The best new hair products you'll be seeing everywhere
Bad hair days can happen; but do they really have to? We think not. As you probably already know, using the right products for your hair makes a huge difference. With that in mind, we made it our mission to find and share the latest and greatest innovations in haircare to grow, refresh and style your strands to their best state ever. We turned to Jen Atkin for the newest supplements and to Gorilla Snot for a grossly named gel that works wonders. Read on for more — your best hair days are ahead.
The hair supplements
The Kardashian's #1 stylist, Jen Atkin just added hair supplements to her line of luxe products. These little pills are formulated with ingredients like biotin, silica and Omega 3 fatty acids to repair thinning, dry and oily hair starting from the root.
The dry shampoo
Your morning routine just got way faster thanks to this extra fluffy dry shampoo foam that dries in seconds. Apply a small amount to the roots, and massage it into the scalp to make days old hair look and feel fresh again.
After all the research we've done, it's products like this one known as "Gorilla Snot," that prove the best buys don't necessarily cost a ton. Used by celeb stylists like Adir Abergel, it's a secret weapon for creating slicked back hairstyles and taming flyaways.
The right mask could be enough to save you a trip to the salon. And if there's one up to the task, it's Redken's advanced protein version, which works in just 3-minutes a week to seal in moisture, shine and softness for up to three washes.
Not only does this leave-in scalp treatment help prevent thinning and shedding, it also encourages new growth and regrowth. Apply this vitamin and amino-acid rich product before bed, and massage into your scalp for healthy and fuller hair. No washing required.
Bumble & Bumble founder, Michael Gordon wants you to shampoo your hair less (actually though). His detergent-free system cleans hair with aloe and essential oils that don't dry or strip strands of moisture. Oh and it's so hydrating, you don't even need to use conditioner.