Root of the Matter
Love your locks with local products
So in between, why not treat your hair like you do the rest of your body?
Holly Dear and Kaycee Clark couldn?t agree more--which is why the duo behind Uptown?s Dear Clark salon has just begun selling nourishing, locally sourced hair-care products out of their store and online.
The five-item collection is made in Texas from primarily Lone Star State ingredients: Rose of Jericho, sunflower seed oil and aloe vera, among others.
We checked out the resurrecting wash and rinse, thickening balm, smoothing elixir and finishing salve ($22 to $24) and found the snazzy, apothecary-style packaging (think retro-inspired dark-brown plastic bottles) instantly appealing. But it was the luscious floral aroma that really drew us in. The lively, fresh scent toes the granola line without making you smell like a Phish groupie.
Finally, a hair-care product for the locavores among us.