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I know, I know, almost all of my posts are all about thick, coarse unmanageable hair.  Well, lucky for me I was blessed with those glorious distinctions and consequently are what I am most familiar with.  Today, however, I am going to show a little love to my skinny haired girls and let them know what I would be using if that were my case.  For starters, I would begin with Angel Wash and Rinse by Kevin Murphy.

Angel Wash and Rinse by Kevin Murphy

Angel Wash Key Features:

A delicate recovery shampoo for fine, fragile or broken hair that is coloured or damaged. Milk proteins control frizzy hair that may have suffered from long term medication, chemical straightening or bleaching. ANGEL.WASH gently cleanses while maximizing colour retention. ANGEL.WASH protects against free radicals, inhibits UVA oxidation essential for repair of dama ged hair

Sulphate free
Paraben free
Volumising
For fine, fragile, coloured hair
Thickens hair
Colour safe
Reduces breakage
Antioxidant rich
pH 6.3 – 7.0

Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Peel Oil – Helps to relieve stress and is uplifting, while the astringent is a great cleanser for oily scalps and hair
Sulfate-Free Surfactants – Gently cleanses while maximizing colour retention
Hydrolysed Oat Protein – For fullness and body
Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Extract – Protects against free radicals, inhibits UVA oxidation, and repairs damage from oxidation
Lavendula Angustifolia (Lavender) Extract – Promotes healthy growth, balances sebum production, and stimulates regeneration
Camellhyia Sinensis Leaf Extract (Green Tea) – Strengthening antioxidant that helps prevent breakage
Hydrolysed Wheat Protein – A highly refined, natural protein derived from whole wheat. Wheat protein improves body and shine while imparting a conditioned feel to the hair.
Citrus Tangerina (Tangerine) Peel Oil – Helps lock down cuticle for natural shine. Antioxidant vitamins A and C protect against stress.
Pelargonium Gravelons (Geranium) Flower Oil – Helps lock down cuticle for natural shine. Antioxidant vitamins A and C protect against stress.  Gives hair natural shine and manageability
Rose Canina Fruit Extract – Rich in vitamin C and calms scalp inflammation
Superoxide Dismutase – Protein enzyme that decomposes oxygen to prevent oxidation of colour

Angel Rinse Key Features:

Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter – Soothes and protects
Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Extract –  Promotes hair growth and is cellular regenerative. It also provides beneficial treatment for oily skin and hair
Pelargonium Gravelons (Geranium) Flower Oil – Gives hair natural shine and manageability
Theobroma (Cocoa) Butter –  Gently soothes the scalp and increases elasticity to dry hair and scalp
Mangifera (Mango) Butter – Increases elasticity to dry hair and scalp and helps to protect against sun damage
Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Peel Oil – Helps to relieve stress and is uplifting, while the astringent is a great cleanser for oily scalps and hair
Citrus Tangerina (Tangerine) Peel Oil – Helps lock down cuticle for natural shine. Antioxidant vitamins A and C protect against stress
Olive Oil Esters – Repairs the hair at a cellular level

Usually for fine and/or thin hair, options are limited.  Most are volumizing, which is good, but volumizing can mean drying to achieve said volume.  It’s rare to find a shampoo and conditioner duo that actually gives this hair type exactly what it needs.  The best of both worlds; shine and manageability without the weight that usually comes with it.

Angel Wash and Rinse are my go-to’s at the shampoo bowl for fine or thin hair.  This option has so much to offer in terms of hair nutrition.  From moisture and shine to antioxidants and protection, this little light-weight 1-2 punch does it all.

To keep blondes bright, try Blonde Angel Wash and Rinse by Kevin Murphy.

One Response to “Day 128: Kevin Murphy Angel Wash and Rinse”

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