Welcome back everyone. Today I’m going to be sharing my all-time favorite hair care products. A few weeks ago I shared my favorite Verb products in this post, but I have so many others I like that I felt I should dedicate a post to the rest of them. I tend to gravitate towards drugstore products, since I have a lot of very long and thick hair, and using high end products can get really expensive really quickly. I do have a few high end products I know I love, but I wanted to dedicate this post to the products I use on a regular basis.
Conair is my go to brand for hair tools. I have three of these gel grip paddle brushes (because I walk around and leave them in places they don’t belong and inevitably can’t find them at 5 am when I need them) and they are the bomb.com. I also love this classic comb, and I have been trying to get better at using it over my brush, since I’ve heard it’s kinder on your hair.
Pantene is to shampoo as Conair is to brushes in my book. For the price you absolutely cannot beat their products. I personally like to use the smooth & sleek line with argan oil, but it’s all dependent on your hair and preference. I always use this shampoo and conditioner not only because I love the way they smell (seriously I am ALWAYS smelling my own hair, to the point of it being kind of weird), but also because they are amazing at keeping my hair soft and smooth, even during the dry winter months.
Pantene 3 Minute Miracle Smooth & Sleek Deep Conditioner. This stuff is the real deal – it’s unbelievably effective and only $5 a bottle! When I was down visiting my family in New York over the summer we were talking about dried out hair from the salt water and chlorine, and I was raving about this so much I practically ran down to the store and grabbed a bottle for my aunt and grandmother to assure them of how much I love it. Plus, who really wants to spend more than three minutes deep conditioning their hair, amiright?
Pantene Pro-V Repair and Protect Overnight Miracle Repair Serum. This little bottle is a miracle worker. If you want your hair to be healthier and shinier, this is all you need. It’s also great if you have a lot of heat damage!
L’Oreal recently launched two different clay based product lines; the Pure Clay Masks, and the Extraordinary Clay hair products. I was so beyond excited about being able to find great clay benefits in the drugstore at a great price point, I picked up two of each (mask review coming soon). The Extraordinary Clay hair products are intended for oily roots, which I don’t tend usually have, but every once in a while I find they need a little more attention. I love the idea of this pre-shampoo mask. It soaks up all the oils in your scalp and then you can wash it out with your shampoo! The dry shampoo has a similar concept (ridding your scalp of unwanted oils) but with the added benefit of not requiring a shower and shampoo after!
Kristin Ess Weightless Shine Leave In Conditioner. I was so excited when Kristin Ess launched her full haircare line at Target a month ago, I wanted to buy every single thing. Unfortunately without an unlimited budget, I told myself to just try one thing at a time, so I decided to go with this Leave In Conditioner. I love that you just spray it on your wet hair after the shower, so it makes a great alternative when I don’t want to use a leave in conditioner that has to be rinsed out. My hair no longer has to suffer on mornings that I’m tight on time. Of all the extra hair products I’ve been using, the functionality of this one is by far the best for a girl on the go.
The Tangle Teezer is 100% worth the hype. I bought mine a while back at Sephora, but Target even carries them now. I will not go to the beach without throwing this rockstar in my bag. They are so amazing for detangling your hair, especially when wet, without ripping or tearing. They’re also cute and fun to hold so… Win/win.
My cousin recommended this Moroccanoil hair treatment to us years ago when she was in cosmetology school and we have used it nonstop ever since. There is really nothing that competes. It tames your fly aways, smooths your hair, and keeps it healthy and shiny. If you have dry hair like I do, you will not regret buying this. It’s definitely the most pricy item I use, but is 100% worth it and since it’s a treatment you shouldn’t use it every day and it won’t burn a hole in your wallet too quickly. Oh, and did I mention it smells amazing?
What are your favorite hair care products? Leave your recommendations of things to try in the comment section!
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