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Bain de Terre Launches New Stylers

Erin Edwards | July 11, 2011 | 12:25 AM

Bain de Terre is proud to announce its new line of versatile stylers, launching in July! The new collection includes five styling products for everything from detangling to heat protection.

 Bain de Terre Launches New Stylers

Bamboo Ultra Hold Styling Gel
This styling gel provides 24-hour style control, humidity resistance and control in the most extreme weather conditions.
It provides maximum hold without weighing hair down.
The non-flaking formula provides 85 percent more curl retention while increasing body and shine. And to top it off, it's infused with the fresh green meadow scent.

 Bain de Terre Launches New Stylers
Day Lily Bodifier
Bain de Terre is turning up the volume once again with this blow-out bodifier, a weightless volume booster that enhances fullness by more than 21 percent.
Designed to revitalize flat, limp or lifeless hair, this product contains antioxidant rich Day Lily extract and a moisturizing blend to help reduce flaking and keep hair feeling healthy.
It also features a thermal protectant to shield hair from heat product damage.


 Bain de Terre Launches New Stylers
Green Meadow Detangler
Hair is knotty by nature, which can sometimes make post-shower brushing a battle. But with this new lightweight detangling spray, you've won! Green Meadow Detangler is the stylist-recommended remedy that soothes the hair's surface to enhance slip and brushing ease. Suitable for all hair types, this product is enriched with vitamin E, antioxidants and a rich blend of corn, soy and wheat to add manageability, decrease brittleness and improve hair's glossiness.
Additional chamomile and aloe extracts moisturize and leave hair healthy and hydrated.
 Bain de Terre Launches New Stylers
Jasmine Blow Dry Creme
Bain de Terre's Jasmine Blow Dry Creme aims to strengthen and protect hair while reducing heat-caused breakage by over 78 percent. This product is a heat-activated blow dry protector that provides intense and balanced moisturization while making hair more damage-resistant.
The formula contains a rich blend of emollients and humectants that enchance lasting smoothness and reduce frizz.
It works for dry or already damaged hair, and delivers protection and extreme conditioning for all hair types.

 Bain de Terre Launches New Stylers

Magnolia Thermal Iron Protector
The Magnolia Thermal Iron Protector is a 24-hour humidity blocking spray that shields hair from harmful heat damage up to 450°. This product is ideal for use with thermal appliances like flat irons, curling irons and hot rollers. This quick drying, aerosol formula conditions, protects and reduces frizz and fly-aways. A combination of silicones and amino acids, including moisture-rich Marula oil, provide conditioning benefits while imparting shine and softness to hair.

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