We all know that haircare can be a real pain in the neck, because you are up against the elements as well as your own lifestyle, both of which affects the way your hair looks, feels—and smells.
In other words, getting beautiful hair that smells great is no piece of cake.
How about trying new hair perfume.
In order to feel beautiful (in the conventional, culturally sanctioned ways) there are endless products to buy and body flaws to pick apart until you emerge from the cocoon as a properly coiffed Beautiful Person. As of now, hair perfume is the latest trend to add to your growing list of must-have products and media-prodded insecurities.
For the brave beauty veterans who regular Sephora without feeling compelled to hide from the meticulously contoured and fresh-smelling staff, hair perfume isn’t new — the sugary bottles intended to cover up your shameful hair scents have existed for years.
However, recent improvements in technology and the increasingly popular trend of hair perfume have rendered it a “must-have” item. There are now hair perfumes such as Sachajuan that also provide UV ray protection and double as a protective sheen for your locks.
It turns out hair perfume is better than the regular type of body perfume. There are endless scented hair creams used by master stylists backstage at New York Fashion Week, and as perfume scientists (possibly my favorite job title) have pointed out, hair perfume is better for scent distribution than regular perfume.
This is because regardless of how long or thick or luscious your hair is, effectively perfuming your locks will create a much stronger scent storm than dabbing it on your wrists, doing a Hail Mary, and hoping for the best.