The first sophisticated and fashion forward shower cap; the range is inspired by the pages of fashion magazines- perfect for the modern woman who wants to look ‘très très chic’ in her domain.
Our Dahlia shower cap selected as One of Oprah's Favorite Things in 2017!
LOUVELLE showerwear is the must have accessory to make your blow out last longer, keep your hair frizz free and let you hit the snooze button a few more times because if you’re going to be late, you might as well do it fashionably!
QUALITY & SUSTAINABILITY
Made from premium fabrications, a silky stretch fabric with waterproof lining, we have elevated the shower cap to an everyday luxury.
Long lasting with a recommended use of 1 to 2 years. No need to waste money on cheap shower caps that get mouldy every couple of months.
PRESERVE YOUR COLOUR
“Never wash your hair everyday! Day old hair holds a style so much better than freshly shampooed hair. Plus, you can actually make your scalp more oily by over- shampooing as your glands will fight to replace the oil you just washed out of your hair”.
CELEBRITY HAIRDRESSER, TED GIBSON
AMELIE TURBAN- A STREAMLINED PANELLED STYLE
The shower cap perfect for the modern woman who wants to look chic in the shower. Soft fabrication will not leave an elastic mark on your forehead.
DAHLIA TURBAN- A GLAMOROUS KNOTTED STYLE TURBAN
A more voluminous turban for the girl who likes a little extra glam. One of Oprah's Favorite Things..and if it's good enough for the big O!
RIVA HAIR TOWEL WRAP
Luxury microfibre towels are generously sized and our fun prints will bring a touch of vacation chic to your bathroom.
CURLY HAIR'S BEST FRIEND
Hair is most vulnerable to breakage when wet. Our luxury microfibre is gentle on delicate hair fibres, to minimise friction and frizz and dries hair in half the time of a regular towel.
Our designs are inspired by the timeless nature of headscarves and turbans, harking back to the days of vintage Hollywood glamour when the art of primping at the vanity table was done with care and style and long luxurious baths were de rigeur.