Get gorgeous hair without over spending. We've picked out favorite haircare products that are available at most groceries, drugstores and mass retailers.
Get salon-worthy hair styles (at a fraction of the cost) with our top budget buys for haircare.
This lightweight dryer has the same buzz-worthy specs found in pricier models—infrared heat for faster drying time, negative
ions for frizz-free locks—at a fraction of the cost.
Remington Cool Style Hair Dryer in Plaid, $15 at RemingtonProducts.com
Fortifying bamboo extracts, avocado oil and shea butter prevent fading, so frequent touch-ups won’t weaken strands.
Garnier HerbaShine Color Creme with bamboo extract, $8 at mass retailers.
Thanks to the curved edges of this travel-size flatiron, you can create straight styles and soft curls with a flick of your
wrist. The ceramic plates are so smooth, you achieve your desired result in just one pass.
Conair MiniPro You Style 2-in-1 Ceramic Styler, $15 at Amazon.com
Unlike most mousses, this one polish and shapes your curls without creating a sticky or crunchy feel.
Pantene Mousse Curly Hair Style Curl Defining, $4 at Target
Everyone, from those with unruly curls to those with limp locks, can find the perfect shampoo in the new Pantene Pro-V Hair
Solutions line. Four different specially formulated cleaners combat hair woes and prepare tresses for easy styling, no matter
Pantene Pro-V Hair Solutions shampoos, $4; at Walmart
The flexible rubber cushion helps the bristles gently massage the scalp and distribute natural oils across the hair—just like
salon-quality tools but at a lower price.
Sonia Kashuk small hairbrush, $13 at Target