Couture for hair? Balmain’s luxurious entry into beauty

Couture for hair? Balmain’s luxurious entry into beauty

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If you’ve ever wanted join the ranks of Balmain's Army, congrats, because now you can be one step closer to your dream…

What do Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Adriana Lima and Kendall Jenner have in common? Aside from legs for days, glowing skin and magazine cover-ready looks, each of these girls are part of Olivier Rousteing's self-described Balmain Army, a hand-picked selection of the creative director's favourite models. And while, admittedly, you have to be born with the outlandish beauty gene, it's somewhat refreshing to know you can now have hair as good as these women.

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Already a red-carpet staple and soon-to-be hanging in your wardrobe thanks to the upcoming H&M collab, the cult French label has just released an exciting new extension of their brand - luxury hair products. Named Balmain Paris Hair Couture, a selection of the range is now being stocked globally by Net-a-Porter

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With its sleek black and white packaging and signature logo, the range was designed by Balmain's Master Hair Designer Nabil Harlow. The Paris-native has been lucky enough to work on some of the best manes in the business - from Naomi Campbell through to Marisa Berenson and Jessica Stam. So naturally, he knows exactly which products a girl needs in her beauty cabinet. 

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Products in the 10-piece range include two types of shampoo and conditioner (for girls in need of moisture or volume respectively), plus a repair mask, leave-in-conditioning spray, dry shampoo, texturising sea salt spray, Argan moisturising elixir and a silk hair perfume.

Prices start at $40 and you can shop online at now.

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