Fall Hair Bargains
Davines De-Stress Lotion
A shift in shade can leave your strands parched, so run a dollop of this carnation-infused hydrator ($24; davinesusa.com for locations) through damp mid-lengths and ends to restore moisture. Plus, the added UV filter protects your color from fading.
Yes to Cucumbers Color Protection Shampoo and Conditioner
We can't decide what we like better about this dynamic duo ($8 each; yestocarrots.com): The fresh scent, or the fact that it keeps our highlights moisturized and vibrant.
Mixed Chicks Leave-In Conditioner
Thanks to the jojoba and primrose oils in this hydrating leave-in ($20; target.com), ringlets are left soft, bouncy, and defined.
Ouidad Styling Mist
Created especially for curly hair, this light mist ($15; ouidad.com) seals in your 'do without leaving strands hard.
Sebastian Shine Crafter Wax
Consider this the alternative to sticky gels. Iridescent shimmer flecks add an extra dimension of shine, while the moldable formula gives curls a polished appearance ($16; sebastianprofessional.com for locations).
Lee Stafford Dehumidifier
Throw this compact spritzer ($9; ulta.com) into your bag tame any unexpected flyaways on the go.
Redken Smooth Lock Shampoo and Conditioner
They're like Batman and Robin for frizzy strands: This dynamic duo ($15 and $16; redken.com for salons) enlists the help of almond oil, polymers, and proteins to combat frizz-causing elements.
Tresemme Smooth Salon Silk Serum
Just one pump detangles hair and smoothes out even the most unmanageable kinks ($5; drugstore.com).
Aveda Pure Abundance Style Prep
Spritz this mix of acai oil, passion fruit, and organic aloe ($24; aveda.com) onto strands for a salon-perfect blowout with volume that won't quit.
John Masters Organics Deep Scalp Follicle Treatment
More voluminous hair starts at the root, so give your scalp some extra TLC with this mist-on treatment ($21; johnmastersorganics.com). A potent blend of thyme and Irish moss stimulate hair growth, leaving your strands healthier, shinier, and significantly thicker.