Choosing the best quality products to maintain a healthy hair is such a difficult job. Don’t worry, here we have listed the best of best hair products. Check it out,
Hair’s natural oils keep it looking shiny and many traditional shampoos strip them away completely. Look for labels with the words “anti-breakage,” “strengthening,” “restorative,” or “renewal,” since they mean that the shampoo uses ingredients that help to thicken the hair and temporarily seal split ends. We like L’Oréal Paris EverStrong Reconstruct Shampoo.
Think of it as a ShamWow for your head: a microfiber hair towel that soaks up water quickly, so there’s no need to torque your hair in a terry-cloth vise—which can do a surprising amount of damage—or rub it into a frizzy state to get it dry. One of the best is the Sephora Aquis Microfiber Hair Turban, made with superabsorbent Aquitex.
Since flatirons can hit a scorching 410 degrees, it’s important to make sure your hair doesn’t feel the burn. A spritz of Tresemmé Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Spray protects heat-tool junkies’ hair with a layer of silicone.
Ammonia and peroxide don’t just stink—they strip your hair of moisture. L’Oréal Professionnel’s new salon dye, INOA, uses neither. A new ingredient gives a dramatic color change without the usual acrid odor or sting and is more resistant to fading.
At least once a week, do more thorough damage repair with a deep conditioner such as Shu Uemura Art of Hair Moisture Velvet Nourishing Treatment for Dry Hair. The ingredients leave behind a smoothing film that hides dryness and damage for days. Just leave it on long enough to say its name three times, and hair will be shiny and tangle-free.
Nothing makes hair feel like straw more quickly than the blast of heat from a blow-dryer. A good ionic one emits charged particles that can cut drying time in half and encourage the cuticle to lie flat. We like the T3 Featherweight Professional Hair Dryer.
Though the only way to get rid of split ends permanently is to trim them, White Sands The Cure 24/7 can hold the frayed strands together all day. And the effects are not solely cosmetic—it may also help prevent future breakage by the lubricating wet hair before brushing, and preserving the cuticle.
Using a brush with rough, wiry bristles can cause breakage. And if you’re using a brush while you blow out your hair, a metal one can heat up fast and actually burn the cuticle. Instead, go for a rubber paddle brush with smooth synthetic bristles—ones with little balls on the ends, such as the Goody Start Style Finish Frizz-Free Finish brush, are especially gentle.