The Matte Waves Texture Lotion from Oribe behaves like a sea-salt spray, only it’s in the form of a lotion.
It’s a soft, lightweight consistency and it doesn’t leave the hair feeling dry, crunchy or sticky.
It adds a piecy texture and gives you that ‘just been to the beach’ look. It has a medium hold so it will prolong your style while also controlling frizz.
The Matte Waves can be used on damp hair before blow drying or hot tool styling to add a bit of texture, grip and hold on fine, limp hair that tends to drop quickly.
It can also be used as a curl or wave enhancing lotion when applied to damp hair and left to air dry. However you decide to use it, you’ll be left with beautiful beachy locks.
The Matte Waves is a part of Oribe’s Signature range so it contains a blend of watermelon, lychee and edelweiss flower. This signature complex defends the hair from UV rays and other oxidative stress that can cause damage, dryness and colour fading.
Author: Jessie Riches, Senior Stylist @ Chumba's Windsor Salon
Meet Jessie the 'Champ'
So we found her at the Cheese Cake Shop... yup we did... all we heard for the first six months was "at the Cheese Cake Shop we..." That was driving Queen Bee nuts because she hates Cheese cake lol! But we all love 'lil-Jess' so we hung in there.
Besides the endless cake stories there was a little something that made this young lady stand out very early on - those hands OMG - those hands can 'do hair'.
'Old' hairdressers know talented digits when they see them and all of the 'mature' brains-trust in the House of Chumba could see the talent just oozing from those little fingers. IF only we could just shut her up about baking cakes we'd all be just fine!
Well the little baker did snap out of desert land and has now stormed onto the Big Hair stage by:
a) ruling the roost on the Chapel St salon floor and organising the Genius Colleen
b) winning the title of the AHFA Australia Best Apprentice Hairdresser 2019 (she's also a Finalist for AHFA 2020... to be announced)
No one's mentioned Cheese Cake since btw - good riddance to that.
We sometimes use the label 'true blood' - this refers to staff that are have trained from a first year apprentice to fully qualified with us all the way. Jessica is a 'true blood - and doesn't it show!
We can't wait to see her develop even further in her career.