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The hottest hair fashions are easy with TRESemmé Salon-quality hair care products, without the salon price.

Professional, at your Fingertips

From our origins in salons in 1948, we have always been driven by a simple truth: every woman deserves to look and feel fabulous like they’ve just stepped out of the salon. TRESemmé is dedicated to creating hair care and styling products that are salon quality without the salon price. Salon-inspired, stylist-tested products to help you create your own style, experience and salon feeling every day.

A TRESemmé Style For Everyone

Every individual's hair is unique – and so are our formulas. We make shampoos, conditioners, hairsprays, dry shampoos, mousses and more, for every type of hair and style of choice.

Our collections include the solutions for moisture, breakage, frizz, volume, and damaged hair for styles that last.

Innovations

We are constantly developing new ways to give your hair the style and protection it needs. Our new Platinum Strength range contains unique formulas to reverse the look of up to 2 years of damage*. The renewing complex reinforces hair’s naturally protective layer, restoring your hair and protecting against future damage.

Key Facts

TRESemmé is the official hair care sponsor of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. This past season, our team of stylists created the hair looks at the Tracy Reese, Rebecca Minkoff and Charlotte Ronson shows. For a behind-the-scenes look at how hair and fashion meet on the runway, check out our new digital web series Style SettersLink opens in a new window.

Keeping your hair feeling healthy and natural can be hard if you are also keeping up with the latest hair fashions. Our Classic Care collection helps you achieve the first step in any hairstyle – healthy, beautiful hair. From Clean and Natural Shampoo to Remoisturizing Conditioner, Classic Care lays the daily foundations for sensational hair.

*when using Shampoo & Conditioner as a system vs non-conditioning Shampoo

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