6. Hair brush So many styles, so little time. Find one you like and stick with it. Natural bristles are easier on your hair but wear out quicker. Manmade bristles can help with static. Use sudsy ammonia for a gentle cleaning from time to time.
7. Blow dryer Absolutely the first tool you must have for hair care. Blow dryers come in many styles and price ranges. Spend some time picking out the one right for your style. A dryer good for curly locks won’t work if you want super sleek hair.
8. Frizz fighter The grandmother of anti-frizz products, Frizz-Ease does what it says on the bottle, taming unruly tresses with ease. The first silicone based product that smooths humidity created frizz, it makes hair shiny and much smoother and keeps it that way. But use it sparingly; too much will weigh hair down and make it look greasy.