Celebrity Hairstylists Share Their Fave Affordable Hair Products
Pricier does not always mean better.
Have you ever wanted to raid celebrity hairstylists bathrooms just to see what hair products they use on a daily basis? Okay, maybe that is just me and way too far fetch, but I may have something slightly better -- or close. Some amazing hairstylists share some of their favorite hair products for the low -- meaning under $100!
If you don't want to get in on the secret than you're definitely missing out, but these items are literally a steal. To find out what's hot in the hair world, keep scrolling and possibly fall in love with a product or two.
Swears by this because: “The Hot Tools curling iron heats up quickly and evenly. It gets up to 450 degrees and creates smooth, long-lasting waves and curls. It has a nano-ceramic surface to prevent hair damage and has a heat loss sensor, which helps keep the iron at an even temperature during use.”
Hot Tools 1130 Marcel Curling Iron
Hairstylist: Joico celebrity hairstylist Paul Norton
Swears by this because: “If I had to choose an iron that gives me as many versatile looks as possible, this would be it. I can make hair curly, wavy, or even straight if I need to. The marcel feature also really helps the iron glide through the hair, as well as saves my wrist from any long-term injury!”
Swears by this because: “The Turbo Power Turbo 1500 blow-dryer is really affordable for the amount of power behind it. It’s made in Italy and is extremely durable with its shock-resistant case. It gets hot quickly and has an anti-overheating device. It dries hair super fast and efficiently, leaving you with smooth and shiny hair.”
Turbo Power TwinTurbo 2800 Coldmatic Hair Dryer and Elchim Classic 2001 Dryer
Hairstylist: Celebrity hairstylist Nicole Blais
Swears by this because: “There are two great quality blow-dryers under $100: The Elchim 2001 can be found online for around $80, and the Twin Turbo 2800 can also be purchased for around the same amount and will literally last for years. (There are more expensive versions of both of these dryers, but the basic ones are great for home use and have much stronger airflow than regular drugstore brands.)”
Swears by this because: “Everyone has heard of these brushes, but the mini is the unsung (and more accessible) hero and so good for so many things. It’s hands down the most perfect size and shape to blow out bangs, gently detangle knots, back-comb for volume, distribute natural oils through the hair, and exfoliate the scalp. These are just a few of the virtues of this handcrafted wonder, and if you take care of it, it will last for years and years. In my opinion, it’s completely worth the $105 investment!”
Go ahead and surprise your hair with a nice gift or three.