If being a teen in the 2000s taught us anything, it鈥檚 that bling is king. That鈥檚 probably the reason we can鈥檛 help but fall for every sequin-themed DIY project. But when it comes to our beauty philosophy, it鈥檚 less about rhinestones and more about glossed-out shine. As much love as texturized hair is getting these days, on that first day of freshly washed hair, we can鈥檛 help but crave a little glass-like sheen. Below, we鈥檙e giving you five products that bring the shine. Hit play on Fergie鈥檚 2006 hit 鈥淕lamorous鈥 and read on, because all of these picks are glossy, glossy.

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1. Kenra Professional Shine Spray ($17): Loved by hairstylists and dubbed a 鈥渂lowout in a bottle鈥 by more than a few reviewers, this is a must-have. The key is the nozzle which emits a superfine mist of gloss-inducing oil. Apply to dry hair for glass-like shine and to tame frizz and flyaways.

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2. Drybar The Chaser Shine Cream ($29): For amping up the shine while wet-styling hair, this dream cream is the one.

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3. Nick Chavez Starlet Shine Spray ($19): If you have fine hair that can鈥檛 help but fall flat after a styling sesh, reach for this finishing spray. It鈥檚 incredibly light, so it boosts shine without weighing down your locks.

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4. Garnier Fructis Style Sleek & Shine Brilliantine Shine Glossing Spray ($3): We love this option for a couple of reasons: One, it costs less than a latte, and two, it鈥檚 a lifesaver for humid weather. Top tip: Spray this on your hands and then run your hands through your hair, as opposed to spraying directly onto strands.

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5. Yarok Feed Your Shine Hair Serum Drops ($26): Calling all girls with curls: This light-as-a-feather vegan formula not only nourishes and protects strands, but it also leaves them smooth and glossy.

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