This week in Hit List — no need to rinse and repeat with these top ten hair-defying shampoos.
Shu Uemura Art of Hair Muroto Volume Shampoo
Shu Uemura created a near perfect shampoo for fine hair. The formula feels watery to the touch, but packs a punch with enriched Himalayan crystal to strengthen hair follicles and leave hair feeling clean, light and in control.
Available for £24 from Shuuemuraartofhair.com
John Freida Full Repair Hydrate & Rescue Shampoo
From lightweight champion to heavyweight is the new shampoo from John Frieda. The Full Repair Hydrate & Rescue shampoo is ultra-creamy for more radiant shine, and wrestles any tangle into submission.
Available for £5.89 from Boots.com
JOICO K-Pak Shampoo
While we’re sometimes wary of cult-coddled products, the new JOICO K-Pak collection shampoo certainly lives up to its name. Enriched with amino acids, the formula is light enough for everyday usage, but works to repair damaged hair for a fuller, bouncier coiff.
Available for £13.95 from Joicoeurope.com
Pureology Perfect 4 Platinum Shampoo
Pureology was one of the first to promote shampoo for the blondies. The formula is extra gentle because it works without sulphates. And because blonde hair is susceptible to discolouration and brassiness, Pureology created Perfect 4 Platinum to gently cleanse without stripping.
Available for £13.85
Living Proof Full Shampoo
In a world of scientific hullabaloo, sometimes we need something simple. The Full shampoo by Living Proof gives us a full head of hair without all the fuss. No chemical stripping, no sulfates, no gold-plated packaging — just pure, clean fun.
Available for £19 from SpaceNK.com
Kérastase Bain Vital Detour Shampoo
There’s no luxury haircare list complete without a nod to Kérastase. The new Bain Vital Detour shampoo lathers up rich and leaves hair feeling silky, weightless, and very chic.
Available for £16.50 from Kerastase.co.uk
SP Luxe Oil Keratin Protect Shampoo
The Luxe Oil range is exactly that — pure luxury melting a top of your head. In addition to the added Keratin that strengthens limp hair, the liquid gold formula contains an oil-rich triple threat: Almond oil for lightness, Jojoba oil for slicking up those split ends, and the lord of all hair oil — Argan oil, to nourish hair back to life.
Available for £13 from Wella.com
Structure Cleanse Shampoo
Every Hit List needs a rock chick product, and the Cleanse shampoo by alternative haircare brand Structure fits the bill. The new Care line is meant to restore, strengthen and condition hair to be the biggest, baddest and most luxurious it can be.
Available for £9.95 from Structure.co.uk
Erb Good Day Every Day Shampoo
Having a bad day? Natural, all-luxury hair and skincare brand Erb will put a little pep in your step with the crave-creating Good Day shampoo. The Harrods counter staple is gentle enough to use everyday, and the combination of lime and olive makes hair fresh and nourished.
Available from Erbasia.com/uk
WELLA Colour Recharge Cool Blonde Shampoo
Hair experts (and Missoni Fashion Week style do-er’s) Wella also created a shamper for the bodacious blondes among us. Along with the sleek maroon packaging, the Colour Recharge shampoo is ultra-violet to prevent brassy colour, and rich for a soft, bouncy head of hair.
Available for £11.15 from Wella.com
Words: Elise Marraro (follow Elise on Twitter @PardonMe_Lissie)