Would You Ever Wear a Hair Fragrance? Here's Why You Should
Hair fragrance might be the most luxurious product out there. You don’t need it—and it certainly doesn’t do anything productive—but it sure does smell good! Famed perfume Frederic Malle has said that hair makes a wonderful scent diffuser and if you’re not so into eau de parfum, it’s a less potent way to wear fragrance. Whether you worship at the altar of Malle, or call yourself a Belieber, you’ll find one to love, above.
After enough people raved about the smell of his beloved styling products, stylist Oribe Canales whipped up a handy little can of scent. It smells fresh, and slightly floral, plus it cuts static and neutralizes scent!
This sweet scent blends rose water with coconut milk and caramel, plus it has jojoba oil to strengthen hair.
Malle created this lighter version of his cult classic scent (inspired by California’s gardenias and tuberose) with summer in mind.
Garren’s fragrance—which also acts as a shine spray—comes in four scents: Golden Woods, Citrus Shimmer, Sheer Fig, and Cattleya Orchid.
Careful, this fragrance has pearls of oil inside to help nourish the hair and add shine, so a little bit goes a long way.
A lighter version of the classic Viktor & Rolf scent featuring jasmine, patchouli, freesia, and rose.
No word on whether or not Bieber uses this fruity, vanilla-scented mist himself, but we wouldn’t doubt it!