The Art of Hair at Indigo Child

The Art of Hair at Indigo Child

Written by Sarah King Lynch

When I decided to open Indigo Child over six years ago, I had already started a romance with Shu Uemura at my previous salon. It was like no other line I had used in all of my hairdressing experience. It was unique in the sense that they source all their ingredients from Japan and craft everything in a small batch. I loved the minimalistic design element of the packaging from first sight and then the quality and care of the product lived up to my expectations.

This line is small but mighty and will always have a number one spot in my heart! We only carried Shu Uemura for the 1st year so that our guests would be forced to experience the calibre of this amazing line. Yes, forced is a harsh word, but when you love and believe in something so much you want to share the love with everyone!

The first product I ever tried from Shu Uemura was the Color Lustre Shampoo. I remember the smell and the texture of the product and it was different, something elevated that I had never experienced before. This continues to be one of my favorite products along with the mask. I recently colored my hair an auburn hue and this helps keep my color from fading up to 6 weeks post appointment.

I’m a one and done type girl with my leave in products, so I can’t love Sheiki worker enough. This is a light air dry or blow-dry serum that hydrates, cuts out frizz and also has a heat protectant. For fine hair girls, this is all you need!

Cotton Uzu is my surprise product that I can’t get enough of. This is a light grooming creme that can literally be used for anything. I use it to re hydrate my ends on second day hair and to slick down my part if I’m wearing my hair back with out it being greasy.

I’m excited for you to experience this amazing brand, there is something for everybody.


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