The Davines Group is as old as I am, starting in 1983 with the Bollati Family and their mission to provide high quality skin and hair care products for stylists and salons worldwide. From there, Davines become highly focused on hair products and [comfort zone] developed to continue their work in lines of skin care. Today, their products are sold in over 60 countries. The ingredients and elements in Davines hair care are both luxurious and sustainable. Davines is committed to balancing nature and science. The result is a wide range of specialized hair care systems and collections made from the finest natural extracts and essences.
The Love Smoothing and Softening Shampoo
Targeting frizzy and dry hair, Davines Love Smoothing shampoo moisturizes to tame unruly hair. It smooths and shines hair that has been dried from styling, products and aging from dehydration. The natural ingredients replenish hair and scalp, with prickly pear adding hydration, olive oil working as an emollient and the healing properties of Indian Fig extract. The nutritious quality of this formulation, and use of the paired conditioner, provides damaged hair the Vitamin E it needs.
I have very particular hair - it's thin, but there's a lot of it, and it's neither curly nor straight. My hair was craving a shampoo like Davines Love Smoothing. My hair felt better while I used the product and it was much more manageable when I styled it. The frizz was greatly reduced and my straightened hair was much more smooth.
I also really liked the texture and scent of the Love Smoothing shampoo too. It smelled really fresh and not heavy with this natural ingredients which could have been overly strong but definitely weren't. The creaminess was nice but I also felt like the shampoo was penetrating my hair and I suppose my scalp too. Both my scalp and my hair felt great while I used the shampoo.
Davines and Fashion
Recently Billy Reid (GQ's Best New Designer in America, Vogue Fashion Fund Award winner and awardee form the Council of Fashion Designers of America), worked closely with Davine stylists and products from another Davines line. The soft sexy looks below were made with Davines For Wizards No. 14 Seas Salt Primer and Defining Texturizer.
Using Davines Defining Creative Moulding Foam, Davines stylists created these looks for a show held this Fashion Week. The look below has some texture without being overly wavy or curled. The final look is relaxed but polished. For more information for these styles, Davines products and more visit www.davines.com.
I received a sample of Davine's Love Smoothing Shampoo for the purpose of review. The opinions expressed above are my own and are not influenced in any way, by any company, entity or individual.