Haircare ProductsWe carry a variety of the industry's best in haircare! Below you'll find products to assist with hair color care, treatments, rituals, and more. Simply click on any of the following logos to be connected to the product website.
Since 1964, Kérastase has been creating new haircare services developed with the most advanced formulas. Dedicated to enhancing the natural beauty of the hair, Kérastase is based on 4 essential values: Performance, Expertise, Personalization and Beauty.
Aquage haircare and styling innovations bring you the best of sea and science – combining the highest quality, professional grade ingredients with today’s most advanced haircare technology. The healing benefits of our exclusive Algaeplex® sea botanicals in each Aquage product nurture, hydrate, strengthen and protect your hair…beautifully.
DS Laboratories has targeted skin and hair loss issues since 1996. Using a state-of-the-art liposome technology, DS Laboratories' products provide optimized results when used to treat a variety of concerns, including hair loss.
Moroccanoil is an ultra-light formula which is absorbed by the hair instantly, resulting in a natural, silky finish and brilliant shine. Moroccanoil has the ability to restore over-processed hair damaged by environmental factors and chemical procedures - it also revives, hydrates and detangles hair, wigs and hair extensions.
Pureology was created in Irvine, California in 2001. It was here that salon industry pioneer Jim Markham revolutionized colour care and launched the first 100% Vegan formulas and ZeroSulfate® shampoos for colour-treated hair. Jim identified a need among professional colourists and their clients for gentle, naturally-based products that deliver superior performance for Longer Lasting Hair Colour Guaranteed!® Today, Pureology is the #1 colour care brand in the USA and our high-performance products are an industry standard.
Beginning in 1960, Redken revolutionized the professional salon business by introducing the concept of protein reconditioning. Based on evidence that hair is composed primarily of proteins, and can absorb topically applied proteins, Redken developed new protein based products. Salons were suddenly able to condition hair internally and for the long-term rather than solely camouflage damage.