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These latest hair products will leave your tresses looking better than ever

Got a mane issue? Settle it with these new hair products that have just been released.

If your hair has seen better days, it’s probably time to change up your hair care routine. Perhaps invest in a new shampoo that’s sulphate-free, or get some new hair styling products that will make your curls look fabulous all day long.

If you don’t know where to begin looking, you can start by scrolling down to see what new haircare products have dropped recently.


This one’s for our ladies (and men) with long hair. With tresses that long, you wouldn’t want to weigh it down with heavy styling products. But Osis+ has you covered with its newest styling collection, the Long Hair Texture range. It’s designed to hold your styles effortlessly while providing natural movement, volume, and texture. Within the formula are micro-raw particles that adhere to the hair fibre. When using your fingers to create friction with your hair, these particles will become entangled to create a non-sticky hold and texture that can be reactivated anytime throughout the day. Hair that you can restyle throughout the day without putting more styling products? This is something we can get behind on. Our pick from the range is the Osis+ Texture Craft, a dry texturising spray to create volume and texture.

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Scalp care has always been underrated, so Shiseido Professional is taking it a step further with its new and improved Sublimic Adenovital range. Designed for women in their 30s and above who have begun to see changes in their hair and scalp, the range is formulated with Core Powerizing Technology to deliver active ingredients deep into the layers of the scalp. Your hair will grow stronger thanks to a healthy scalp. The star product in the range is the Scalp Power-Shot, a hair growth essence that works by producing a strong “hair growth signal” to prolong the growth phase of the hair.

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South Korean haircare brand Ryo has recently launched its Hamchosoo scalp care range, and one of the two is the Calamus Shining Shampoo and Conditioner. The range is inspired by the traditional practice of Korean women during Dano Day – also known as Dragon Boat Day in China – where they would wash their hands with a herbal concoction to add lustre to their hair. These herbs include the root of the “changpo” or the calamus. The Calamus Shining Shampoo and Conditioner are made up of natural ingredients with no silicone oil, animal ingredients, and synthetic colouring. With a fresh herbal scent, the Calamus range aims to purify and calm the scalp while giving hair a healthy shine. It’s perfect for damp, oily scalp types with rough and lacklustre hair.

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Fancy lathering a smoothie onto your tresses and wash it off knowing that it’s been nourished with similar nutrients? Take it from us — Briogeo’s Be Gentle, Be Kind Avocado + Kiwi Moisture Superfood Mask is going to feel exactly like that. Perfect for those with dry and parched hair, this hair mask is powered by green-smoothie-inspired phytonutrients such as avocado, kiwi, spinach, chia seeds, and cocoa seed butter. It’s going to restore your hair to its former crowning glory and smells extremely delicious too.

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Just like a great facial cleanser helps create a good base for your skin, a good shampoo and conditioner can work wonders for your hair. Percy & Reed has recently revamped its cleansing range with all-new shampoos and conditioners that not only look new but are also reformulated. We love the Turn Up the Volume Volumising Shampoo & Conditioner, which has volume-boosting ingredients including avocado oil, green tea extract and lemon balm. All shampoos and conditioners in Percy & Reed’s new range are sulphates, silicone, and gluten-free. The packaging is also done in recyclable bottles with no extra cartons.

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PohNee Chin
Editor, Kuala Lumpur
Poh Nee is the editor and writes about travel and drinks. When she's not living out her holiday dreams via Google Earth and sipping on an Old Fashioned down at the local bars, you can find her snug at home bingeing on Netflix and mystery fiction.