Maybe you’re living that plant-based lifestyle for environmental reasons, maybe you’re big on animal rights, or maybe it’s just a non-public choice. Whatever your reasons, we respect them, and we’re here to help you discover the vegan hair products you would like. For shampoos, conditioners, treatments and styling products made without animal products, you’re in the right place.
VEGAN HAIR CARE BRANDS WE LOVE?
Sometimes it’s best to only keep it simple, right? If you’re not fascinated by checking over what’s what to hunt out the vegan products in an exceedingly brand, these are for you. Every item from these brands is vegan.
Eleven Australia: PETA-approved cruelty-free, paraben-free, RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil) certified and offers a range of Australian gluten-free vegan Products options.
Fanola: If you’re trying to hunt out a highly rated yet inexpensive purple shampoo brand (that remains vegan and cruelty-free, of course) then Fanola is the right choice.
K18: Vegan, Cruelty-Free, Color-Safe, and Dermatologically Tested. We’re on a crusade, to liberate haircare.
Mr Smith: For Australian-made hair care with style and substance (this one is just 95% vegan but we hope you don’t mind us including it).
Muk: Muk is an Australian brand providing vegan/cruelty-free products and every product has the PETA stamp of approval.
Paul Mitchell: Each product is cruelty-free, vegan and formulated with organic botanicals and innocent of parabens, sulfates, phthalates, DEA and mineral oils.
Pureology: Pureology’s shampoo, conditioners, treatments and styling range are 100% vegan, ZeroSulfate and hold no nasties.
WHICH VEGAN PRODUCTS ARE BEST FOR DAMAGED HAIR?
One name springs to mind here and that is Olaplex, that No. 3 treatment has your name written all over it. You also have the ELEVEN Miracle Hair Treatment or the Pureology Hydrate Sheer Shampoo. Have a browse and see what you’d prefer for your hair.
WHAT VEGAN HAIR CARE PRODUCTS SHOULD I LOOK OUT FOR?
Great question. Mr Smith Blonde is additionally a winner if you’re looking to tone any brassiness out of your hair, and despite the name, it suits brunettes moreover since its pigments are blue-violet. It’s a winner. The K18 leave-in molecular repair mask is sort of amazing, too.