The Windle & Moodie Haircare Line - Rebecca Barnes
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The Windle & Moodie Haircare Line

The Windle & Moodie Haircare Line

With a pedigree that includes over 30 years experience in the industry, many A-list celebrity and model clients and a well established salon in the heart of London’s Covent Garden, its high time that acclaimed hairdressing duo, Paul Windle and Neil Moodie, launched a haircare range.

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Five years in the making, I got a sneak preview the other day, and reckon it’s been well worth the wait. Made in the UK and featuring the antioxidant power of food-grade teas, the idea is that our skin has long been benefiting from such ingredients, but not our hair.

This eco-friendly range, which contains no propylene glycol or parabens, is set to change that; think ‘skincare for the hair.’ Below, is the Windle & Moodie salon’s ‘Wall of Fame’ – so cool!

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The range includes three treatment shampoos (from £16.50) – Nourishing, Fortifying and Healthy Head – which repair, protect and strengthen the hair in addition to cleansing. They are free of sulphates, propylene glycol, silicones and parabens.

There is also the gentle Everyday Shampoo (£14.50), Nourishing and Fortifying Conditioners (£18 each), Essential Oils Elixir (£26) – a pre-shampoo treatment which sounds intriguing and is on my list to try as soon as possible, and Intense Treatment Masque (£29).

The final product in this range is the Invisible Day & Night Cream (£18.50) which is applied while you sleep to prevent damage – did you know that more damage is done to hair in the process of sleeping, when hairs rub against each other and create friction? No, neither did I!

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To complement these products, there is a range of 13 styling products to fit all needs and all hair requirements.

On my list to try is Oceanic Spray (£20) which gives hair that covetable, textured beachy look, Shine & Smoothing Oil (£21), which contains a blow-drying agent to tame flyaways, a UV filter and can be used on wet or dry hair, and Matte Texture Spray (£20), an invisible spray to create instant texture, volume and body, a bit like a dry shampoo but without the residue, apparently.

Windle & Moodie Haircare launches on 1st August online at www.windleandmoodie.com and will be available from Liberty on 1st September 2014.

*PR samples

 

Rebecca Barnes
rebeccabjourno@gmail.com
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