While many an admiring glance has been made in the direction of the discerning user of Rossano Ferretti Vita shampoo, the ingredients that are key in making this prestigious product so instrumental in the revival of lifeless and depleted hair are rather less well-known.
Allow us to burnish you with some useful insight into this matter here at Rossano Ferretti. In particular, we would like to speak today of hydrolyzed soy protein, and the many ways in which it is far from an incidental element of our in-demand anti-ageing shampoo.
Posted: December 05, 2017|
Run the rule down the list of key ingredients of our Grandioso volumising shampoo here at Rossano Ferretti, and you will begin to gain a sense of the great lengths to which we go to cultivate the beauty and seductiveness of your hair. It is, after all, one of your secret weapons, and we take great pride in empowering you to keep it that way.
Of those ingredients, there is one, in particular, that enjoys many a rich association and use in our wider world, and which plays a central role in aiding your hair’s manageability and bounce. That ingredient is bambusa vulgaris sap extract, which may be better known to you as common bamboo, the giant tropical and subtropical clumping bamboo native to southern China and Madagascar.
Recently we met Silvia Lanari, as Octobers 'Rossano Ferretti Celebrity Hair Stylist'. Did we tell you that she is from Parma? Well, today we want to talk about the Italian city where the story of Rossano Ferretti and his brand begins.
Perhaps this name sounds new to you, but just think of Parmesan cheese or Parma ham…that’s where these world-famous jewels of Italian culinary tradition come from! (And the reason of their name is, of course, that they are both made in Parma).
In the centre of Northern Italy or rather in the middle of everything, actually: one hour east from Bologna and west from the gorgeous Liguria Riviera, one hour south from Milano and the Garda Lake.
How to care for your hair this Autumn
Autumn is the season of romanticism, of melancholy, of the wait for something else… And the season of dull and frizzy hair! Sound familiar?
Well, we can only love this seasonal mood, which has been the muse of so many poets, but we actually have something to say about the hair.
Posted: November 14, 2017|
Mandarin oranges, believed to have first grown in Chinese forests, have various well-documented health merits for people who choose to consume this fruit. Benefits can also be derived by people who treat their hair with shampoo containing peel extracted from these succulent oranges.
The latest Rossano Ferretti salon opened in September 2017 inside the legendary Hotel de Paris in the Principality of Monaco. No doubt about it, it is a very prestigious hotel and some say the most elegant hotel in the world.
Posted: October 23, 2017|Categories: Celebrity Stylist of the Month
Rossano Ferretti Celebrity Hair stylist of the month.
Monte Carlo’s Resident Celebrity Stylist - Silvia Lanari
Silvia, you are incredibly well known in Italy as one of the most talented sought after hairdressers and I know you have looked after the hair for many top celebrities and famous people there. Now you have moved to this superb new salon in the Hotel de Paris in Monaco and are looking after a new range of clients and celebrities. If you don’t mind, I’m sure our readers would love to know a little more about you.
Leaves change colour, boots take the place of sandals, children go back to school and parents go back to work: here you are again, dear Autumn.
We love this season of change, we even love the morning frost and fog … Maybe we can’t go to the seaside, but we can all still travel, with our imagination!
We will tell you about the cities we love – so you can dream of visiting them, without ever having to move from the couch. But that’s not all! So take notes as they will be useful when preparing your next journey.
Posted: October 10, 2017|Categories: Hair Care
Did you know that the really foamy lather produced by your shampoo is due to sulfates within the ingredients of the Shampoo and could actually be damaging your hair and scalp?
Posted: October 04, 2017|
Many and rich are the associations enjoyed by the edible oil pressed from the fruit thought to have originated in South Central Mexico – the Persea Americana or Persea Grattissima, more popularly known as the avocado.