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Pump up the volume, hydrate parched strands, and nourish damaged hair with this hair mask that has a color-safe, keratin-safe, sulfate-free formula. The brand's signature tea complex will leave your mane oh-so-shiny and bouncy. -- CHRISTINA HEISER, Author, Total Beauty

Free from heavy silicones, Pai-Shau Opulent Volume Conditioner provides big body and weightless moisture while protecting the integrity of fine hair. Formulated with a patented Microemulsion Technology and Volumizing Botanical Complex — made of ginseng, white nettle and gleditschia — this extravagant, hydrating formula dramatically increases volume and thickness. --Aly Walansky, Blogger, Your Tango

Polkos list of clients include some of the glossiest girls in the game, including Steinfeld. Polko said in a press release that she prepped the hair with this leave-in conditioner by Pai-Shau. Maybe she's born with it, maybe it's mousse! Polko also said that Steinfeld's dreamy VMAs hair was prepped with this tea-infused styling mousse. --Laura Polko, Hair Stylist

Looking for a leave-in conditioner that'll leave your mane hydrated, without weighing it down? This option's got you covered; plus it defrizzes and detangles like a charm.-- TOTALBEAUTY AWARDS 2019

TOP RED CARPET LOOK Steinfeld showcased all-cherry hues at the MTV Video Music Awards in an Aadnevik gown, matte nails courtesy of pro Tom Bachik, and a power pout. Gonzalez, sponsored by YSL, created "an iconic red lip" by layering the brand's Mystery Red and Red Enigma lip colors. Polko used T3 and Pai-Shau tools to style long, loose waves, resulting in nearly 1 million likes on Steinfeld's Instagram.- Hollywood's Top Glam Squads by Meg Hemphill, Hollywood Reporter

Hailee Steinfeld rocked the red carpet of the Video Music Awards (VMA’s) with her effortless waves, created by Laura Polko using Pai-Shau products.- Salon Magazine

Steinfeld looked absolutely radiant with a classic red lip courtesy of YSL Beauty , and glamorous curls created by Laura Polko using T3 Micro styling tools and Pai-Shau haircare products.- MAYA ALLEN, Digital Beauty Editor

"This mask is perfect for anyone who has dry hair," says Fitzsimons. "It’s a rare product that provides a ton of moisture without weighing the hair down, so it works well for a lot of different types."-- Audrey Noble, Author

"I brush my hair wet or dry and work in Pai-Shau hair mask" - Norma Kamili

Cynthia recommends using a deep cleansing shampoo that’s high in ph from Malibu C for the first wash, before following it up with the Pai-Shau Replenishing Hair Cleanser and Supreme Revitalizing Mask. -- by César DeLeön Ramirêz

Tea-Infused Everything ---- Sure, we like to sip it, but 2019 will see the trend of tea-infused skin and hair care take off. Hair-care brand Pai-Shau uses a blend of rooibos for strength, pu-erh for repairing, good ol' green for exfoliation, white for protection, and black for nourishment, resulting in stronger, more resilient hair. SheaTerra Organics recently released Kigelia Purple Tea Peptide Face Serum Age Defense, which features high-mountain Kenyan purple tea (a newly created variety making waves for its rare polyphenol called GHG) to target hyperpigmentation and premature aging. So, pinkies up, because any way you take it (one lump or two?), tea is about to become an even more prominent part of your daily routine. --7 Green Beauty Innovations Bound to Be Big This Year by ASHLEE PIPER

With a smoothing, detangling formula, this state-of-the-art spray is perfect for the busy multitasker. It even helps to protect your hair from pollutants and heat damage.-- Products That Will Help Your Heat-Damaged Hair Get Back on Track by COURTNEY LEIVA

When we're dealing with split ends, we’re often dealing with hair that looks dull and lifeless too due to lack of hydration. Pai Shau’s Replenishing Hair Cleanser utilizes amino acids, vitamins, minerals, and its signature tea complex to restore the overall appearance of hair, making it more youthful and minimizing the look of split ends.-- Best Shampoos That Help Mend Split Ends by ANI PALEN

Emily Blunt's hairstyle was truly next-level. It was, after all, complete with a diamond hairpin and floated down the red carpet in a cloud of a gown. Blunt's magical hair only took four products to achieve—not typically the case when it comes to red carpet hairstyles. All four products belong to the same brand, which happens to be Pai-Shau-- Hair Product Helped Create Emily Blunt's Fairytale Updo by KAITLYN MCLINTOCK

Celebrity hairstylist Marshall Lin, who has worked with Kate Bosworth and Olivia Palermo, is a fan of this oil-free, tea-infused product that you apply on wet hair after showering and then again after styling to tame unruly hair. All you have to do is shake the bottle and apply one to three pumps throughout your hair. And listen up, fine-haired ladies: “You can apply and reapply as often as you want because there’s no oil,” says Lin. “It will never weigh your hair down or make it look greasy.”--Celeb Hairstylists Reveal Their Favorite Summer Frizz-Fighting Products by Christina Heiser

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