Welcome thiicky to the Australian hair market, the product of Adelaide-based hairdresser Travis Cornish and another example of our local innovation. thiicky’s point of difference is in its simple approach to hair thickening, as the name would suggest, predicated on a capsule product collection of a Scalp Serum, Shampoo, Conditioner and Texture Spray, with some dynamic extras.
Built to help clients with thin hair, the four products are proudly vegan, paraben, silicone and sulphate free, not tested on animals and made right here in Australia, with a group title of the Hair Thiickening Kit. More specifically, the Super Serum nourishes the hair, the Thiickening Shampoo promotes hair growth, the Bond Building Conditioner is for hydration and repair and the Textured Repair Spray adds shine and creates fullness while taming frizz.
They are anchored by the hero ingredient of Tamanu Oil, which Travis found in his research to be a natural source for hair growth. He incorporated this ingredient into the products, had them made locally in Queensland and is currently selling them online, with a shift now to moving them into salons as well.
“Everyone knows hairdressers only recommend the best and I want my new brand associated with just that – the best,” Travis said. “We sell the wholesale products individually for $22, with no minimum order, no opening order or spend. We offer free shipping and a RRP of $41.95 each.”
Beyond the hero kit, thiicky offers a triple-barrel, adjustable Wavy Hair Wand for efficient, quality styling at an affordable price point, as well as a Scalp Derma Roller to mimic a clinical micro-needling procedure that stimulates hair growth, rejuvenates the scalp and enhances the effect of haircare products. Lastly packs of thiicky hair ties prevent hair breakage and deliver super strong hold with a quick-release function and new rubber technology, becoming ideal for the reception counter.
Discover the thiicky way of local, effective and affordable haircare that thickens tresses and considers it all without the complexities. That’s thiicky – simple.
For more information visit www.thiicky.com.au