Colorist Kim Vo reached back to his roots — his Vietnamese roots, not his blonde ones — to develop his new namesake hair care line.
Vo, who immigrated to the U.S. in 1976, was inspired by his mother's tales of his grandmother steeping her hair in beans collected in Vietnamese fields. The bean, named Boket, has a high sugar content and D-pinitol, a naturally occurring compound that's used in supplements.
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