These are the hair products from Sephora that look a bit weird and intimidating you need to give them a try. They really work.
We love Sephora for their vast assortment of products in every color imaginable. They have the regular staples we stock up on, the best gifts, and some interesting beauty inventions that we have never seen before. Some of the most beauty-obsessed customers may be intimidated by the futuristic-looking makeup and indiscernible skincare products, but it’s worth spending the time figuring out what they are because they offer fantastic results. The same goes for their hair products. If you haven’t ventured outside of the shampoo, hairspray, and gel realm, it’s time to expand your horizons.
Check out 10 unique hair products from Sephora that are worth trying:
1. Tangle Teezer Compact Styler, $20
The picture doesn’t give away much. This contraption is actually a hairbrush without a handle. If you’re wondering about where the bristles are, it comes with a snap-on cover to keep it clean. If you’re worried about it flying out of your hand, it is specifically designed to fit in your palm. It can be used on both wet and dry hair; it minimizes breakage and adds shine. Aren’t you glad you found out what it was?
2. Alterna Caviar CC Cream For Hair 10-in-1 Complete Correction
You have probably heard of a CC cream for your face, but I doubt you have heard of one for your hair. You apply this to towel-dried or completely dry hair. The cream does 10–yes, 10–things, including adding shine, heat protection, preventing breakage, and many more. Whatever your hair issue(s), this solves them.
3. Bumble And Bumble Spraychalk
If you haven’t tried hair chalks, you probably assumed that they were just like the ones you wrote on the blackboard with–but for your hair. While some look identical to the colorful sticks you used as a Kindergartener, there are also liquid versions like this. Spray a bit for a hint of tint, or add more for brighter hair color.
4. Sephora Collection Bunette
If you’re still confused about bun rings and people who claim to use a sock in their ballerina buns, this hair accessory probably won’t make a lot of sense to you at first glance. You just slide your hair in, then roll in and fold it into whatever style of bun you want. It also comes in white too for lighter-haired girls.
5. Toppik Hair Building Fibers Starter Kit
A “hair building” kit isn’t just what balding television actors use. If you have fine hair and are looking to add more body to it without extensions, this kit adds fibers that blend with your hair. They’re wind, rain, and perspiration-resistant and come out when you wash your hair. The kit is available in nine colors, and you can blend them for a perfect match. It all sounds crazy, but it works.
6. Phyto Phytopolléine Botanical Scalp Treatment
When was the last time that you gave your scalp some TLC? Never? We’re so focused on our hair that we completely forget about our scalps, even though they could be the root of the problem (pun intended). If you have a dry, oily, itchy, or irritated scalp, this treatment will help balance it.
7. Dry Bar Gold Mine Shimmering Leave-In Conditioner
If you were 13, a shimmering hair product would be the best thing ever, but now that you’re a bit older and slightly less sparkle crazy, it sounds like a bad idea. Don’t worry; it adds a hint of shine rather than an explosion of glitter, and it works on all hair colors. It also smooths hair and protects it from future damage. Bonus: it is not tested on animals.
8. Curl Styler
If you have not been amazed by the infomercials, you might mistake this for a futuristic garlic press. This is actually a new design for a curling iron. There’s no constant hair twirling and wrist aching. The curl chamber sucks up your hair and gives you a perfect curl every time. It’s as good as magic. Watch the video.
9. Oscar Blandi Dry Conditioner
If there’s dry shampoo, why shouldn’t there be a dry conditioner too? This adds shine and volume while detangling hair, all without the need for water. And it’s completely fine to use with your trusty dry shampoo.
10. Agave Vapor Infusion
The name sounds like some strange incense you buy at one of those shops that you have to walk through beaded curtains to enter. It’s actually a heat-activated, leave-in conditioner that you use with the corresponding flat iron for silky, shiny locks.
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