After a long and hot summer, we’re itching to trim our ends, pull out our scarves, and embrace a new look! So, in the spirit of the season, we’ve put together a list of the hottest new hair products you must try this fall.
ELIZABETH AND JAMES NIRVANA DRY SHAMPOO
Perfume junkies rejoice. This is the first fine fragrance dry shampoo and it certainly does not disappoint. It absorbs oil instantly, refreshes volume and is lightly perfumed with Nirvana addictive and opposite scents, Black and White. $28
CHRISTOPHE ROBIN HAIR FINISH LOTION WITH VINEGAR
Christophe Robin has long been preaching the benefits of apple cider vinegar as a game changing hair rinse. “Most of the time women don’t rinse shampoos and conditioners very well, so hair is [left] heavy and not shiny enough,” Robin explains. No wonder it’s the next star organic ingredient in his line up of natural ingredient abundant products. $36
MR. SMITH SHAMPOO
This shampoo might just be worth the 14 hour flight to Australia. The scent is earthy and smells expensive, thanks to the blend of jasmine, lime, mandarin, and patchouli oils. The formulas contain no silicones, parabens, or orsodium sulfates, but they do have hair- and scalp-softening avocado oil and shea butter.
PETA approved, vegan, free from parabens, silicones, SLS and never tests on animals. And did we mention the ultra chic minimalist bottle? $30
SALLY HERSHBERGER 24K
24k is the new luxury line by the legendary stylist to stars – Sally Hershberger. The line from the ‘queen of texture’ as of now includes a root boost, a nourishing dry oil, a voluminous dry shampoo and the velvety superiority complex texturizing paste which is already gathering quite a buzz. $32-$40
LEONOR GREYL BAUME BOIS DE ROSE
This styling balm shapes and sculpts hair into any style with a matte finish. It can be applied to wet or dry hair and remodeled as desired to add volume and texture without hardening on the hair. Its non-greasy formula nourishes and protects the hair from external damages. Curlier or thicker hair types will benefit from Leonor Greyl Baume de Bois to eliminate frizz without looking greasy. $49
R+CO BADLANDS DRY SHAMPOO PASTE
Skip the spray and give your hair volume and texture by massaging this paste into your roots. It’s formulated with Hawaiian volcanic ash and zeolite powder from Japan as well as coconut, sunflower seed, and argan oils. $28
ORIBE ROOT TOUCH UP SPRAY
Instantly cover greys and roots or revive highlights between appointments. Microfine pigments blend seamlessly with your natural shade when—and where—you need it. It comes in blond, red, light brown, dark brown and black and also absorbs dirt and oil to refresh hair. P.S. Filling in the root makes sure your mane looks extra photo ready. $29
KERASTASE CREME DE LA CREME
The bun seen at Jason Wu during this year’s NYFW was constructed with lots of Kerastase Creme de la Crème by Odile Gilbert. The Thermo-protective cream shields and styles strands during heat styling. Hair is smoothed and controlled with movement and volume is instantly and durably controlled. $37
CA MAKES CLASSIC BRASS HAIR PIN
This handmade bun pin is made of lightweight solid brass making it comfortable to wear all day.the classic pin has a slightly flexible quality for ease of use and grip for a secure hold. It’s simple, and easy to use and creates a more pulled together knot of hair. $32
HARRY JOSH 2 IN 1 CERAMIC MARCEL CURLING IRON
Just like the other tools in the Harry Josh line, his newest addition; the 2 in 1 marcel iron/curling wand, is mint green and black and already creating quite a buzz among industry professionals. According to Josh “It’s the world’s first two-in-one iron that allows you to create versatile styles and textures, and it’s a game changer because all the nuts and bolts I put into the guts of the device (like the extra-large heating system, ceramic plates, and digital temperature technology) allow the iron to be perfectly warm and create a much faster and even style.” $175
Which product are you itching to try? Sound off in the comments!!