Air-dried hair’s No. 1 enemy? Flyaways. A couple of drops of this potion are all it takes to vanquish them—and add luster, to boot.
Aesop Shine, $35; aesop.com
Don’t let the word “oil” scare you off. This gentle cleanser leaves strands soft and shiny, not greasy.
Shu Uemura Art of Hair Cleansing Oil Shampoo, $55; shuuemuraartofhair-usa.com
It was only a matter of time before the beauty balm trend migrated north from the face. This product has a great consistency—between a gel and a cream—and claims multiple benefits, including smoothing and moisturizing.
Pantene Pro-V Ultimate 10 BB Creme, $7; soap.com
A dollop of this cream (on dry or damp hair) polishes up an otherwise tousled look.
Bumble and Bumble Brilliantine, $23; bumbleandbumble.com
Heat styling isn’t the only way to boost the volume of fine hair. This spray, doused liberally from roots to ends, fakes a bodacious mane.
L’Oreal Professionnel Volumetry Anti-Gravity effect volume Spray, $26; lpsalons.com
When spritzed on roots, it absorbs excess oil and instantly creates volume; when applied to ends, it imparts a perfectly piece-y texture.
Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray, $39; oribe.com
When this light serum is finger-combed into towel-dried hair, a finished 'do is guaranteed to last twice as long.
Living Proof Prime Style Extender ( $20, sephora.com)
Apply this rich cream before shampooing to seal extra-porous hair cuticles. The result: smoother hair post-cleansing.
Philip Kingsley Elactizer Extreme ( $45, philipkingsley.com)
A few drops of this stuff—which is packed with Rahua’s signature ungurahua oil—are enough to reawaken even the most damaged and dull locks.
Rahua Elixir ($175, rahua.com)
Castor oil and carnauba wax help soften hair into that natural-wave texture that only few of us can achieve by just waking up.
Davines Invisible Serum ($22, davines.com)