FASHION MEETS BEAUTY: The fledgling hair care line founded by fashion designer Juan Carlos Obando, Number 4, is expanding with a volumizing range that will debut during his upcoming New York Fashion Week Fall 2009 show. Fleurs de Temps Volumizing Shampoo and Conditioner have been designed to “charge onto your hair shaft providing positive and negative little explosions that repel each other, creating enhanced hair lift,” according to the company. Both the shampoo ($45) and conditioner ($48) feature a pre-measured pump dispenser to allow for appropriate dosage for particular hair lengths, and the brand’s trademarked four complex blends, to address hair’s vitality, health, color and natural sheen. Items are 100 percent vegan, sulfate- and paraben-free and enter Fred Segal Studio and Apothia at Fred Segal at the end of the month.
SHAMPOO LASH: Revitalash, the popular lash enhancer created by Las Vegas-based Athena Cosmetics Inc, is entering hair care. Hair by Revitalash uses some of the same ingredients — ginkgo biloba, ginseng root, wheat proteins and fruit extracts — as the lash product and is designed to improve the look of thicker and fuller hair. Company founder Michael Brinkenhoff said the product, which starts shipping to specialty stores this week, came about as a response to consumer demand. It will retail for $180 for a three-month supply.
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