4 Recommended Haircare Products For A Smoother Fall 2016

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Photo: Courtesy of Red Market Salon / David Cotteblanche

The beginning of fall is like a clean slate. The time to change our wardrobe to cardigans and booties is upon us, sweaty walks to and from work are no more and opportunities for new fashion and beauty products emerge almost immediately.

The changing of seasons also calls for some attention and TLC to your gorgeous locks. This means using products that repair the damage done from putting up your hair to beat the heat and all of those poolside days off.

Luckily, here are a few of Downtown’s favorite hair products that nourish your locks back to life:

  • R+Co’s High Dive Moisture and Shine Cream at $27rco_con_trans_highdive

If moisturizing is what you’re looking for, moisturizing is what you’ll get with this cream. R+Co’s High Dive cream ensures a frizz-free look with plenty of smooth and shine.

Now you don’t have to be turned off to the thought of putting oil in your hair. Reverie’s Ever Oil promises a “non-greasy, light-weight” formula that helps smooth the cuticle, repair breakage and add shine to your hair. This oil also serves as a color protectant and supports the ultimate restoration of dry hair.

If you’re looking for a pre-product to combat dry hair, try Alterna 10’s Perfect Blend shampoo. This sulfate-free product is perfect for all hair types and uses 10 rich ingredients for a shiny and healthy feel.

This hair masque guarantees your hair will be “completely reconstructed from inside out” with the use of this product. To use, simply put a quarter-sized amount in your palm and apply onto the length and ends of your wet hair, then fully rinse out the masque after 10 to 15 minutes. The masque immediately detangles and restores any damage, leaving healthy and revitalized hair.

If your hair is looking like straw after all of those days in the summer sun, these products are sure to enrich and rebuild your hair to its smoothest form just in time for your fall debut. Now go strut your stuff, New York!