1. Aussie’s 3 Minute Miracle – $5.99
This is one of my favorite drugstore hair products, it’s literally my savior!! Aussie’s 3 Minute Miracle will deeply condition all hair types – seriously, once you try it, you will ask yourself how you ever lived without it.
2. Suave Coconut Oil Shampoo – $3.99
Let’s face it – a shampoo is a shampoo – you scrub your hair and rinse it out. There is no need to spend tons of money on a product that you’re just going to wash out right after you put it in! That’s why I love this product, it’s infused with coconut oil so it smells delicious, plus it’s only 4 bucks!
3. OGX Penetrating Oil – $7.99
This baby is my time tested friend. It deeply nourishes your hair without making it feel weighed down and oily.
4. John Frieda Frizz-Ease Hair Serum – $7.99
A little goes a long way with this serum, but with just a little dab, you can protect your hair from heat, eliminate frizz and provide some nice, added shine.
5. Not Your Mother’s Clean Freak Dry Shampoo – $5.99
I was not someone who believed in dry shampoo until I tried this product. It removes excess oil and doesn’t make your hair feel sticky. I am now a believer.
This is one of my favorite drugstore hair products, particularly for those lovely ladies who have brunette hair. Not only does it truly bring out the warm tones, it leaves my hair shiny and soft!
This oil makes me happy whenever I use it. It completely strengthens my hair, while simultaneously providing incredible softness – not sure how they do it, but I absolutely love how the product doesn’t weight my hair down!
When I saw the commercial I had my doubts. But I decided to give it a shot and now I can honestly say I can pull my hair (hello, finals week) and not worry about hair falling out.
I always wanted to try this brand, and when I finally did, I understood right away why it is one of the most popular drugstore hair products. The conditioner moisturizes your hair and prevents breakage, leaving your hair feeling stronger and softer.
This product went above and beyond my expectations. With a very peasant smell and silky finish, I’d definitely recommend it for people with thicker hair – it might weigh down those with thinner strands.