Products and Advice


This range is Australian made and owned and has low travel miles as it is manufactured in a certified factory located in Brisbane with the Everescents head office based in Coolum. We are so lucky! Everescents is a “natural organic hair range that is plant based using certified organic ingredients merged together from the abundant Australian environment.”

The philosophy of this company is one we stand behind. What is even more exciting is that we love using all the shampoos, conditioners, treatments and styling range. These products are beautiful to work with and deliver great results. Click on this link to find out more Everescents.

Clever curl

Clever curl was created by a group of Australian curl specialists inspired by the Curly Girl Method.” These products are designed to deliver the most amount of moisture to help promote luscious, healthy curls. This range is formed with minimal ingredients to benefit beautiful curls. Although these products are not certified organic, the range is the cleanest curl range on the market and does contain plenty of certified organic ingredients. This range is also Australian owned and made. Click on this link to find out more about Clever Curl. Watch a video here.

So Pure Products

So Pure is a treatment and styling range from Keune. This is a natural range using orange, argon and palmarosa essential oils and it is paraben free. The shampoos and conditioners leave the hair feeling soft and rich. So Pure styling range can create any style your heart desires from strong hold and high shine to light hold and defrizz. Click on this link to find out more Keune So Pure.

Krop Hair Krop Hair believes in using Keune colours, as Keune is one of the cleanest colours on the market. There are now so many colour companies that are pitching to the organic market, it is a mine field. Our research shows there is not any colour that contains only organic ingredients. Colour companies are now adding plant based and organic ingredients into hair colour which is great, but we still think the main priority should be to have cleanest chemical content. Professional hair colour that will lighten and add depth still requires chemical content to deliver these results. If you would like to get into the details, colours either have Ammonia or Ethanolamine or its cousins MEA or DEA. Ammonia is considered the bad enemy but if it is replaced with Ethanolamine this replacement ingredient can be better as it has a lower ph level, but it depends on the quantity. The quantity when replaced can be as high as 16% compared to 1% Ammonia. Equally there is the argument between PPD’s and PTD’s again it is much the same thing. You really need to know what replacement ingredients are being used and what percentage is being added.

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