New Zealand trichology-based haircare experts Holistic Hair are on a mission to treat and restore the health of scalps of Kiwi women. Oiliness and sensitivity are the two most common issues, with symptoms including dandruff, dryness, and pain. They have created a range of shampoo and conditioner formulated with lavender, apple cider vinegar and evening primrose oil to calm irritated scalps, restore pH balance gently and restore strength and elasticity to locks.
Holistic Hair Sensitive Shampoo and Conditioner, $29.99 each.
Just in time for spring, Aesop has released a brand new scent to join its unisex Othertopias range. Perhaps the lightest of the four, Eidesis is a rich, woody fragrance balanced with floral notes, which makes it very wearable, yet as complex and unique as the others.
Aesop Eidesis Eau de Parfum, $265.
Lovely in linen
Linen lovers hej hej have joined forces with local accessories brand S O P H I E to create the cute collab we all need in our lives – a limited edition, 100 percent linen headband and scrunchie. They’re crafted in the Liberty-inspired floral print seen in hej hej’s latest collection Let’s Go Outside and are available to buy from each brand’s own website.
hej hej x S O P H I E scrunchie, $42.
Light and luminous
This foundation has become a cult sensation around the world, and for good reason. Its oil-free, super-lightweight formulation applies flawlessly and creates a sheer to medium finish that gives the perfect balance of matte and radiant. It somehow looks just as good, if not better, hours after you’ve applied it.
Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation, $109.