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Cuvée Beauty Joins Revolve

March 16, 2017

Champagne-infused hair care is now sold on shopping website.

Cuvée Beauty launched its styling products this week on Revolve.com.
 
Founder Rachel Katzman created a champagne-infused haircare line by getting her own hair sprayed with champagne on her 21st birthday in Vegas.
 
The line includes six high-performance, unisex hair-care essentials – from shampoo and conditioner to styling balm and champagne spray – that all contain the brand’s proprietary Cuvée Première Treatment, a unique blend of champagne, white truffle, and platinum ferment extracts combined with resveratrol, ceramides, plant proteins, and botanicals. 
 
Cuvée Beauty is more than modern luxury hair care with a decadent twist. It’s a collection of premium products that truly perform, leaving you with soft, beautiful hair that’s healthy from the inside out, giving you maximum glamour with minimal effort. Now that’s something we can all toast to!
 
Cuvée Beauty is now available at Revolve.com with prices ranging from $30-$45. For more on hair care, look here.
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