Ken Paves Launches Self-Help Haircare Line

Celebrity stylist Ken Paves is launching a new collection of professional haircare products in June for damaged hair called Self-Help: Care of Ken Paves. Free of harmful synthetics and harsh ingredients, the line utilizes active raw botanicals to restore color-treated hair to its healthiest state, while a color-preserving system retains its vibrancy. The formulas’ anti-aging coenzyme Q-10 clusters also enhance the hair’s elasticity, strength and softness.

All of the products are formulated to promote healthy-looking hair, but according to Paves, dealing with damaged hair shouldn’t be a bore. Their fun names are sure to brighten up your day. The Sulfate-Free has Integrity Hydrophobicity-Enhancing Shampoo and The Fountain of Youth is Love Conditioner, for example, gently cleanse and nourish color-treated hair. Get Deep, a nourishing balm, restores hair’s elasticity, while The Power of Now—In Color, a color-boosting finishing product, enriches color. A Shining Soul, a volumizing glosser, will give hair a smooth, weightless finish. And unlike most styling products, Stop Putting Up Walls styling mist and Healthy Boundaries hairspray not only have excellent holding properties, they also strengthen the hair.

 

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