The popularity of Brazilian beauty products continues to rise and the number of new brands also. Now it is the turn of Marajó, a line of hair products that is named after an island in Brazil where there is a walnut whose oil promises to leave your hair soft and silky, and which recently named the Brazilian model Alessandra Ambrosio as your ambassador.
“Brazil has so many ingredients for skin and hair. Pracaxi is very nutritious, almost like a miracle oil,”the Victoria's Secret model told WWD. "Everyone wants to have beautiful shiny hair but there are different types of hair so I was curious to see if it would work for everyone. I fell in love with the way my hair felt but I also gave it to friends to try. " According to the publication, Ambrosio was already a fan of the products of Guth Renker, a parent company that in addition to Marajó has other celebrity beauty brands such as Cindy Crawford and stylist Chaz Dean.
The line, which is free of parabens and is aimed at women with hair that is constantly exposed to the heat of tools and dyes, is made up of a shampoo and conditioner (which can be used as a treatment), a styling cream, a lacquer and an anti-frizz serum. "Most of my clients don't blow dry their hair around the house," Dan Sharp, the brand's stylist and academic director, told the publication. "But in the salon we have seen an increase in the number of treatments to soften, shine and condition hair due to the great popularity of the bayalage technique, which can dry it out because you are essentially bleaching the tips of the hair." Another benefit According to Ambrosio, it is that although they are products created to condition the hair, they do not weigh it down."They do not take away the volume as many softening products usually do," he says. The products range between QVC and marajo.com.