Did you know about these vegan hair products?

Published 13th Jan 2023 by Josie Jackson
Did you know about these vegan hair products? It's Veganuary and HJ has pulled together a list of hair products that you might not know are vegan. With the number of people adopting a vegan diet increasing in recent years, clients are increasingly aware of what goes into beauty products and are making the effort to seek out vegan hair products. Whilst some brands are clearly marketed as so, others might not be as obvious. So, here's some hair products for you to recommend to your clients...


All products in the brand’s portfolio are vegan.

Maria Nila

It’s another win for vegan haircare lovers, as all of the brand’s products are vegan.

Paul Mitchell

Their Tea Tree Hemp Range and Clean Beauty Scalp Therapy range are both vegan.


Many of the brand’s products are vegan, including their Matt Salt Spray, Styling Wonder 10 Leave-In Treatment, Super Silver Styling Violet Miracle Treatment, Scalp Therapy Mask and Scalp Therapy Detangling Gel. Plus, the entire X.POSED range is vegan.

Revlon Professional

Their range of UniqOne Hair Treatments (Original, Coconut, Lotus Flower and Green Tea) are all vegan, as are the UniqOne Shampoo and Hair Mask. All Orofluido products are vegan.

Pulp Riot

Pulp Riot’s Clay Lightener, Powder Lightener, Developer and Semi Permeant Colour are all vegan.


Matrix Socolour Pre-Bonded Permanent Color and Matrix Socolor Pre-Bonded Extra Coverage Color are both vegan.

Schwarzkopf Professional

All of the Bonacure Clean Performance hair products are vegan.


Another win – all hair products in the Pureology range are vegan. Not quite sure what makes hair products vegan or not? Check out these common animal-derived ingredients often found in beauty products to learn more. 
Josie Jackson

Josie Jackson

Published 13th Jan 2023

Josie supports the team with content for the print magazine, website and social media channels at HJ. Having grown up in a salon environment (thanks to her hairdresser mum) and even working as a Saturday girl before getting her degree in English Literature, Josie feels right at home in the industry. Although she’s experimented with a few creative colour looks in the past, she always comes back to blonde, and loves all things hydrating and bond building.

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