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  • Balmain Hair Couture leads the way for luxury haircare
  • Balmain Hair Couture leads the way for luxury haircare
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Balmain Hair Couture leads the way for luxury haircare

According to Vogue, 35 million wigs were sold in 1971. And as so often happens in fashion, the trend has been revived for the 21st century. At the forefront of this shift is the little-known branch of fashion house Balmain – Balmain Hair Couture. And it’s pioneering the growth of luxury hair care.

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