Legendary hairstylist Oribe Canales and beauty industry veterans Daniel Kaner and Tevya Finger teamed up to form Oribe Hair Care in 2008. The brand started off selling high-quality hair care products and has since developed skincare and fragrance lines as well.
Oribe’s products do not contain parabens or sodium chloride. They are also gluten-free, cruelty-free, color and keratin treatment safe, and offer UV protection.
Oribe was among the first brands that went beyond just great performance. They collaborated with a legendary 19th-century perfume house to blend its signature fragrance, Côte d’Azur, into all their shampoos, conditioners, and oils.
The brand’s most popular offering is the Gold Lust collection, with the Repair and Restore Shampoo working wonders on your hair.
The Gold Lust shampoo lathers easily, with a dime-sized amount being enough to easily cover long hair. With a smooth texture and amazing scent, it’s bound to leave your hair feeling very clean and looking shiny.
With prices ranging from $45 to $200+, it’s fair to say that Oribe is not for everyone!
However, if you’re willing to pay the price, then Oribe is among the best options for hair care out there. Oribe products have high-quality ingredients and perform exactly how you want them to.
Every Oribe product does what it says in the description, in most cases. Plus, they smell delicious!
We won’t lie and say Oribe is a must-have, though, because other cheaper products can also get the job done.
Overall, if you want to splurge for luxurious hair care, then you can’t go wrong with Oribe. After all, luscious locks and some stunning jewelry complete every great outfit ensemble.
What Oribe’s customers have to say
Oribe reviews are mostly positive, both on the brand’s website (unsurprisingly) and on third-party sites. There are a few rare negative Oribe reviews as well.
Of the 16,000+ reviews of Oribe products on Influenster, a vast majority are 4-5 stars. There are only around ten 1-star reviews where customers were unimpressed with their purchase.
The story is the same on Amazon, with most of Oribe’s products having an average rating of 4.5.
On generic review sites Sitejabber and Trustpilot, the brand scores a 3.75 and 3.1 out of 5, respectively. There are only seven reviews in total across both sites, and a majority of the negative ones are related to the brand’s customer service.
The final word on Oribe
I’d say Oribe products are bang for your buck. It’s just a lot of bucks!
If you want to express your personality via luxurious haircare that leaves your locks looking and feeling stunning, Oribe is a good option.
If you’re looking for hair care that’s cheaper and still as effective, there are plenty of options there too.
It all comes down to what works for your hair the best and how much you’re willing to spend.