Philip Kingsley Approach
The Philip Kingsley approach is tailored to your hair texture combined with hair length and the level of processing endured. (i.e. colouring, perming, straightening, relaxing, sun damage etc).
The Philip Kingsley product selector table makes your choice of products for the maintenance of a healthy scalp and hair wonderfully simple. Just choose the most relevant description from hair texture and hair processing – combine these to determine your hair type, and the products you need to use.
Watch our short video with Philip Kingsley talking about hair type.
FINE HAIR TEXTURE
Fine hair feels thin and lacks natural body and bounce. There may be areas where you can see the scalp through the hair. Fine hair can be either straight or wavy and is typical of Caucasian hair types.*
MEDIUM HAIR TEXTURE
Medium hair feels thicker in texture, both in the individual strands and in the overall volume of the hair on the scalp. Medium textured hair can be straight, wavy or curly.
COARSE HAIR TEXTURE
Coarse hair feels rough in texture and it may feel like you have a lot of it. Coarse hair can be straight, eg. Asian hair or curly, frizzy.
Please Note: Do not confuse lots of fine hair with medium or coarse textured hair . If the shaft of the individual hair feels thin and delicate, and lacks body, even if there are many of them, then the correct category for your hair type is ‘Fine’.
We at Philip Kingsley pride ourselves on maintaining and upholding a zero tolerance policy to our products or any products associated with our brand being animal tested. Our products have not been tested in any way on animals.
Environmentally friendly packaging
Great hair is not just about how you look but how you feel. Philip Kingsley Products uses biodegradable bottles in order to reduce our carbon footprint and have minimal impact on our environment. We were the first customer of M & H Plastics to embrace this new biodegradable product. The bottles’ properties do not interfere with the recycling process- they look like normal plastic and have the same properties, until placed within a landfill compostable environment where they disintegrate in soil at a fraction of the normal plastic decomposition rate, providing positive environmental benefits when they are unlikely to be recycled.