CosBeauty Magazine #85


CosBeauty is the #BeautyAddict's guide to lifestyle, health and beauty in Australia.
In this issue:
- The Breast Report - your guide to augmentation
- Put an end to bad hair days
- 24 hour makeup, products that last
- Sex appeal - do you have it?



Often some shampoos can be too heavy

for certain types of hair, and contain

ingredients designed to nourish dry

hair, tame curls or get rid of frizz. Oils

are often to blame, but silicones can

sometimes also be a culprit in weighing

your hair down.

It’s good to switch up your hair routine

every once in a while – don’t be afraid

to do a little cross training for hair (even

if you revert back to your old favourite).

So sud up and reap the benefi ts of more

volume, hydration and strength with the

hottest shampoos around town.

The other half of the dynamic duo

is here to ensure you get soft, shiny,

manageable hair. Whether your hair is

dry, frizzy or curly, the top conditioners

are guaranteed to nourish, repair and

volumise even the neediest hair.

Keep in mind that the same

conditioner won’t work for everyone –

choosing the right one can be diffi cult,

but the best way to decide is to consider

the texture of your hair. If you have

thin hair, try a volumising conditioner

and if you have thick, greasy hair,

choose a conditioner formulated with

less oil. Picking the perfect formula can

drastically change your hair.



1. ECOCOCO Shampoo &

Conditioner, $35.95 each, 2. TIGI

copyright Custom Care Moisture

Shampoo and Conditioner, $32

each, 3. Stockholm Sweden REF

Ultimate Repair Shampoo 285ml and

Conditioner 245ml, $33.50 each, 4.

e-smooth Shampoo and Conditioner

250ml, $39.95 each, 5. Aveda damage

remedy restructuring shampoo

250ml and Conditoner 200ml, $50

each, 6. Aveda Cherry Almond

Softening Leave-in Conditioner 200ml,

$30, 7. Schwarzkopf Blonde Purple

Shampoo amd Conditioner, $13

each, 8. Schwarzkopf Q10+ Time

Restore Micellar Shampoo, $27.95,

9. Schwarzkopf Waves Light Splash

Conditioner, $31.95




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