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Knock Knock! Drunk Elephant’s New Hair and Body Collections Are Here

All the products and prices you need to know before the collections' release in late April. You can thank us later!

We have previously divulged our indefinite list of must-buys from Drunk Elephant and let’s just say that the list is only getting longer. When word got out on the street last month that the cult beauty brand was due to release a haircare line, the internet went wild. We first got wind of the news when Jennifer Aniston’s hairstylist Chris McMillan (whether he had meant to or not) mentioned a Drunk Elephant Detangling Spray in his roundup of products used on an Instagram post. Hawk-eyed beauty fiends, of course, noticed the mention. “I didn’t know Drunk Elephant had hair products,” read one comment. Well, neither did the rest of the world until McMillan’s mention.

We come bearing good news! We now have a clearer picture of what to expect from the haircare line. Conceived in collaboration with McMillan, the man behind Aniston’s signature effortless waves, the collection is concocted to reinstate your hair to its best possible health. And it all begins with the scalp. The system comprising of the Cocomino Glossing shampoo (SGD$35), Cocomino Marula Oil Cream conditioner (SGD$35), Wild Marula tangle spray (SGD$35) and T.L.C. Happi scalp scrub (SGD$52), is designed to dissolve build-up on the scalp while nourishing it with biocompatible proteins and oils.

There’s more. The best things in life come in pairs and so does the announcement from Drunk Elephant. Alongside its haircare line, the brand is also slated to release a body collection – a trio of the Kamili cream body cleanser (SGD$28), Sweet Pitti deodorant cream (SDG$23) and Sili body lotion (SGD$28). Formulated with the same philosophy as its skincare line, the body collection is gentle on the skin and nourishing as you’d expect of Drunk Elephant anything.

It’s like Christmas came early, way early, this year!

The new collections will be available for purchase exclusively in Sephora ION, Sephora Ngee Ann City and Sephora online from late April onwards. Mark your calendars, guys!

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