Vogue Recommends: 10 Hair Tools, Products, and Treatments You Need in the Editor’s Vanity

I know I made the mistake of focusing all my attention (and my products) on my hair and forgetting about the scalp, but that’s usually the kind of thing that leads to dandruff and an oily scalp. I use Briogeo Exfoliating Shampoo once a week and it contains plant-derived micro-exfoliators that slough off dead skin and prevent product buildup for a clean, balanced scalp. Sometimes I don’t do this every week in the cooler months because my hair is frizzy – but if your hair is oily and prone to dandruff – this is your new holy grail.

Babyliss Pro Secret Curling Iron

Good confession time. I’ve always been freaked out by curling irons and always worried about it burning my hair or my hair or both. That’s why the Babyliss Hair Curler came as a blessing. All you have to do is hold a section of hair and let the device draw it into a ceramic curling chamber where it creates the perfect curl. There is also a beep sound to keep a check on the time and you can create tighter and softer and looser curls with it.

Sunday Forever Silk Pillowcase

Switching to a silk pillowcase is one of the easiest things you can do for your hair, I quickly noticed my hair had less breakage and frizz. This wasn’t surprising because silk causes less friction against your strands and also retains moisture from products, reducing tangles. An added benefit that I didn’t expect was that hair styled like curls lasted a day longer after I started using a silk pillowcase!

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