My saving grace came in the form of a conditioner packed with your coffee shop's trendiest alt creamer.
After one week of using Klorane’s ultra-gentle conditioner with oat milk, multiple colleagues asked if I had just gone to the salon.
. If French skincare is so good for dry skin, I figured some oat-infused French hair care might be just the thing for a parched scalp and brittle strands.At first glance, the Klorane conditioner seems like a pretty basic, kid-safe (the packaging prominently states that it’s safe for ages 3 and up) product, but it works better on color-treated hair than most bougie salon products I’ve tried. Better yet, it smells nothing like your morning latte—it has a delicate floral scent that leaves your hair smelling
très magnifique. And during my first Zoom meeting after using it for a week, I got not one, but two compliments from my coworkers asking if I’d gotten my hair cut or colored, despite not seeing the inside of a salon for months. And while my long-lasting color is definitely a testament to the skills of the staff at
Kinloch Salonin Brooklyn, my hair is brighter, healthier and shinier than it’s been all pandemic. Which has me wondering: is the carton of Oatly in my fridge a secret beauty weapon? If the local pharmacy ever runs out of my new favorite Read more: W magazine »
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