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Click through for nine new and noteworthy drugstore hair buys.
Herbal Essences' new dry shampoo—part of the brand's Naked collection—contains natural ingredients like tapioca and mint and is formulated without parabans, heavy residues or dyes.
A weekly in-shower treatment that boosts and corrects color between salon visits.

Aussie has expanded its best-selling 3 Minute Miracle Deep Conditioner into a full-blown line. I'm partial to "Smooth," which in addition to hydration, also provides hair with all-day frizz control thanks to ingredients like olive oil and ginseng.

 

A moisturizing and heat protecting oil that's infused with restorative fatty acids. Click here for three great ways to use it!
OGX's Anti-Breakage Keratin Oil shampoo and conditioner bring dull, damaged hair back to life.
L'Oreal Paris' popular Advanced Haircare line now includes five new categories of high-performing styling products including "Boost It" for mega volume. For a salon-like blowout, spray the Boost It heat spray on damp hair and comb through before blowing dry.
Use this multitasking cream once a week to smooth, moisturize and seal damaged cuticles.
Suave's Natural Infusion shampoo and conditioner contain hydrating ingredients like macadamia oil and seaweed—and neither costs over $4!
Frédéric Fekkai merged his mass and prestige lines into one revamped collection. Now you can get high quality at an amazing price. I recommend his sulfate-free, moisture-packed mask—your hair will look amazing all winter long.