Hair Tips

Hot hair products we hope to find under the tree

You’ve already narrowed down most of your Christmas list: all of the clothes, movies and handy dandy gadgets that you could possibly want. But, don’t forget about treating your mane, chicas. It’s been a hard year’s work for your hair, tryin’ to look good every day. To make things cinchy, we’ve compiled a list of the hair products we’re hoping to find sitting under the tree this year.
 
Dry Shampoo has taken the world by storm, and it’s truly the perfect stocking stuffer. Great for those days when you’re short on time and your hair needs a little TLC. (And this one smells pretty!) After all, baby powder doesn’t really cut it.

 

Bastiste Dry Shampoo, $3 (on sale!), amazon.com
 
Hello, options. This is the ultimate styling tool in one—makes waves, straightens curls, or perfects ringlets—you decide!
 

Remington S6600 Ultimate Styling Ceramic Hair Straightener, $32, amazon.com
 
For those thick-haired babes, normal bobby pins just won’t cut it for crafting updos. Lucky for you, there’s a special kind of pin that really wraps itself in there in one quick swipe. Problem solved!
 

Goody Simple Styles Spin Pin in Blonde/Brunette, $7, target.com
 
General rule of thumb: Never use heated tools on your hair without spritzing up with some thermal protector. Your tresses will thank you over and over again.
 

CHI 44 Iron Guard Thermal Protection Spray, $15, drugstore.com
 
Every now and then, you just gotta indulge. Work this baby into your routine every couple of weeks. Your reward? Healthy, soft and sooo shiny hair.
 

Moroccan Oil Hair Treatment 3.4 Oz, $42, amazon.com
 
Most of us can’t stay by the ocean year-round, but those beach waves are to die for. Rep summer hair all year long with a spray that mimics sea-salt tousled tresses.
 

Aquage Sea Salt Texturizing Spray, $20, amazon.com
 
 

BY JORDAN SARNOVSKY ON 12/16/2011 12:00:00 AM

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