I myself have been known to use hairsprays from Sam McKnight not only for the hairdresser’s signature “cool girl” mussed-up texture, but also for a hit of the sublime scent created especially for McKnight by British perfumer Lyn Harris. Inspired by the lingering aroma of McKnight’s beloved London garden after a heavy downpour, Harris’s creation is a blissful blend of wet herbs, roses and an almost steamy accord that is at once refined and sexy. One perfume PR – who has no professional connection with McKnight – tells me that Lazy Girl dry shampoo (at £19 it’s a fraction of the price of one of Harris’s perfumes) is his “special occasion fragrance”.
— Read more in Who needs perfume? These new-wave products make your hair smell like wet herbs, roses and candles at The Guardian. (You can find Sam McKnight hair products at Violet Grey in Los Angeles, $27-$36.)