BEAUTY US west coast editor Elyse Glickman shares news on an emerging Hollywood favourite sure to add spark to our at-home self-care routines
Elyse Glickman is US west coast editor of Lucire.
Life goes on, even when you’re stuck indoors. Therefore, if you’re getting ready to Skype with that special someone or chatting online with a current or future boss and want your hair to look shiny and sleek, SH-RD should be your next big beauty indulgence. Celebrity hair salon stylists including Ken Paves and Kim Vo love the product, whileAnna Paquin, Adrienne Bailon, Christine Lakin, Angela Amezcua and Diana Madison are among the brand’s most famous fans.
This amazing Taiwanese hair care brand just making its way beyond Asia and into the world recently released their SH-RD Protein Cream: Gold Deluxe Edition, a luxurious new leave-in treatment that combines gold leaf and deep-sea water sourced from the China Sea, to provide essential nutrients to the hair and scalp.
The impressive formulated Silk Protein Complex improves your hair’s condition by smoothing and sealing the cuticle, while locking in hydration and strengthening the hair. Best of all, SH-RD provides UV, heat and chlorine damage protection, so you can hang outside or in the pool!
The brand and its products wear the ‘Made in Taiwan’ designation with pride, especially as this beautiful island is known for its agriculturally rich terrain. As beauty aficionados would expect, SH-RD’s labs incorporate indigenous fruits, vegetables and herbs, thus building on its reputation as one of the world’s great sources for natural beauty products.
With ingredients like rosemary and hydrolysed wheat protein, the SH-RD Nutra-Therapy Shampoo (US$35) is definitely great to check out too, as it will clean your hair gently. Also, the SH-RD Nutra-Therapy Conditioner helps make hair oh-so manageable and silky to the touch! •
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