As a matter of fact, I know it’s super easy to get excited about the more fun sides of beauty and wellness like lipstick and eyeshadow. On the contrary, when was the last time you got excited about a shampoo? Well, let me tell you… The excitement around the latest Drunk Elephant announcement has been bananas. (I know elephants probably don’t eat bananas, but “the excitement has been peanuts” doesn’t have the same vibe.) To be sure, the new Drunk Elephant Hair Care line has the beauty world abuzz.
Created in partnership with celebrity hair stylist Chris McMillan, the new Drunk Elephant Hair Care line is the brands first venture outside of skincare. It includes four products – a shampoo, a conditioner, a scalp scrub, and a tangle spray. The products range from $25-$36 and will launch on April 3. All products will be available at Sephora, Space NK, Cult Beauty, Mecca, and Drunk Elephant’s website. With this in mind, I will update this post as soon as the products launch. (All products are now available to shop!)
First, let’s talk about the basics. In general all Drunk Elephant products are “suspicious six” free, and the new hair care products are no exception. Inspired by the OG skincare products, the new hair care line is just as bold and fun as you’d expect. Additionally even the packaging is on brand! For example, the Wild Marula Tangle Spray is inspired by the Marula Oil and the T.L.C. Happi Scalp is inspired by the T.L.C. Framboos serum.
Obviously the two products I’m most excited for are the Scalp Scrub ($36) and the Tangle Spray ($25). Since so many of us are dry shampoo addicts, a great scalp scrub is always a good idea. In fact, according to Sephora’s website, the tangle spray is supercharged AHA/BHA acid blend dissolves dead skin cells and styling product buildup while biodegradable, gentle exfoliating beads sweep them away. Furthermore, a tangle spray can help prevent breakage and make brushing your hair a nicer experience. With that in mind, Sephora’s website says the tangle spray is a weightless leave-in mist that detangles, smooths, and provides heat protection while restoring natural movement, manageability, and shine. Additionally, who doesn’t love an awesome multi use product?
Although I’m also excited about the shampoo ($25) and conditioner ($25), each bottle is only 8 oz. Since I have super long hair, I go through a lot of shampoo. How long will one 8oz bottle last? We will find out! Similarly, the shampoo is a sulfate-free, color-safe nourishing shampoo that removes product buildup without damaging the hair shaft for smooth, shiny hair. Likewise, the conditioner is a concentrated, nourishing blend of non-fragrant plant oils and butters soften, smooth, and detangle all hair types.
What do you think? Are any of the new Drunk Elephant Hair Care products on your list? Let me know in the comments below!
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