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New Hair Products For April And May 2010

The hair pendulum is swinging.  The days of sleek flat bone straight hair are fast changing to lots of lush volume, enhancement of natural textures and healthy shiny hair.

Of course self-help products are springing up with regularity because consumers want to be able to do their hair at home and get the same results as at the salon.

(Image of former DWTS Hostess, Samantha Harris with lots of full, lush, shiny texture rich tresses on the Red Carpet - DailyCeleb.com - All Rights Reserved)

Although to some it might seem like a sudden change, as long time Paul Mitchell educator and stylist Barbara Lhotan recently said "hair trends start two years before they hit the consumer hair market".  And so it is.

With all this shift in hair trends there are lots of new hair products being released to address the changing styles, trends, textures and focus.

Although new products are being introduced all through 2010, a ton of new hair care products and lines are being introduced in April and May of 2010 including the following list detailed below.

April 2010

1.    Klorane Conditioner with Papyrus Milk

2.    Rene Furterer Acanthe Curl Enhancing Shampoo, Conditioner and Leave-In Fluid

3.    Cutler Pure + Cleansing Conditioner

4.    Jonathan Product Infinite Volume Shampoo, Conditioner and Thickening Foam

5.    Remington Extra Long Ceramic Straightener

6.    Samy Deep Conditioning Treatment, Conditioning Serum and Heat Guard

7.    Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Lemon Sage Thickening Spray

8.    Oscar Blandi Pronto Glossing Cream

9.    Goody Global Chic hair accessories collection

10.  PhytoSpecific Ultra-Repair Night Treatment

May

1.   SelfHelp care of Ken Pavés haircare and styling line

2.   Rene Furterer Fioravanti Shine Enhancing Conditioner

3.   Goody Pro styling tools

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