Luxury haircare brand Oribe is a cult favorite among beauty enthusiasts and professionals alike, thanks to its innovative, high-performance formulas. So when we got the opportunity to join the Oribe team backstage at New York Fashion Week, we knew we had to pick the stylists’ brains about how to recreate runway-ready looks at home.
Verishop’s Senior Beauty Buyer, Lindsey Peterson, got a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the Oribe team bringing their styling concepts to life for Maryam Nassir Zadeh’s SS20 show. She asked them what products they’d recommend for achieving high-fashion hair on your own.
“These products are straightforward, which makes it easy for non-hair stylists to use at home and recreate a more editorial look but for an everyday occasion,” Oribe Key Stylist Tamara McNaughton said.
Here are the five products the Oribe team recommends:
1. Gold Lust Repair & Restore Shampoo ($49)
Effortless-looking hair sometimes takes a bit of effort. Oribe International Educator Dan Nguyen says it all comes down to the condition and health of your hair. This nourishing shampoo will restore and replenish even the driest, dullest locks.
2.Supershine Moisturizing Cream ($52)
Nguyen suggests using this leave-in conditioner after showering to boost hydration. Unlike traditional leave-ins, Supershine is light enough to give your hair a bit of movement without weighing it down.
3. Feather Balm Ultra Light Cream ($42)
For no-fuss, casual hair, Oribe Global Educator Christian Ceja-Compin recommends this lightweight styling balm. It’s perfect for adding a little polish to an air-dried look.
4. Mystify Restyling Spray ($44)
This is Ceja-Compin’s top recommendation for the woman on the go who doesn’t have time to do her hair the next day. Apply a little bit of this spray, and it’ll reactivate and resurface your products from the previous day. It should be in everyone’s handbag.
5. Imperméable Anti-Humidity Spray ($42)
The perfect finishing touch for all hair types, this spray not only protects your hair from frizz but also adds a bit of hold. Plus, it’s been “Miami tested,” so you know it works.