14 Best-Selling Hair Products (And How To Use Them)

A great hair product can be life-changing, or at the very least will have you rockin’ great hair on the reg. Maybe it’s just us, but we feel it’s our duty to tell women everywhere when we find a must-have hair product (especially when they are all totally affordable.)

Here are 14 of our favorite hair products and how to use them.

1. Heat Protectant

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According to over 370 4.5-star reviews, this leave-in heat protectant is where it’s at. Just spray it on damp hair prior to blow-drying and again on dry hair before using your hot tools. Easy-peasy, and it’s totally a steal!

2. One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer

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If you have wavy or curly hair this is a must-freaking-have! It dries and styles your unruly all at the same time. (No, we aren’t kidding.) This blow-dryer volumizer combo gets rave reviews everywhere it’s sold. (Looking for a flat brush version? Try this one.)

3. Dry Shampoo

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If you are a busy woman (read: mother), dry shampoo is a must. Don’t let the retro packaging freak you out, this dry shampoo is the best. (More than 500 rave reviews totally agree with us.)

4. Hair Brush for Pain-Free Tangle Removal

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Got a kid that screams bloody murder when you try to brush their hair? You need this brush. Works like a charm on wet or dry hair for pain-free detangling. (You’ll totally want one for yourself, too.)

5. Scrunchies

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You know you’re super-pumped scrunchies made a comeback. No need to explain how to use these gems.

6. Moisture Infusing Moroccan Oil

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If you have coarse or dry hair, moroccan oil is amazing for a little added moisture, and this one is a fan favorite that won’t break the bank. Just massage a small amount into your towel-dried hair (careful to avoid the roots), and you’re done.

7. Curling Wand for Mermaid Hair

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Are you obsessed with the soft beachy waves of mermaid hair? Yeah, us too. This curling wand makes mermaid hair easy-peasy. Just wrap a small section of hair around the wand and hold for a few seconds, then repeat until you are looking like a Disney Princess. (Be sure to let your curls cool before running your fingers through them, so they hold up or even longer.)

8. Damage-Erasing Balm

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This damage-erasing balm has over 4,000 reviews and they all love it! If you have dry, damaged, or color-treated hair, just go ahead and drop this in your cart. Cover your towel-dried hair with this hair balm (careful to avoid the roots), let sit, then rinse. It’s that easy!

9. Clipper Set

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If you’re into DIY haircuts, this clipper set is totally for you. It comes complete with all the guards you need to keep you (if you rock a pixie) and your family looking sharp.

10. Boho Headbands

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Everyone needs at least 1o boho headbands, right? OK, maybe not, but boho headbands are a great way to dress up that messy bun, girl. (If you’re into florals, check out this adorable 4-pack!)

11. Volume Hairspray

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There is nothing worse than a sticky, stiff hairspray. This is our very favorite volumizing hairspray, and it doesn’t leave you feeling like you’re wearing a helmet.

12. Flat Iron

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This flat iron is highly rated and a fraction of the price of high-end irons. And bonus, it has anti-static technology!

13. Leave-In Conditioner

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This leave-in conditioner is a 10. No, really, that’s it’s name, and for good reason. It’s perfect to spray in post-shower (onto towel-dried hair), and will keep your locks soft and manageable all day!

14. Curl Cream

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If you have been looking for a curl cream to define your natural curl, this is it! Apply to¬† towel-dried hair, and you’re good to go!

There’s nothing better than a well-kept beauty secret, but these finds are just too good not to share. Whether you have an unruly head of curls, or baby-fine stands, we got you. Here’s to a great hair day!

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