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Rusk Adds on to Deepshine Collection

December 10, 2013

Dry shampoo and a color treatment are out now.

Salon brand Rusk elivers even more innovative ways to keep your hair color looking fresh and vibrant with two new additions to the Deepshine Color Care collection – the Deepshine Color Care Invisible Dry Shampoo ($7-$19) and the Deepshine Lock-In Treatment ($6-$16). The breakthrough, at-home color-care system now features two new styling formulations designed to extend time between coloring by protecting against fadage, said the company. The products are both developed with ChromAveil, a patented, UV protection technology that helps preserve chemically-colored and natural hair color, as well as a Marine Nutrient Complex.

For more on hair care, check out the December Happi cover story. A styling article is to follow this Spring 2014.

More info: www.Rusk1.com
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