THE 1ST OF NOVEMBER MARKS WORLD VEGAN DAY. A TIME TO RECOGNISE THE VEGAN MOVEMENT AND CELEBRATE AND SUPPORT THE VEGAN COMMUNITY.
World Vegan Day was founded by Louise Wallis in 1994, which was the 50th anniversary of The Vegan Society which she chaired. The terms “vegan” and “veganism” also emerged around the time The Vegan Society formed.
“Veganism is a philosophy and way of living which seeks to exclude—as far as is possible and practicable—all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose; and by extension, promotes the development and use of animal-free alternatives for the benefit of animals, humans and the environment. In dietary terms it denotes the practice of dispensing with all products derived wholly or partly from animals.” ~ Vegan Society
At Haircare Group on World Vegan we want to recognise and celebrate our Vegan Brands and Salons part of this movement.
WHY SHOULD SALON OWNERS RANGE VEGAN HAIR COLOUR AND VEGAN HAIR CARE PRODUCTS?
Consumers becoming more conscience and aware of the ingredients in products and how these ingredients are manufactured. It’s important as a business owner to understand how you can support your vegan customers and minimize your impact on the environment.
Using vegan products doesn't mean you have to compromise quality. There are so many natural ingredients now that mimic what were once only animal ingredients in hair colour and care products.
WHICH BRANDS ARE VEGAN AT HAIRCARE GROUP?
Evo are empowering colourists with a complete colour portfolio that offers long-lasting results, superior condition, out-of-this world shine, unique viscosity, and simplicity. Hue-verse is an honest colour range formulated without compromising on performance, ingredients such as ammonia, PPD and resorcinol have been left out, whilst organic oils and allergen-free fragrance have been included, making Hue-verse vegan and cruelty free.
Evo are a full concept professional haircare brand that creates the best performance products while respecting people and the planet. Evo’s range is predominantly vegan however cannot claim to be 100% vegan due to a few products in their range which contain animal biproducts such as honey extract, lanolin or beeswax.
While most of the range does not include these ingredients, the following products in the range are not vegan: crop strutters construction cream, cassius styling clay, box o’ bollox texture paste.
All of Evo’s products are accredited peta cruelty free and are free from sulphates, parabens, dea, tea, propylene glycol and gluten, with responsibly sourced ingredients.
TEKNA by Lakmé is a salon exclusive vegan, sustainable and organic hair styling range. Lakmé are also cruelty free - Lakmé does not test on animals and complies with regulations within Europe parliament and council to meet the requirements of the cruelty free regulation. With 9 lines to choose from, including shampoos, conditioners, oils and treatments, TEKNIA provides effective solutions in caring for all hair types.
In regards to the wider Lakmé range, the Aura, Chroma, Collage and Gloss range do not include any animal derived ingredients, read more about Clean, Vegan & Sustainable Colour by Lakmé.
OLAPLEX’s range of in-salon and at home treatments work to restore damaged and compromised hair by repairing from the inside out with a patented single ingredient, which repairs the hair to improve hair structure, strength and stability.
OLAPLEX is not only vegan and cruelty free but is also free from nuts and gluten, as well as being free from sulfates, SLS/SLES and parabens, making it a safe option for almost any client so that you can rest easy knowing the product you’re using is healthy for you and your hair!
VEGAN SALON SPOTLIGHT