Drugstore Hair-Care Steals
Rizos Curls Deep Conditioner
Odele Leave-In Detangling Tonic
If you've ever wondered how Priyanka Chopra gets her hair looking so good (read: if you are a human with a pulse), we finally have the answer. The Chopra-approved Anomaly Dry Shampoo ($7) actually leaves your hair feeling soft and looking shiny, like it's just been freshly washed. The mist also comes out clear, so it works on even the darkest hair colors, with zero grit or texture. All you get is gorgeous, clean-looking hair with no signs of oil or odor. Come at us, Nick Jonas.
Anyone with curls knows
moisture is the secret to defined,
frizz-free ringlets. The best way to get there is with an intensely hydrating conditioner, like the Rizos Curls
Deep Conditioner ($20). The trio of oils (olive, sunflower, and coconut) strengthen hair in as little as 10 minutes. The best part: it works on
all hair types. Use it weekly as a deep-conditioning hair mask or as a daily conditioner if you need it. It's even perfect for in-shower detangling.
Think of the Odele Leave-In
Detangling Tonic ($13) as the elevated version of the no-tears detanglers of your childhood. It has the same instant detangling and hydrating powers you remember loving, plus the added shine-enhancing, frizz-fighting, and protective benefits you need now (thanks to amino acids and plant proteins). The light and sophisticated floral scent
is definitely a step up, too.
Anomaly Dry Shampoo
Suave Pink Heat Free Styler
Air Dry Styling Cream
Air drying your hair can feel like
playing blackjack in Vegas. You never know how it’ll turn out, but more likely than not, the house (aka your frizz) always seems to win. Using the Suave Pink Heat Free Styler Air Dry Styling Cream ($5) is like counting cards: it helps beat the odds . . . of flyaways, dry ends, and lackluster waves or curls. The lotion-y cream didn't weigh down even our finest-haired testers, and we got compliments any time someone caught
a whiff of the juicy berry scent.
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