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BEAUTY best tressed Coming The latest beauty breakthrough from Sisley-Paris gets to the root of great hair. By Phebe Wahl CLEAN Clockwise from top left: A Revitalizing Fortifying serum encourages microcirculation in the scalp and adds volume to the hair; the new collection boosts hair beauty through scalp health; volumizing shampoo and Precious Hair Care oil improve hair vitality. It’s never too late to teach a beauty editor new tricks. After an undisclosed number of years washing my hair, I thought I had my routine down. Suds the crown, condition the ends and nish with a cold rinse. Recently, however, I learned my routine was not so clean. “ e body collects most of the toxins here behind the ears and near the lymph nodes,” explained celebrity hair expert Yves Durif as he demonstrated the areas behind my ears and at the base of my scalp to concentrate on most when washing. “It is all about massage and stimulating the scalp,” he says, demonstrating the signature shampoo technique he developed in partnership with Sisley-Paris (sisley-paris. com) to launch Hair Rituel by Sisley-Paris. Applying the same scienti c knowledge of skincare to the scalp, the botanically based beauty brand expands to o er six haircare treatment products formulated with a powerful concentration of botanical extracts and essential oils, minerals, vitamins and proteins. e products ght the factors that age hair over time— stress, fatigue, pollution and genetic energy—and energize scalp health by generating microcirculation and restructuring hair fiber. A revitalizing-fortifying complex (zinc, copper, magnesium, vitamin B6, pro-vitamin B5 and vitamin E derivative) in combination with arginine (an amino acid that makes up proteins, particularly keratin) promote hair vitality. Rice proteins and a vitamin peptide (made of amino acids and vitamin H, which is known to treat hair loss) densify hair ber. Linseed extract and einkorn wheat extract protect the hair’s natural color. Alpha-bisabolol (an active component of chamomile) soothes the scalp. “This truly is a scalp and hair treatment,” says Durif of the products, which emphasize scalp health as the root of hair health. The sulfate-free collection combines nourishing oils (shea, macadamia, camellia and hazelnut oils; moringa; passion fruit; and cottonseed). Both a volumizing and smoothing shampoo ($75 each) o er options for all hair types, while a universal conditioner ($75) smoothes and fortifies the cuticle with cotton proteins. A hair mask ($95), oil ($100) and scalp-stimulating serum ($190) round out the treatment o erings. is is the year of upping your haircare regime. Prestige beauty brands are now applying the science of skincare advancements to the crown. A slew of newly launched serums, sleep masks and styling oils target turning back the clock on—not the face—but the hair. “This truly is a scalp and hair treatment.” –YVES DURIF PHOTOS COURTESY OF SISLEY-PARIS 75 ANGELENO MARCH 2018 | MODERNLUXURY.COM

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Phebe Wahl

<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> Coming CLEAN<br /> The latest beauty breakthrough from Sisley-Paris gets to the root of great hair.<br /> <br /> It’s never too late to teach a beauty editor new tricks. After an undisclosed number of years washing my hair, I thought I had my routine down. Suds the crown, condition the ends and finish with a cold rinse. Recently, however, I learned my routine was not so clean.<br /> <br /> “The body collects most of the toxins here behind the ears and near the lymph nodes,” explained celebrity hair expert Yves Durif as he demonstrated the areas behind my ears and at the base of my scalp to concentrate on most when washing. “It is all about massage and stimulating the scalp,” he says, demonstrating the signature shampoo technique he developed in partnership with Sisley-Paris (sisley-paris.com) to launch Hair Rituel by Sisley-Paris.<br /> <br /> Applying the same scientific knowledge of skincare to the scalp, the botanically based beauty brand expands to offer six haircare treatment products formulated with a powerful concentration of botanical extracts and essential oils, minerals, vitamins and proteins. The products fight the factors that age hair over time— stress, fatigue, pollution and genetic energy—and energize scalp health by generating microcirculation and restructuring hair fiber. A revitalizing-fortifying complex (zinc, copper, magnesium, vitamin B6, pro-vitamin B5 and vitamin E derivative) in combination with arginine (an amino acid that makes up proteins, particularly keratin) promote hair vitality. Rice proteins and a vitamin peptide (made of amino acids and vitamin H, which is known to treat hair loss) densify hair fiber. Linseed extract and einkorn wheat extract protect the hair’s natural color. Alpha-bisabolol (an active component of chamomile) soothes the scalp.<br /> <br /> <br /> “This truly is a scalp and hair treatment.” –YVES DURIF<br /> <br /> <br /> “This truly is a scalp and hair treatment,” says Durif of the products, which emphasize scalp health as the root of hair health. The sulfate-free collection combines nourishing oils (shea, macadamia, camellia and hazelnut oils; moringa; passion fruit; and cottonseed). Both a volumizing and smoothing shampoo ($75 each) offer options for all hair types, while a universal conditioner ($75) smoothes and fortifies the cuticle with cotton proteins. A hair mask ($95), oil ($100) and scalp-stimulating serum ($190) round out the treatment offerings.<br /> <br /> This is the year of upping your haircare regime. Prestige beauty brands are now applying the science of skincare advancements to the crown. A slew of newly launched serums, sleep masks and styling oils target turning back the clock on—not the face—but the hair.<br /> <br /> <br />

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