By  on July 6, 2007

Four new volumizing items are coming out this month under Tigi's Superstar brand, including a Volumizing Hairspray, a Volumizing Leave-In Conditioner, a conditioner and a sulfate-free shampoo. The shampoo, which sells for $15.95, is formulated to safely cleanse color-treated hair and uses panthenol to add volume. The conditioner, priced at $16.95, aims to control static and add volume to hair. The spray and leave-in conditioner, each priced at $16.95, are designed to add shine and control frizz.

ThermaFuse Control Extra Firm Gel uses its HeatSmart Complex to protect hair from heat given off by blow-dryers, flatirons and the like. The gel, which is formulated to provide extra firm hold without flaking, also uses a vanilla and blackberry scent. Available in salons this month, ThermaFuse Control Extra Firm Gel sells for $16.50.

Bain de Terre has been restaged to include botanicals in its formulas, hence the new name Bain de Terre Botaniceuticals. Reflective of the brand's evolution is softer packaging and products that utilize pesticide-free ingredients, such as goji berry, black currant, magnolia bark and wild jujube. Four Hair Therapy items have been added to round out the collection of shampoos, conditioners and styling products, including Sugar & Fig Scalp Massage Scrub, Hair Strengthening Mud Mask, Recovery Complex Replenishing Hair Balm and White Lotus Reparative Reconstructor. Bain de Terre Botaniceuticals ships to salons in September. Prices range from $10 for shampoo to $18 for select Hair Therapy items.

FHI Heat has a new ceramic tourmaline styling iron on tap for summer. The new Platform Special Edition is more lightweight, has snag-proof corners and uses a special coating to make for a smoother glide between hair and the ceramic plates than existing Platform irons. The new Platform enters stores and salons this month and sells for $195, only about $10 more than existing Platforms.

Yarok, founded by hairstylist Mordechai Alvow, is launching a shampoo and conditioner to help volumize hair. Yarok Green With Envy Volume Shampoo aims to plump hair with chickweed, horsetail, slippery elm and comfrey root. The shampoo also uses natural surfactants rather than synthetic versions. The conditioner uses organic jojoba seed oil, macadamia nut oil and organic aloe vera to condition hair. The shampoo, which will sell for $22, and the conditioner, priced at $25, arrive in salons in September.Ted Gibson is always excited about style, especially his new style collection, It Series. Fix It, Tame It and Build It each contain a proprietary merlot complex to promote shine and body. Build It, a blow-drying agent selling for $28, aims to build body and volume. Tame It, a shine lotion priced at $31, is designed to tame flyaways and adds weightless shine. Fix It, a gel costing $28, is used prior to blow-drying for shine and light to medium hold. The It Series enters stores and salons this month including Saks Fifth Avenue and Sephora.

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