Achieve Gorgeous Hair With These Vegan Hair Brands

Jun. 8
You’re vegan and so inevitably you spend far too much time checking the ingredients of almost everything you buy. It’s tedious, right? Well, no fear ladies! When it comes to great quality hair care that is also kind to our furry, scaly and fuzzy friends, we’ve done the research for you. Read on to learn about the principles and products of these iconic styling brands. 
If living by vegan principles is a huge part of your identity and makes you feel proud, it should, that’s fantastic commitment you’re showing! Does some of your self-confidence come from knowing that you are rocking amazing hair? Us too! Hair care that cares for animals as well as our tresses is within reach. 
The Batiste brand, creator of one of the world’s No 1 selling dry shampoos, is 100% vegan and claims not to test on animals though it is not endorsed by PETA or the Leaping Bunny initiative. 
Personally? I think the invention of invisible formula dry shampoo was a work of pure genius. For sweaty gym goers, busy career women and stressed out school run Moms, a quick refreshing and body boosting spritz of oil soaking Batiste can be a lifesaver. 
The best seller is still the Dry Shampoo in the Classic scent. New funky fragrances, brunette and blonde options and a hair-type specific caring range have all been launched and loved in recent years. 
With 40 years of experience Batiste is a UK based brand you can trust to make your hair look fab, even after a few days of laziness! 
Redken are an innovative brand who have recently launched a deluxe vegan range of shampoos and conditioners called ‘Nature + Science’. 
These beautifully packaged, luxurious new formulations are 100% vegan, 99% naturally sourced, silicone free.  Happily, the packaging is also 100% recycled and recyclable. 
The ingredients are kind to animals but still have lots of Oomph! How do they do it?! By using proteins, adding effective but soothing ingredients and aiming for the same PH of human hair and skin. 
Nature + Science’s ‘All Soft’ range smells divine and contains birch sap, amino acids, sugars and enzymes. It will create touchable tresses full of moisture and shine. 
Redken was founded in 1960 by actress Paula Kent and Jheri Redding her hairdresser. They found that harsh treatments and products caused horrible allergic reactions. And so, forward-thinking Paula decided to invent gentle but impactful products 
Redken say that they always strive to avoid animal-testing, but they are not a company who have been certified as ‘Cruelty free’. 
it’s a 10
It’s a 10 have 20 years of hair care expertise. They produce products that are both 100% vegan cruelty free. The cute packaging proudly displays the Leaping Bunny Logo and are they PETA approved. 
The simplicity of the brand is awesome! The name refers to the 10 wonderful hair benefits that are contained in just one neat little bottle. Hurrah for less clutter and faff!
It’s a 10 promise that your hair will be transformed from the first use. If your hair is feeling a bit sad before a big night out, reach for this bottle and goddess like locks will be yours. 
Hair stylist and salon owner Carolyn Aronson set up it’s a 10 Haircare after becoming frustrated with the complicated ‘recipe’ of products needed to achieve salon quality results. 
‘Miracle Leave-in Product’ launched the brand and is still an award-winning, best-selling cult product for hairdressers, celebrities and millions of ordinary men and women. Annoying frizz disappears, shine is boosted and your expensive colour will be protected by UV filters. 
All these glee inducing benefits are produced by natural and nourishing ingredients such as Vitamin C, Linseed, Sunflower Seed and good old Aloe Vera. 
Miracle Leave-In Product, it's a 10 haircare, cherie
it's a 10 haircareMiracle Leave-In Product
Paul Mitchell
Paul Mitchell is celebrating 40 years of planet friendly trading this year. Founders John Paul Dejoria and Paul Mitchell were friends who decided to create a company based on ‘Peace, Love and Happiness’ that would revolutionize the hairdressing industry. 
Since 1980 they have been ‘Cruelty Free’ pioneers. Now each of their vibrant colors and most products are both vegan and super effective. 
Paul Mitchell products represent affordable luxury. There’s something about that simple black and white bottle that screams elegance and class and the promise of touchable silkiness and visible gloss is irresistible. 
So, what to try first?! Best-selling ‘Shampoo One’ is super gentle and moisturising while ‘Shampoo Two’ is oil reducing and volumizing. ‘The Conditioner’ is a leave in treatment that can remarkably transform the look of even the most awkward hair. 
Being a lover of animals doesn’t mean you have to compromise on style. Vegan haircare can be sophisticated, decadent and deliver ‘Wow!’ results. 
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