25 Home Decor Designs That Master Quiet Luxury

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The quiet luxury trend is more than a Sophia Richie-inspired fad — it's also a home decor style that's all about simplicity and elegance without being over-the-top showy or opulent. It's minimalism, elevated (or the introvert's guide to decor 😉). "I think there is an exhaustion that has finally set in from keeping up with The Joneses and now everyone just wants to live comfortably. Period," says Lauren Meichtry of Elsie Home. "To that end, quiet luxury is wealth without the display. Comfort without the fuss. Elegance without ostentation."

The idea behind it is to incorporate higher quality, but fewer pieces throughout your home to create a look that exudes sophistication. We were in awe of the designs below from some of the country's most coveted designers, who are mastering the trend. Here are their takes on quiet luxury that we *cannot* stop admiring. Get inspiration, learn a few tricks of the trade, and create a space that feels like home.

Design: A1000XBetter | Photography by Michael P.H. Clifford

This Eagle Rock home designed by Kirsten Blazek of A 1000X Betteris a "Japandi-inspired haven," says builder Walreed Delawari. Japandi is a design aesthetic that combines Japanese and Scandinavian interiors, and is almost synonymous with quiet luxury. The reproduction of Mario Bellini's Camaleonda modular sofa is stunning and cozy at the same time -- perfect for reading a book or lounging with friends. Looking for a perfect white? Kirsten used Benjamin Moore Simple White (OC-117) around the home.

Design: A1000XBetter | Photography by Michael P.H. Clifford

The A 1000X Better design features clean and minimal Japanese elements with a warm Scandinavian palette. The credenza is Crate and Barrel's Honore Oak Wood Media Console by Athena Calderone.

Design: A1000XBetter | Photography by Michael P.H. Clifford

"The home is clad with wood and painted in dark green and earthy tones, giving a cozy yet quiet luxury vibe," says Walreed. Look for muted tones, unique textures, and soft design elements to achieve the ease and comfort of this design. The dining table is Crate and Barrel's Paradox in Natural Oak.

Design: A1000XBetter | Photography by Michael P.H. Clifford

This curved black fluted island is the prominent feature of the kitchen, mixed with marble countertops and shelving for an elegant (yet so not boring) look.

Design: A1000XBetter | Photography by Michael P.H. Clifford

Bringing in artwork, plants, and vintage rugs (with restraint) make the room feel lived in but clean and uncluttered.

Design: A1000XBetter | Photography by Michael P.H. Clifford

Dream bathroom, anyone? Small vases and decor inside the shower create a comforting room to relax and unwind.

Design: Allprace | Photography by Michael P.H. Clifford

This Los Angeles home by Allprace Homes is a "soft interpretation of Catalan modernism, " says builder James Mulyadi. Designer Shanty Wijaya wanted to honor the home's original Spanish-style design. "Although this specific aesthetic tends to be busy, Shanty reduced the intensity of the design by creating softer moments and incorporated neutral color palettes throughout the home," adds James.

Design: Allprace | Photography by Michael P.H. Clifford

The Allprace team achieved a calm and soothing feeling, James notes, by keeping more eye-level design elements more muted and creating tension by using busier patterns and non-traditional elements on the ceiling and floor level, like this Bibiena Variegato Terracotta tile that we're currently obsessed with.

Design: Allprace | Photography by Michael P.H. Clifford

The custom barrel vault scalloped ceiling adds a unique dimension to the space while keeping it warm and cozy. The dreamy Six Penny Sofa and Lulu and Georgia Boucle Swivel Chair accentuates the cozy luxury of the space. The curvy coffee table comes from Restoration Hardware.

Design: House of Honey | Photography by Victoria Pearson

This Montecito home is "a soulful take on the modern farmhouse," says Tamara Kaye-Honey, founder, principal and creative director at House Of Honey. The family of five from the Bay Area wanted a home with a sophisticated vibe that was not too precious, yet filled with lots of personality and character, she adds.

Design: House of Honey | Photography by Victoria Pearson

"We take our design seriously," says Tamara, "but always with a wink and a smile." A doorway to the outside frames the homeowner's bold artwork.

Design: House of Honey | Photography by Victoria Pearson

"It is an eclectic curation of old and new, with décor tailored to personally reflect its owners," says Tamara. This office space is the perfect canvas for clearing your head. Quiet luxury inspires creative thinking too.

Design: House of Honey | Photography by Victoria Pearson

As a backdrop to the more decorative pieces, Tamara used calm, natural and understated materials like travertine, oakwood slats, blackened steel, and sandstone to achieve a quiet luxury aesthetic.

Design: House of Honey | Photography by Victoria Pearson

Art pieces by Jason Koharik, an LA-based artist, function as lighting too. These Salt cubes, a sand-blasted white milkglass cube in three sizes, are mounted to the ceiling over the huge Bianca Lasa marble island.

Design: House of Honey | Photography by Victoria Pearson

Tamara and team achieve a home design that she says is unassumingly sophisticated, modern, and rich with personality and humor.

Design: Ome Dezin | Photography by Austin Leis

"Timeless luxury" is how Joelle Kutner of Ome Dezin describes this Los Angeles home. "The home has a dreamy pink and neutral color palette, which gives the entire space a calming and contemporary feel," she says.

Design: Ome Dezin | Photography by Austin Leis

Joelle and her cofounder Jesse Rudolph drew inspiration from a 2018 trip to Europe from Paris to Barcelona. Some key elements: checkered flooring, playful patterns, and unique shapes. This marble sink stands out in an otherwise minimal powder room.

Design: Ome Dezin | Photography by Austin Leis

We're totally getting European cottage vibes in the living room.

Design: Ome Dezin | Photography by Austin Leis

A Lulu & Georgia bed and Frank Gehry wiggle chair by Vitra show the mix of old and new in the inspiring space.

Design: Ome Dezin | Photography by Tessa Neustadt

The mix of wood, marble, and checkered tile let the materials speak for themselves -- very little actual decor needed.

Design: Ome Dezin | Photography by Tessa Neustadt

The tile in the living area is from Arto and speaks to the overall Spanish-style architecture. We love the look that feels quiet and timeless but also cozy and cool.

Design: Shaolin Low of Studio Shaolin | Photo: Kaila Edwards

"Invest in pieces that will stand the test of time and be authentic to your style," says Hawaii-based designer Shaolin Low of Studio Shaolin. This neutral bath plays with pattern to create more visual interest.

Design: Shaolin Low of Studio Shaolin | Photo: Megan Moura

Comfort is key in a quiet luxury design. "My definition of Quiet Luxury is based on a visual calmness within a neutral palette that lets your mind rest, your soul find some inner peace in a busy life, and envelop you in quiet moments," says Laura Freeman of Merits Design Group.

Design: Shaolin Low of Studio Shaolin | Photo: Kaila Edwards

"The use of high-quality, enduring materials such as marble, brass, and natural woods that age gracefully over time," adds Shaolin.

Design: Shaolin Low of Studio Shaolin | Photo: Kaila Edwards

What do you think of the quiet luxury trend? Find more home decor inspiration in our Home Decor page.

Main photo: Design: House of Honey | Photography by Victoria Pearson

The Barcelona-based fashion brand Mango always has unique styles at affordable prices. We love them for summer dresses and good basics. They're home decor line also offers the same on-trend looks, in natural fibers like linen and cotton, that are not wildly expensive. Bonus: they're all 30 percent off as of this publication. Here are 20 of our favorite Mango home decor basics for summer, from bedding to bath to accessories you'll adore.

Floral and Striped Reversible Duvet

Get two looks in one with this reversible cotton duvet, perfect for your home decor mood changes. Florals are for when you're feeling fancy, and stripes for when you're angling for a classic summer look.

Check Cotton Duvet Cover

Summer is all about checks. Get your greens with this cotton duvet with matching pillowcases.

Embroidered Flounce Cotton Duvet Cover

This 100% cotton duvet and pillowcase set is the perfect canvas for your summer bedding. The embroidered flounce has just a hint of coquette charm.

Striped Cotton Duvet Cover

Go for a bolder look with these large peach cabana stripes, a hot summer trend.

Rectangular Basket With Handles

Put these baskets in the bathroom, kitchen, bedroom for all the little trinkets that need a place to store.

Boulcé Wool Pillow Cushion Case

Neutrals stand out when there's a range of textures. This bouclé pillow gives your chair or sofa some cushion with some visual interest thrown in.

Floral Print Tablecloth

This tablecloth says outdoor summer party all over it. Romanticize your summer with it!

Aluminum Candle Holder

Add elegant candles to your summer soirées, indoors or out.

Linen Curtain

Linen curtains offer just the right amount of window covering in the summer and are versatile for any room.

Striped Cotton Blanket

This cotton throw is light enough for breezy summer days or nights. Toss a couple in a basket on your outdoor patio!

Wool Striped Fringe Rug

This wool rug will stand the test of time wherever it lands. Classic and comfy.

Rectangular Wooden Tray

Whether serving breakfast in bed, drinks to guests, or using to consolidate your dresser decor, this beautiful tray offers many uses.

Striped Apron

If you like to cook, this simple apron keeps you protected from splashes and spills.

Cotton Striped Beach Towel

These large cotton beach towels (also available in green and orange) are perfect for packing for the pool or beach.

Cotton Bath Towels

This soft and absorbent towel set comes in a range of colors.

Cotton Checkered Tablecloth

Get that summer cafe vibe with this darling checkered tablecloth.

Magnolia Scented Candle

This veggie wax candle burns its magnolia scent for 45 hours. Use it indoors or out!

Striped Beach Sarong Towel

Lounge on it as a towel or wrap it around like a sarong, this striped towels works both ways.

Striped Robe

When you're feeling the lazy days of summer, plan to relax or just cover up in this striped cotton spa-like robe.

Striped Face Towel

Black and white stripes never go out of style. Made in Portugal, they are soft, absorbent and inspired by Mediterranean decor.

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We still haven't gotten over the Bridgerton season 3 ending, or how it perfectly sets us up for season 4. But while all's well that ends well for Penelope and Colin, there's one character whose journey seems far from over: Cressida Cowper. Cressida had one of the craziest arcs this season — she became friends with Eloise, gave us a look into her family life, tried (and failed) to take credit for Lady Whistledown, and then seemed to leave the Ton for a life in Wales with her Aunt Joanna. Well, it turns out the Bridgerton season 3 finale had an alternate ending, and one detail would have changed EVERYTHING for Cressida.

@catquinn Cressida Cowper’s hair cage in the Bridgerton season 3 finale holds so much significance in a deleted scene from the show. Her mom Araminta comes to save her in an alternative ending and holds the key to her freedom. (Not Benedict as people are saying). It sounds like we will see more of Cressida in season 4. Im hoping she gets her happy ending. Hair by Grace Gorman @AHairyBusiness under the direction of hair and makeup designer Erika Okvist. #bridgertonseason3#bridgerton#bridgerton3#cressidacowper#cressida#greenscreen @Netflix @Bridgerton ♬ Give Me Everything (Stripped Down) - Archer Marsh

At the end of the season, we see Cressida Cowper riding away in a carriage, and actress Jessica Madsen reveals that we don't actually know for sure where she's going. "We did shoot a different ending," she tells Entertainment Weekly. "I don't know whether she is going to her aunt's because we actually don't see her aunt in the carriage. So, it could be that she's off somewhere by herself."

But Jessica also reveals the season had an alternate ending that would have changed Cressida's future. "[In the first ending we shot], Lady Cowper actually came to save her, and got in the carriage with her and they left together," Jessica adds. "I had a caged bird in my hair with a little door and Lady Cowper had the key."

TikTok user and Bridgerton expert Cat Quinn reveals hairstylist Grace Gorman told her the cage represents Cressida being chained to her life, with no way out. But having Lady Cowper choose Cressida would have shown Cressida wasn't as alone as she felt, and that she didn't have to isolate herself.

"It was a really beautiful moment," showrunner Jess Brownell tells EW of the alternate ending. "But in the edit, Shonda [Rhimes] and I talked about the fact that it felt like an ending for Cressida. It felt like it wrapped up her story and we intentionally wanted to leave it so that we can tell a bit more story with Cressida next season."

I would have loved to see this alternate ending, but I hope we can see some more mother-daughter unity later on because I am definitely not ready to say goodbye to Cressida.

Would you have preferred this alternate ending? Let us know your hottest Bridgerton take in the comment!

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The all-white kitchen has become a dated decor trend as more earthy kitchens with a little more soul are falling in favor. In designing award-winning authentic Italian restaurant Nardó in West Hollywood, celeb designer Francesca Grace created a stunning space that she describes as a love letter to Italy, her family, and her passion for design. And it totally shows.

Francesca used a mix of earthy and warm tones, velvets, fringe and stripes to create a space that feels less like a typical restaurant and more like you’re having dinner at your chic friend's cozy home, making it the perfect inspiration for your at-home kitchen and dining areas.

Here are 10 home decor ideas we’re stealing from this lovely and inviting LA hotspot.

Banquette Seating

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Banquette seating is just cozier, and the perfect perch for enjoying a wonderful meal with friends. Francesca uses banquette seating in all areas inside the restaurant, from this gorgeous front room to the Old Chapel-inspired room with extra-tall ceilings to the upstairs, which is inspired by a casual Italian cafe.

Fringe

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I'm just smitten with her use of fringe throughout the space. From these charming chandeliers to the bottom of the banquette seating to the outdoor umbrellas, fringe adds a touch of bohemian and vintage vibe to a glamorous space.

Vienna Chairs

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I've always loved the look of the classic bentwood chair originally designed by German-Austrian cabinet maker Michael Thonet to represent a practical "consumer" chair. Its often used in European restaurants and such a great classic choice here!

Vintage Stripes

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The upstairs balcony dining area is reminiscent of the bustling Italian cafés that Francesca has spent so much time in throughout her life and travels. The bold red stripes are so fun for a festive space to celebrate or just catch up friends. The ruffled floral sconce also hints to the European coquette trend, where romance reigns.

Hand-drawn Mural

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Each space in the restaurant instantly transports you into a different region in Italy. Here's what Francesca calls the Chapel room, where her sister Dede painted a Rome-inspired mural. Francesca talks more about her inspiration behind this design in this Reel.

Classic Prints + Patterns

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Francesca used eclectic prints and infused the space with her signature maximalist style to create a vibe that is intimate and cozy. The checkerboard tile around the wood-fired oven, paired with the toile upholstery of the bar stools and banquette in the front room, is such a refreshing departure from the modern, minimal aesthetic that has dominated kitchen decor over the last decade.

A Pop of Pink

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I'm in love with this pink patio outside. It's the perfect compliment to the earthy, eclectic mood indoors. The checkered pattern on the seating echos the checkerboard tile inside too. Olive trees are ideal for Italian decor in LA climate!

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The fringe on the outdoor umbrellas are a nice touch too. I can't decide if I want dine al fresco or indoors, both are a feast for the eyes!

Dried Flowers

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This dried flower installation is chef's kiss! Incorporating an earthy element like this natural wall hanging brings the outdoors in and feels like a throwback to old-school Italian eateries.

Black + White Tile

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The rustic black and white tile is classic and totally on trend. It's the perfect neutral to the space and ties in all of the elements while allowing them to shine.

Quirky Messages

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Shut up and eat! Love this simple phrase on the outdoor patio. Good design always has a sense of humor;)

Photographed by Dusty Kessler

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However you celebrate the Fourth of July this year, you can agree that no festivity is complete without some kind of burger recipe. Beef patties and American cheese are a *classic* combination, but these modern iterations deliver a little more in the way of concept and flavor (with vegan + veggie options in the mix). Now let the fireworks begin! 🎆

Hawaiian Salmon Burgers with Grilled Pineapple

As if spiced salmon burgers weren't juicy enough, sugared pineapple rings add moisture and char to these well-rounded sandwiches. (via Brit + Co.)

Feta-Stuffed Lamb Burgers

Go Greek with these tender lamb burgers, filled with parsley-studded feta and finished with homemade tzatziki sauce. (via Brit + Co.)

Indian-Spiced Veggie Burgers

Brown rice and smashed potatoes make incredibly fluffy burgers, while veggies and spices add a healthy boost and Indian flavor to the mix. (via Brit + Co.)

Breakfast Cheeseburger

Start the meat fest early with this marvelous monstrosity of a breakfast sandwich. It's a hybrid between American and English breakfasts, complete with sausage, white bread, bacon, eggs, and much more. (via Brit + Co.)

Sticky Belly Pork Burger with Quick Pickled Veggies

Rich pork belly doesn't *just* belong in ramen. Glazed in a sweet and salty sauce, layered with crispy pickled veg, and sandwiched between two buns, it's just as good — if not better. (via Kitchen Sanctuary)

Vegan Italian Sausage Burgers

For a good time, form these savory and spiced vegan burger patties using meatless ground beef and spicy plant-based Italian sausage. You'll thank us for the killer combo later. (via This Wife Cooks)

Double Bacon Cheeseburger with Caramelized Onions

There's no need to brave the In-N-Out drive-thru lines for a mean double cheeseburger. With bacon and cheddar inside of each patty, this sammy goes a step above Animal Style. (via Foodie Crush)

Vegan Berliner Burger

Inspired by Berlin street food, this veggie burger combines lentils and nutritional yeast with German flavors such as sauerkraut and curry ketchup for a melodious mashup of cuisines. (via Making Thyme for Health)

Seitan Burgers

A combo of savory seitan and vibrant spice creates a burger experience that satisfies both your taste buds *and* your desire for a hearty, plant-based dinner. (via Live Eat Learn)

Grilled Pimiento-Stuffed Burgers

Why layer a puny slice of cheese atop your burger when you could stuff the patty full of creamy pimiento? This recipe proves the sheer power of making a twist on traditional culinary takes. (via Pink Owl Kitchen)

Crispy Chicken Burger with Honey Mustard Coleslaw

Coleslaw, uniquely made with honey mustard, cuts right through the richness of crispy fried chicken in this burger recipe. Creamy gouda adds the best melty-ness to the sandwich, while red onion and jalapeño offer welcome pockets of heat. (via Kitchen Sanctuary)

Southwest Veggie Burger

Southwest-inspired flavors bring the savory to you in the burger recipe. Those seeking a delicious plant-powered kick will want to opt for this pick. (via The Endless Meal)

Easy Black Bean Burgers

Need a go-to veggie burger? Try this black bean patty, paired most excellently with sriracha mayo and smashed avocado. (via Making Thyme for Health)

Vegan Red Wine-Marinated and Black Pepper-Seared Beyond Burgers

Look indulgence right in the eye with the gourmet allure of these black pepper-crusted red wine burgers. The flavors reveal themselves with bold sophistication, which will make every bite you take a *truly* heavenly experience. (via No Eggs Or Ham)

Crispy Fish Burger with Lemon Garlic Mayo

It's about time fish sandwiches had a moment. The fried filets on these bodacious buns have the *ideal* golden-brown exterior, while lettuce and lemony mayo brighten things up. (via Kitchen Sanctuary)

Paleo Sweet Potato Lamb Burgers (Whole30-Friendly)

These burgers are unexpectedly sandwiched between sweet potato buns that add terrific texture to the rest of the inclusions. The standout feature of this burger recipe has *got* to be the lamb patties, though, which offer a unique twist that will leave your taste buds begging for more. (via Rachel Mansfield)

Easy Salmon Burger

If you're on a salacious seafood kick, whip up some salmon burgers! They're mild enough to please a crowd — and no one ever had a bad thing to say about a crispy panko coating. (via Salt & Lavender)

Indian-Inspired Chicken Naan Burgers

Make these tandoori-esque chicken burgers to take the less expected route for dinner. This burger recipe is built upon a pillowy naan flatbread that wraps the insides up in super delectable comfort. (via The Girl On Bloor)

Chicken Burgers with Feta and Sun-Dried Tomato

Pair these moist, never greasy burgers with bright feta and sun-dried tomato, plus an irresistible pesto mayo you'll want to eat with pretty much everything else on your plate. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Burgers on Sourdough Pretzel Buns

With this two-in-one recipe, now you can combine your summer faves – burgers and soft pretzels! Instead of settling for boring store-bought burger buns, just make your own at home, and relish in your tasty, tasty creation. (via Barley & Sage)

Salsa Black Bean Burger

Crafting your own black bean patties is the most rewarding way around a burger, and this recipe sets the steps out simply. You can even make patties ahead of time, and freeze them until you need them! (via Feel Good Foodie)

Turmeric Falafel Burgers

If you've never considered falafel to be nothing other than mouthwatering, this chickpea-based burger, oozing with tahini sauce, *might* change your mind. (via Making Thyme for Health)

Zesty Chimichurri Burgers

You can make a sauce for your burger – only using fresh cilantro and staple ingredients – that's much more interesting than OG ketchup or mustard. Zingy chimichurri flavors complement charred beef with citrusy heat in this decadent burger recipe. (via Joyful Healthy Eats)

Szechuan Beef Burgers

Set your taste buds ablaze with these *explosive* Szechuan beef burgers that combine bold flavors and juicy patties. Each bite delivers a fiery yet flavorful kick that will keep you craving. (via A Spicy Perspective)

Fried Mozzarella and Caramelized Peach Caprese Burger

Experience real burger bliss with layers of fried mozzarella and caramelized peaches! This quirky offshoot from the traditional burger recipe creates a symphony of sweet, savory, and cheesy that just makes our mouths water. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Herbed Goat Cheese and Heirloom Tomato Burgers

You can transform store-bought patties in a pinch with ingredients like goat cheese, sliced tomatoes, and fresh herbs. It takes very little effort, and no one will notice the difference. (via The Healthy Epicurean)

Make good use of your grill this Fourth of July with a burger dripping with cheese, coleslaw, and more. A good burger recipe will take your cookout to the next level and help you celebrate in tasty style.

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Have you ever wondered why is your hair is so greasy after you just washed it a day ago? Or have you thought about how you can stop your hair from getting so greasy in the first place? If you have, then it might mean that you need a shampoo targeted specifically for oily hair! And you're not alone — many people struggle with oiliness as soon as one day after washing! So, if this is you, then we've got good news!

We consulted the experts Kristina Maccaro (owner of Love Lane Salon), Megan Brooks (hair specialist and stylist), and Tom Yates (founder of Cut Throat Club) to understand how to prevent oily hair and exactly what shampoos will help. In the end, these should leave you with fresh, smooth, non greasy, lucious locks, so keep reading for all their incredible tips!

What ingredients should you look for in shampoos for oily hair?

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For oily hair, you want to keep in mind a few things with your shampoo. First, you want to look for ingredients that will deep cleanse, allow you to use them frequently (oily hair requires more frequent washes), and that offers hydration after your deep cleanse. We asked Kristina Maccaro, owner of Love Lane Salon, what ingredients to look for, and she said these are all important and beneficial for oily hair:

  • Activated Charcoal: This helps to draw out impurities and excess oil from the scalp.
  • Eucalyptus Oil: While it may seem contradictory to use oil on oily hair, this has natural antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties. It also amazingly helps to control oil production.
  • Rosemary: Rosemary's been the talk of the town for hair growth, but it ultimately promotes scalp health, which is key for maintaining your oiliness.
  • Mint Essential Oil: Mint soothes the scalp and controls excess oil.
  • Lemongrass Essential Oil: This is an astringent (a chemical that removes excess oils) that helps regulate oil secretion.
  • Vitamin E: Vitamin E helps reduce inflammation and itchiness.
  • Salicylic Acid: Much like in certain face washes and skincare products, this unclogs pores and removes dirt, sebum, and dead skin cells from your scalp.
  • Aloe Vera: Aloe vera is beloved in many products, and its anti-inflammatory properties that promote scalp health and hydration.

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Living Proof PHD Triple Detox

I asked hair specialist and stylist Megan Brooks to give me her top shampoo recommendations and she offered a ringing endorsement, saying, "These are the only shampoos I'll use on my oily hair!"

This detox shampoo from Living Proof is her first recommendation. Brooks said, "This shampoo is an ideal choice for all those struggling with oily hair because this shampoo instantly removes dirt, oil, and product buildup without stripping your hair. The best part is it will leave you more time in between washes and leave your hair feeling refreshed and clean."

Bonus: You only need to use it once or twice a week because it's a detox shampoo!

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Necessaire Shampoo

Brooks says this shampoo from Necessaire is great for targeting oily hair because it cleanses really thoroughly. There's an added bonus to this one as well: It also helps if you have a chronic itchy scalp! We love multi-use products!

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Kristin Ess Clarifying Shampoo

Brooks also recommends the Kristin Ess Clarifying Shampoo that helps to detox your hair. It contains no sulfates (which we love), and helps to remove any buildup in the hair while also keeping it hydrated. But make sure to skip on this one if you have colored hair — you don't want to unintentionally strip the dye.

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Bumble and Bumble Sunday Clarifying Shampoo

Brooks notes that this is a great option for those who need a serious deep cleaning. She says, "Bumble and Bumble Sunday Clarifying Shampoo is here to make a difference because it cleanses away oil, pollutants, and buildup on our scalp — leaving it squeaky, clean, and feeling renewed." It also contains aloe which helps to soothe and hydrate your hair.

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Redken Hair Cleansing Cream

Brooks adds that this cleansing cream from Redken is a great pick. She explains that she loves this one because it's sure to leave your hair feeling fresh and oil-free for four days straight! Don't believe us? Try it out for yourself. This gem of a shampoo has ingredients that loosen and help to remove the dirt from your hair like AHA fruit acid, salicylic acid, and glycerine.

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Luseta Tea Tree Shampoo

When we talked to Tom Yates, founder of Cut Throat Club, he mentioned that shampoos with tea tree oil tend to work the best and most thorough. He says, "Tea tree oil acts as a thorough cleanser, helping to reduce the sebum levels on the scalp and ultimately preventing oily hair. It also helps to massage the tea tree oil-based shampoo into your scalp before rinsing, to dislodge dirt and ensure excess oil is removed."

He suggests this Luseta Tea Tree Shampoo to help thoroughly cleanse the scalp and get rid of any excess oil or build up.

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Faith in Nature Tea Tree Shampoo

Yates also recommends is this shampoo from Faith and Nature. It also has tea tree oil in it which is exactly what we're looking for with oily hair. Plus, it's under $15, so you can refresh your hair care routine well within budget!

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Australian Tea Tree Oil Shampoo

Yates' final recommendation is another tea tree oil option, but what's even better? It's cheaper than all of our other shampoos for oily hair listed! It's only $12, and has all the great ingredients with everything we've been looking for!

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