LEAVE-IN CURL ENHANCING SPRAY
Over-styling can draw the moisture your curls, leaving them dry and frizzy. This leave-in treatment restores hydration for bouncy and shiny hair. It’s infused with seaweed extracts to detangle, condition and promote vitality.
Aqua, *Glycerin, *Parfum (Fragrance), *Urea, *Linum Usitatissimum (Linseed/Flax) Seed Extract, *Butylphenyl Methylpropional, *Triethyl Citrate, *Glyceryl Caprylate, *Sodium Chloride, *Sodium Levulinate, *Sodium Benzoate, *Hydrolyzed Quinoa, *Linalol, *Salvia Hispanica (Chia) Seed Extract, *Benzoic Acid, *Hibiscus Sabdariffa (Roselle Hibiscus) Flower Extract,*Limonene, *Geraniol, *Myristamine Oxide, *Tilia Cordata Flower Extract, *Polyquaternium-11, *Alpha-Amylcinnamaldehyde, *Hydrolyzed Moringa Oleifera Seed Extract, *Fucus Vesiculosus (Bladderwrack Seaweed) Extract, *Acacia Seyal Gum Extract, *Benzyl Alcohol, *Xylitol, *Caprylic Acid, *Citric Acid, Phenoxyethanol, *Caprylyl Glycol
*Origin Natural **Certified Organic
Coal Tar Free
Perms were all the rage in the 1980s, and inspired Algues & Fleurs, a styling product for giving bounce and definition to curls. In its Institut salons, Leonor needed to be able to offer a solution for hair damaged by this trend. Jean-Marie Greyl took inspiration from Bain Restructurant, released in 1981, and dreamt up this curl-toning lotion based on seaweed and flower extracts. Repackaged as a spray a few years later, Algues & Fleurs became a handy tool used by stylists on all naturally curly or wavy hair lacking in vitality.
Apply to damp hair after shampooing or to dry hair on a daily basis.
Apply to damp hair after shampooing or to dry hair to enhance your curls. Do not rinse.
Pro Tip: For curl definition and shine, use in combination with Sérum de Soie Sublimateur, a nourishing and protective styling serum.
Behind the success of the LEONOR GREYL brand, there are all the ingredients of success: the expertise of more than 40 years in hair care treatment using only natural products, the passion of healthy and glamorous hair and the most important: the love of her profession.