PERSONALIZE

Try our Personalize Wizard!

Answer these ten short questions to help us define your hair care needs. You will receive a hair care prescription made just for you.

You’ll be surprised how well we know your hair.


 

Not sure which Serum Infusion is right for you hair?

DAVID GLOVER

 

"Think of your haircare as skincare. How do you layer your skincare products to suit your combination skin type? Just apply the same principles.”

 

Here are David’s suggestions to analyzing your hair:

 

When deciding which infusions to use, I take three things into consideration.

  1. The condition of your roots.

  2. The condition of your ends.

  3. The overall effect you want to achieve.

I choose the infusions depending on the answers to those three questions and then create a personalized routine. Remember, not everyday is the same and you will probably get different answers on different days.

 

1. The condition of your roots.

This means the first 5-10 cm (2-4”) of your hair as it grows from your scalp. Is it flat, curly, frizzy, smooth or...? Depending on the answer, use this Infusion blended into the Essential Cleanse shampoo:

Flat, limp, fine, lifeless, dull, weak: use Volume Infusion.

Dry, dehydrated, wavy, colored or bleached: use Hydrating Infusion.

Curly, frizzy, damaged, untamed: use Smoothing Infusion.

 

2. The condition of your ends.

This means the hair halfway down the length of your hair to the very tips. Are they dry, tangled, frizzy, damaged, limp or...? Depending on the answer, use this Infusion blended into the Prime Condition rinse:

Flat, limp, fine, lifeless, dull, weak: use Volume Infusion.

Dry, dehydrated, wavy, colored or bleached: use Hydrating Infusion.

Curly, frizzy, damaged, untamed: use Smoothing Infusion.

 

3. The overall effect you want to achieve.

This means, how do you want your hair to look when it is styled and finished. Shiny, frizz-free, flexible, strong and thick? Depending on the answer, use 1 or 2 infusions as a leave-in serum before blowdrying. You can even choose one infusion to apply to the roots and another on the ends.

Thick, voluminous, strong, lifted: use Volume Infusion.

Wavy, bouncy, full, flexible, textured: use Hydrating Infusion.

Smooth, frizz-free, controlled, softened: use Smoothing Infusion.