6 Great Budget-Friendly Products for Hair
Sally Hershberger Hyper Hydration Super Keratin Conditioner
Post-shampoo, work this super-moisturizing conditioner into dry or damaged hair to reduce frizz, smooth, and add shine. The key ingredients: keratin and argan oil.
To buy: $13, amazon.com.
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Alterna Caviar Anti-Aging Seasilk Shampoo
As luxurious as its name sounds, this sulfate-free shampoo is flat hair’s best friend, boosting volume as it reduces the damage caused by sun, aging, and styling tools.
To buy: $11, beauty.com.
DevaCurl Mist-er Right
Girls with curls can spray on this combination of dry shampoo and scalp rejuvenator to revive their spirals and ringlets. Infused with lavender for a great smell and balm mint for maximum moisture.
To buy: $8, sephora.com.
Organix Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil
Argan oil is a hot ingredient lately for a reason: It’s highly hydrating and can work wonders on dull, frizzy hair. This one is specifically meant for hair that is dry and coarse: Rub in a little while hair is damp to leave it soft and shiny.
To buy: $7, drugstore.com.
Carol’s Daughter Healthy Hair Butter
Rich and thick, this leave-in treatment—made with jojoba oil and shea and cocoa butters—is like, well, butter for brittle hair. Apply a small amount from roots to tips and let the formula do the rest.
To buy: $10, amazon.com.