Let’s talk about the luxe-est, most French-est haircare in the world: Leonor Greyl. When I think cult haircare, this is the first name that comes to mind.
This 35+ year old Parisian brand was a true innovator - they married luxury with natural circa 1968, combining botanical science with the most amazing, upscale fragrances and formulas to create an experience that is so chic … I can’t even. But let me try -
You know the whole idea of the scent of shampoo, the totally organic ; ) shower experience, that whole jam? It’s like that - except your shower is taking place in Coco Chanel’s apartment.
The Shampooing Crème Moelle de Bambou Nourishing Shampoo for Long and Dry Hair, in addition to working flawlessly, smells so … money. And the Masque Fleurs de Jasmin Nourishing Treatment Mask is a luxurious giant jar complete with spatula that smells like the most expensive jasmine essence on the planet. So you’re sitting around with a conditioning mask on, but mentally you’re in the garden of Yves St. Laurent’s country estate type-thing.
If you don’t wear fragrance, think about this: what people are smelling when they hug you is your hair. So, I’m just saying: this is haute for the hairs. I totally cosign, and this pair would also make an amazing Mother’s Day gift.
Does this: The ne plus ultra of cult haircare
Is this: Leonor Greyl Nourishing Shampoo for Long and Dry Hair & Nourishing Treatment Mask
Get this: Above
Price: $35; $52
Image: Muse via, products c/o the brand