No longer just a luxury, hair perfume and hair fragrances are now big business in the beauty world. And now, an increasing amount of popular hair fragrances are branching out into the hair care market, with everything from hair mists to dry shampoo formulas infused with perfume.
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We’ve rounded up a few of our favourite hair care-fragrance hybrids so you can layer that signature scent on a whole other level.
Yves Saint Laurent Black Opium Hair Mist
If you’re a female living on planet Earth, it’s likely you’ve at least caught a waft of
Yves Saint Laurent Black Opium over the years. And now this glamourous, intoxicating scent is available as a hair mist, with the inclusion of argan oil to soften your strands! Spritz it through your locks on the daily. Tom Ford Black Orchid Hair Mist
This moody, sensual fragrance can now be your hair’s ticket to UVA/UVB protection, to stop your strands from experiencing the damaging effects of the sun. It also contains nourishing extracts to keep your hair looking smooth. Sold!
Tom Ford Black Orchid Hair Mist, $117, fragrancesandcosmetics.com.au Elizabeth and James Nirvana White and Nirvana Black Dry Shampoo
The Olsen twins’ fashion label Elizabeth and James entered the fragrance world a few years back to great fanfare. Now their two biggest scents, Nirvana White and Nirvana Black, are available in dry shampoo format and they’re honestly the best-smelling dry shampoos
ever! Plus, they actually really work to give your hair volume and texture – even on your greasiest hair day!
Elizabeth and James Nirvana White and Nirvana Black Dry Shampoo, $52 each, selected Sephora stores
BYREDO Hair Perfume Gypsy Water
The scent on every cool girl’s pulse points now comes as a hair perfume! The weightless formula means that your hair will get a decent dose of fragrance, without all that heavy, sticky business that happened when hair perfume first emerged. It’s super long-lasting too!
BYREDO Hair Perfume Gypsy Water, $83, mecca.com.au
Have you tried fragrance-inspired hair products?