Monday Haircare Reviews: Monday’s haircare saw a shampoo with prominent ambassadors, influencers, and $9 pricing in New Zealand’s shampoo market. But the small pink bottles of hair have also become a social media storm for hairdressers. The haircare line was established in Australia and New Zealand in March, with Jaimee Lupton and Nick Mowbray, partners of the Zuru mega- toy brand.
Monday says that more than 1.8 million bottles have been sold since then. However, some hairdressers took trouble with the product, saying it damages hair and reacts with chemical therapy. Hairdressers share photographs of damaged hair, which blame new products for customers.
On Monday, hairdressers, for their part, were upset about the fact that they aimed to protect their patch and revenue in the lobby, which is highly marginal. Whilst there are glorious reports from influencers and the support of embassy officials such as the model Georgia Fowler, there are also stories like that of Hamilton woman Tasha Bright, who said she used a Smooth shampoo and conditioner for a month to get highlights on her hair.