It’s been a while since I shared my favorite hair products. Much like my recent post on fall makeup favorites, there are a few different products that I rely on for soft, voluminous tresses. From a detangling mist to a thickening mousse, I’ve rounded up my favorite hair products for achieving healthy, soft tresses that I think you’ll like too!
ion Color Defense Detangling Shine Mist—You may remember me writing about this in a previous post here. I use it every time after I shower to help detangle so I’m not tugging at my knots with a comb. It’s a miracle worker and it smells good! If you have color treated hair, it enhances shine without leaving it greasy or oily-looking.
R+Co Death Valley Dry Shampoo—My husband thinks it’s absolutely absurd that I only wash my hair twice a week. But there’s a method to my madness—I shampoo twice to prolong my blowout and usually it lasts three days. I like to spritz this dry shampoo on day three for an instant refresh and it extends it by day four (sometimes five… don’t judge).
Ouai Wave Spray—I mist this on dry hair after I’ve styled tousled waves using my GHD wand. The scent itself is addicting to make you want to use it often (Italian lemon, amber, and white must).
Kerastase Densifique Densimorphose—My hair isn’t as thick as it once was and I’m always willing to try anything that will help thicken my tresses. This is a mousse treatment that adds body without the weight. I love it because it smells good and doesn’t feel sticky like other mousses I’ve tried. Just one or two puffs goes a long way.
Do you have a favorite go-to hair product for soft tresses? Let me know in the comments!
Photo by Andrea Rodway
I don’t use any styling products, but I swear by the Wella Elements range for my hair.
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