For good hair days, all day, everyday.
Eschewing traditional treatments, celeb colorist Anival Morales prefers straight-up coconut oil, specifically Nohona’s organic version. He uses it on his clients “as a treatment while their color is processing to hydrate the hair.”
Is your hair stressed? Celeb stylist Ryan Trygstad discovered the best remedy in Japan, but you don’t have to go around the world to get your hands on the best-selling Crede Er. Salons and beauty supply stores stock the treatment that “improves shine and elasticity.”
No matter your hair type, legendary colorist Christophe Robin’s Regenerating Mask infused with prickly pear seed oil is a winner, says Greg Ruggeri, owner of Salon Ruggeri. “It’s perfect for moisturizing and repairing all hair types with ease.”
When hair seems beyond repair, turn to Olaplex No. 3, suggests stylist Kristen Heitkotter. This at-home version of what seems to be every stylist’s favorite in-salon hair healer is “magic in a bottle that not only protects against heat elements, such as curling and flat irons, but also rebuilds damaged bonds in your hair, restoring hair from the inside out.”
The summer sun can sabotage your locks, but stylist Kristan Serafino foils damaging rays with Julien Farel Hydrate Restore, which “deeply nourishes the follicles and repairs protein degradation caused by high UV levels.”