Want to find out how Yan Yan Chan takes care of her fresh blonde locks with her busy on-the-go lifestyle? She sat down with Vogue to chat about her must-have Edwards and Co products that she uses for her weekly hair routine to help maintain her new ‘do in-between appointments.
Yan’s essentials include:
Shampoo and Conditioner by R+Co for keeping her hair feelin’ fresh, clean and nurtured daily.
Death Valley Dry Shampoo by R+Co for a dry shampoo that isn’t powdery and can also be used as a styling product! Need something for on the go to pop in your bag? Badlands is the perfect size to always have on hand so you’re never without.
Sea Salt Spray by Mr Smith for adding that little extra texture to your hair. This holy grail Sea Salt Spray won’t leave your hair feeling crunchy or dry it out. Instead, this will add that perfect amount of sea salt to keep it bouncy and flirty.
Moisturiser by Oribe for keeping your hair healthy and revitalised! This moisturiser is great for using after showering or after a dip in the ocean. Apply it lightly in the morning to leave your hair feeling soft and smelling fruity all day long.
Hair Mask by Christopher Robin for a hair mask and toner all in one. She like to use this beautiful product once a week after shampooing whilst her hair is wet, leaving it in for 10+ minutes then washing it out. Blonde hair colour or highlights can turn grey or yellow over time, so this keeps the brassy tones out leaving only the creamiest of baby blondes. The shade variation care baby blond neutralizes yellow and grey tones and restores pure, radiant and defined highlights.
Clarifying Shampoo by Christopher Robin for keeping your blonde locks on point. This shampoo with camomile and cornflower is a favourite of Yan’s! She loves using this product just before the hair mask. This must-have eliminates any yellowness out of the hair without artificial tones, boosts highlights and has a natural and progressive lightening effect for a fresh creamy seamless colour.
Featuring Yan Yan Chan
Photographed by Darren Luk of Every Last Second
For Vogue Spy Style