7 Hair Products You’ll Find in Beauty Bloggers’ Bathrooms
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7 Hair Products You’ll Find in Beauty Bloggers’ Bathrooms

There were some seriously swoon-worthy makeup moments at BeautyCon LA, from Kandee Johnson’s killer cat eye to Mr. Kate’s silver face freckle tats (temporary, of course!) to Zendaya’s on-fleek eyebrows. But what really grabbed our attention at the conference for all things beauty was the hair.

Bloggers, YouTube stars and other mega influencers stepped onto the pink carpet (!!!) with the kind of Insta-ready locks you’d expect from always-on-camera pros. So, we couldn’t help but pick their brains about exactly what they put in those covetable strands. Scroll through to get the scoop on these blogger-approved hair products.

Bethany Mota

Must-Have Hair Product: I love using the Drybar Texas Tea Volumizing Shampoo and Conditioner ($85) because it makes my hair so smooth and it is really gentle on my hair. (Photo via @bethanynoelm)

JessiSmiles

Must-Have Hair Product: It’s A 10 Silk Express Miracle Silk Leave-in Silk Conditioner ($22) is a leave-in conditioner and makes your hair so soft. I usually put it on right when I’m done with the shower and just spray it in — since it’s a spray, it’s so easy! (Photo via Jason Merritt/Getty)

Bailee Madison

Must-Have Hair Product: I love the Paul Mitchell Texturizing Sea Spray ($23). It’s really great for summer. I use it every day when I don’t want to do anything. So I just get out of bed, spray it on and kind of texturize it and you get salty waves. (Photo via Jason Merritt/Getty)

Andrea’s Choice

Must-Have Hair Product: My overnight curlers. I use them all the time (I do heatless styles all the time). I just made a video about it. It shows the three styles that I do all the time.

Maddi Bragg

Must-Have Hair Product: Batiste Dry Shampoo ($7). It’s great. I don’t do much to my hair. I usually wear my hair natural and I don’t wash it that much. I don’t know if that’s gross, but it’s good to not wash your hair often. And it definitely helps with the dye. And purple shampoo! If you have blonde hair and want to get rid of the brassy tones, try Shimmer Lights. (Photo via @madisenrosebeauty1)

Naptural85

Must-Have Hair Product: Trader Joe’s Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner ($10). It’s inexpensive and it detangles really well. I have super curly hair and it just needs something that’s gonna get in there, and I need to use a lot of it so it’s great that it’s inexpensive. (Photo via @naptural85)

Mr. Kate

Must-Have Hair Product: Orbie Smooth Style Serum ($49). I have naturally curly hair, and it takes the frizz out of your hair but it’s not super gunky. (Photo via @mrkatedotcom)

Which of these will you try first? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.