5 hot new hair products

We searched, we found, we share with you: Consider making some room on your hair-care shelf for one or more of these hair products

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1. Suds-free cleanser

Abandoning the word shampoo, Los Angeles-based hairstylist Chaz Dean created Wen Sweet Almond Mint Cleansing Conditioner, a non-lathering cleanser made from herbs and other natural ingredients. It’s made without detergents such as sulfates. ($28, 473 mL)

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2. Dry shampoo

Popular in the ’70s, dry shampoo is back. Also known as hair powder, dry shampoos let you freshen up your hair without having to hit the shower. They help absorb oil and can add volume to fine hair. Batiste Dry Shampoo in Blush is formulated with rice starch. ($9, 150 mL)

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3. Dry-mist hairspray

Hairsprays are hot again, but the news is a fine ultra-dry mist that allows you to run a brush through your hair. Joico
JoiShape Shaping & Finishing Spray
is also more enviro-friendly than bygone sprays (it boasts it reduces chem­icals known as VOCs). ($19, 300 mL)

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4. Sulfate-free shampoo

Sulfates give shampoos their lather but they may fade colour-treated hair. L’Oréal Paris EverPure Smooth Shampoo for colour-treated hair omits sulfates and uses naturally derived cleansers and conditioners to lock in hair colour and protect it from fading. ($11, 250 mL)

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5. Exotic conditioning oil

Infused with the beauty ingredi­ent argan oil-used for centuries by Moroccan women as a nourishing treatment for hair, skin and nails-MoroccanOil Treatment‘s mix of vitamins and protein zaps frizz and leaves hair soft and shiny. ($39, 100 mL)

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