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Dry Sham­poo

Dry sham­poos are a lazy girl’s dream—es­pe­cially when they’re as good as this reader fave, which is made with ab­sorb­ing rice starch. Moroc­canoil Dry Sham­poo ($28.50)

Hair mask

The 2015 win­ner clinched the ti­tle again. Af­ter us­ing the but­tery mask, Saiqa Karim of Rich­mond Hill, Ont., said her hair had “a glossy shine.” L’Oréal Pro­fes­sion­nel Mythic Oil Masque ($32)

Hair spray

This strong-hold but non-crunchy hair­spray is a fave back­stage at Fash­ion Week. “It was not sticky at all, and the scent was amaz­ing,” said Jes­sica Luc­duc of Ot­tawa, of the or­ange­blos­som and san­dal­wood for­mula. Red­ken Triple Take 32 Ex­treme High-Hold Hair­spray ($20.59)

Heat-re­sis­tant Smooth­ing Treat­ment

Nicole Ray­mond of Île Per­rot, Que., didn’t have any bad­hair days while us­ing this lo­tion, which con­trols frizz with­out weigh­ing down hair. “I would buy a whole crate,” she said. EIMI Per­fect Me Light­weight Beauty Balm Lo­tion ($20)

Sham­poo and Con­di­tioner (non­coloured hair)

Ar­gan oil gets lots of hype—and for good rea­son. It’s rich in mois­tur­iz­ing vi­ta­min E and fatty acids. Even bet­ter? It’s a sul­phate- and paraben-free for­mula. OGX Ex­tra Strength Hy­drate & Re­pair+ Ar­gan Oil of Morocco Sham­poo and Con­di­tioner ($11 each)

Sham­poo and Con­di­tioner (dam­aged hair)

Un­der $10 Hair is like skin: The less mois­ture it has, the duller it be­comes. Svet­lana Nau­menko of Mon­treal no­ticed re­sults from this pair (which has the high­est con­cen­tra­tions of the brand’s mois­tur­iz­ing com­plex) af­ter just one use. “My hair be­came su­per-silky,” she said. Pan­tene Ex­pert In­tense Hy­dra­tion Sham­poo and Con­di­tioner ($9.99 each) Over $10 If go­ing Gwen Ste­fa­ni­plat­inum fried your hair, try this pair. They zero in on the strands that are the most dam­aged. L’Oréal Pro­fes­sion­nel Ab­so­lut Re­pair Sham­poo ($18.50) and Con­di­tioner ($21)

Sham­poo and Con­di­tioner (coloured hair)

Your new caramel bal­ayage is safe in the pep­per­mint suds of this duo. It con­tains no colour-strip­ping sul­phates, and a combo of co­conut, sugar and corn pre­vents brassi­ness. Pure­ol­ogy Hy­drate Sham­poo ($30.80) and Con­di­tioner ($33.30)

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