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Veganism is rarely out of the press these days, with headlines and bold claims everywhere. At PMHQ we are big believers and fans of going vegan. We have brought you clothing brands as well as accessories that are all vegan. As well as makeup that is cruelty-free and vegan.

However, we have never looked at haircare. That is until today. Yes, there is some serious haircare that is completely vegan and cruelty-free.

Keep reading to find out about Vegan hair brands that actually work.

Aveda Cherry Almond Shampoo

Let us start at the top, and begin with Shampoo. This Aveda Cherry Almond product is Infused with a host of beneficial ingredients, including Cherry Blossom and Sweet Almond Oil, the lightweight shampoo effectively eliminates impurities, whilst delivering moisturising and reparative properties to leave hair feeling silky with restored shine.

You can expect smooth, salon-worthy tresses with added bounce and vitality, and it is colour-safe. This product is not only Vegan it is also Silicone, gluten AND cruelty-free.

Pureology Hydrate Colour Care Shampoo and Conditioner Duo

Pureology is a US brand, that has been certified vegan by PETA. This means you can trust its origins. This is a very highly rated colour boosting care system. The shampoo is derived from Coconut, Corn and Sugar, which combine to deliver a rich lather that helps to optimise colour retention.

The conditioner uses Jojoba Esters and Shea Butter, the brand says that they “work in synergy to envelop each fibre in a veil of hydration, whilst an ‘AntiFade Complex’ maximises colour retention”.

OUAI Hair Oil

Treat your hair to the nourishing and protective properties of OUAI Hair Oil, a multi-tasking solution that works to smoothen frizz and seal split ends; developed by celebrity hairstylist, Jen Atkin. Atkin has serious credentials, having worked on all of the Kardashians, both Hadid sisters, Lady GaGa and Chrissy Tegan (to name a few).

OUAI is her cruelty-free brand that is serious about maintaining and strengthening your hair. This oil is a miracle worker. Atkin says this oil is “Infused with a cocktail of African Galanga, Ama and Asian Borage oils, the formula softens and tames your hair, controlling frizz whilst imparting mirror-like shine.” This product sounds incredible.

*adds to basket*

Lime Crime Unicorn Hair Tint

When it comes to hair trends, anything goes. However, fun soft colours are de rigueur at the minute. The best cruelty-free option comes from Lime Crime.

Lime Crime’s ultra-conditioning Tint formula leaves a light wash of colour to add a kick of cool to your hair. It looks great and is 100% Vegan & Cruelty-Free.

Aveda Large Wood Paddle Brush

We are on to styling and finishing touches now. So many brushes either use natural fibres or plastics which are not vegan. This wood brush is natural and well reviewed. Great for longer hair, helping detangle knots and stimulating your scalp.

Its cushioned design reduces stress to your hair and scalp during blow-drying and styling and helps avoid unwanted breakage.

Paul Mitchell Freeze and Hold Hair Spray

This maximum hold hairspray includes firm-holding styling ingredients to hold your style firmly in place while leaving it with a gorgeous, shiny finish. Great for up-dos, this finishing spray is the perfect product for achieving beautiful hold all day long.

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Vegan hair brands that actually work

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