Get David Beckham's hair
Indie styling range
Hanz de Fuko may sound like the name of the villain in an action movie, but instead of being a baddie, this range of haircare and styling products are oh so good for your hair. Created by friends David Alfonso and Christopher Zent in San Francisco in 2009, Hanz De Fuko met a much needed gap in the market for haircare and styling products that were gentle on the scalp, washed off easily and were effective.
And the brands offerings more than meet the mark. Used by hair heroes from Bruno Mars to Beckham to create all manner of outstanding quiffs, pompadours and slicked-back 'dos, the unique difference with Hanz De Fuko are its clever hybrids.
One of its star products Quicksand is a high-hold, innovative mixture of styling wax and dry shampoo. The gritty formula also contains a soft, granular rock similar to pumice, that cleverly sucks up excess oil on the hair and scalp. Guys, finally you have your second day hair styling solution! Another outstanding product is Claymation, a pliable clay-way hybrid that combines the best of both products — helping you create a work of art on your head that lasts all day.
The range also includes sulfate- and paraben-free shampoos and conditioners that help hair feel amazing, look shinier and grow healthy. In addition, the brand uses certified organic ingredients, essentials oils and amino acids and are sold in eco-friendly packaging. Plus the products are all made and manufactured in the US. You'll be pleasantly surprised to know that for all that innovation and quality, the range is affordable. Here's to good hair days forever!
From $30. Available at luxola.com and at selected salons
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