You Can Now Wash Your Hair With Champagne Thanks To New Hair-Care Line

Beauty company Cuvée Beauty has launched a range of champagne-infused hair products. Maybe washing your hair isn't so boring, after all?

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Over the years, I've pretty much covered my hair in every food, oil and liquid from the pantry to the fridge to transform my locks into those of a Victoria Secret's model.

Summer holidays as a teenager were filled with days lounging by the pool, hair doused in lemon juice to create 'natural' highlights (that, combined with suncream in the eye is not a good look, FYI).

I've spent a terrible evening in my pyjamas stinking of beer after a shower session that involved chucking a can of Guiness over my head to make my mane irresistibly shiny.

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Oh, and don't even get me started on the coconut oil. One word – greasy.

After all of these beauty mishaps, I'd vowed to end experimenting with hair maintenance and stick with a good old pairing of shampoo and conditioner from Sainsbury's.

But, when I recently saw Cuvée Beauty founder Rachel Katzman launched a hair-care line containing champagne, suffice to say it piqued my interest.

After having a bottle of bubbly sprayed over her hair at a 21st birthday party, the beauty mogul went home and was shocked to find her hair actually looked better following her, ahem, champagne shower.

Fortunately for the entrepreneur, the party didn't resemble the majority of birthday bashes (a glass of rum and coke over the birthday girl's dress, a cry in the toilet and a trip to McDonalds to cure the morning-after hangover) and, as a result, she launched a range of hair products that specifically contained the luxurious beverage.

The six-piece collection – ranging from shampoo, conditioner, treatment, styling balm, wet texture spray (which works much the same way as a salt spray) and a protective treatment – all contain Champagne extract and promises to deliver gloss, thickness and deep-cleans of the hair follicles.

The products also contain grape seed extract, pea protein and caramel and don't have any of those nasty sulphates or parabens.

With product prices ranging from £25-to-£35, it's a steap price to pay for a daily hair wash but, we all need a treat once in a while, right?

Besides, why not go the whole hog and buy a bottle of bubbly to enjoy in the bath while washing your hair.

It's a win-win situation.

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