New Beauty Products For Redheads Boost Ginger and Red Hair Colours

Ginger Parrot (http://www.gingerparrot.co.uk), a lifestyle website providing redhead-centric news and features, is to launch and sell two new beauty products that will revolutionise colour-enhancing haircare for those with the ginger tinge, both natural and dyed.

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London, London (PRWEB UK) 20 January 2014

Ginger Parrot (http://www.gingerparrot.co.uk), a lifestyle website providing redhead-centric news and features, is to launch and sell two new beauty products that will revolutionise colour-enhancing haircare for those with the ginger tinge, both natural and dyed.

In collaboration with haircare brand Simply Redheads, the new Henna and Horsechestnut Shampoos and Conditioners are the only ones of their kind currently on the market, using all-natural ingredients to enhance and protect all red hair shades.

From deep auburn to burning copper, strawberry blonde to firetruck red, all ginger shades can benefit from the products’ formulation, which contains none of the harmful chemical substances that appear in most shampoos and conditioners.

Totally parabens and SLS-free, the products' key ingredient is henna, a vital component in natural red hair colour boosting. Not containing too much henna to permanently dye hair strands, the shampoo and conditioner boasts the perfect level of henna to boost colour.

Additional environmentally friendly ingredients such as caramel and silk provide further advantages: increased gloss and multi-tonal shine, as well as ensuring a healthy scalp.

Emma Kelly, Founder of Ginger Parrot, said: "We're so excited to launch the Henna and Horsechestnut line in collaboration with Simply Redheads.

"Personally, I’ve spent years scouring the high street and internet for colour-boosting products for redheads containing natural henna, and they’re few and far between.

“Despite the increasing popularity of ginger hair thanks to fiery-haired celebrities such as Jessica Chastain, Karen Gillan, Christina Hendricks and Julianne Moore, redheads are still overlooked in the hair industry. You can easily find products specifically designed for blondes and brunettes, but what about us gingers?

“So, we decided to collaborate with Simply Redheads to launch the Henna and Horsechestnut Shampoo and Conditioner, to give natural and unnatural gingers what they've been asking for.

“Gingerness is not just about our hair; it’s our identity."

For more information on the Henna and Horsechestnut Shampoo and Conditioner, contact Emma on 07837944582, email emma(at)gingerparrot(dot)co.uk and visit http://www.gingerparrot.co.uk. High-res images available upon request.


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