the triangular handle easy to grip. 1 2 Bamboo is the fastest-growing plant on earth, absorbing 30-percent more carbon dioxide than other greens, say experts at Bass Green Brush (@bassbrushes). The brand's Green Brush bamboo pins and handle are sustainable and strong enough to withstand heat from thermal styling tools. 13 Free of aluminum shavings as well as talc, ABBA 's (@pureabbaproducts) Always Fresh Dry Shampoo repairs locks courtesy of ProQuinoa Complex. 14 Formulated with lemongrass to plump hair, MOP (@mop_ hair_products) Lemongrass Volume Whip comes packaged in an eco-friendly zero-impact spray. 2 3 COURTESY OF MANUFACTURERS 13 14

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