The time has come to introduce you to the cream of the crop of new offerings for your hair. Here is a trifecta of essentials we’re not parting with anytime soon. Not only are they effective, but they’re pretty affordable, too. Discover them below.
Klorane introduced the first dry shampoo in 1971. This sebum-zapping spray has since found its way into most homes, with one sold every 10 minutes around the world. While the original, white-coloured formula works well on dark manes, this brand new, beige-tinted formula blends in even more seamlessly. It’s equally as effective, and even more fun to use thanks to the natural powders contained therein. We opt for this dry shampoo to refresh our roots and we happily use it to sheathe and add volume to our strands.Klorane Natural Shade Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk, $15.50 at pharmacies.
We primarily use this oil to protect our hair fibers from the heat of styling tools. But once each strand is infused with it, our mane is treated to a lightweight hydrating and beautifying treatment. Boasting moringa and macadamia extract, this precious oil nourishes, smoothes and leaves our hair smelling just delightful. We can’t stress its heat protection powers enough: a part of the Miss Universe Style Illuminate collection, a highly performing series for contestants of the international beauty pageant, it fits perfectly into our day-to-day. Yes, we too deserve it!
CHI Moringa & Macadamia Oil, $18 at beauty salons.
An essential daily moisturizer for our strands, this jumbo pump dispenser is a permanent fixture on our office desk. This treatment couldn’t be easier to use: we apply it on wet or dry hair, and on the entire strand or just the ends. Its ultimate task is to hydrate our hair while repairing damaged cuticles. Just like our hand cream, this moisturizer leaves a soft, bright and discreetly scented surface in its wake.
Pantene Pro-V Power Up Daily Treatment, $7.99 $ at pharmacies and mass retailers.