First look: Snapshots

First look: Snapshots

Snapshots, label.m’s cutting-edge menu of hair saviours has just landed. We take a look...

As potent as the packaging is shiny, label.m has unveiled its brand-new selection of hair-and-scalp-saving services. Presented in a striking dispenser, these dynamic potions look set to innovate backwash stations. Staying true to the spirit of the Toni&Guy Spa and making every visit to the salon a real treat, they provide instant results.

Complete with pioneering, hassle-free and magpie-attracting new packaging, these supercharged treatment shots contain powerful active ingredients, meaning that results are immediately noticeable. With the clients’ needs always in mind when developing new formulations, the four most commonly cited hair issues have been addressed.

"Snapshots are groundbreaking treatments, capable of healing hair woes in an instant” Sacha Mascolo-Tarbuck, Global Creative Director"

Powered by chandan sandalwood, the Scalp Soothing Snapshot nourishes and repairs dry, itchy scalps. Formulated to relieve inflamation, it’s ideal as a post-colour treatment and can even soothe the itching associated with psoriasis, while the eucalyptus in the formula cools the scalp leaving it feeling fresh and the hair super sleek and shiny.

Designed to protect and prolong hair dye, the Colour Revive Snapshot contains AC Colorplex and date extract, which works to leave hair squeaky clean, and rice amino acid, to enhance volume. This powerful treatment protects hair against environmental stresses, prolongs colour and enhances luminosity.

And for big hair days, the Volume Boost Snapshot contains Volumin and is packed full of protein. Great for when you’re having a blowdry, hair is left visibly healthier and more glamorous looking.

Finally, created to soothe hair that’s been put through the mill, due to bleaching and overuse of heated hair tools, the Damage Control Snapshot is powered by succinic acid. It works to repair the hair by creating bonds within its structure, leaving it smooth, shiny and incredibly soft.

  • Words: Miriam Bouteba