Now that we've entered the coldest months of the year, it's time to re-evaluate our haircare regimens. Frigid temperatures usually result in dry locks, frizz, and other not-so-glamorous issues. However, that's not to say these predicaments can't be solved lickety-split with a few standout products and smart tips from experts. While we love getting the scoop from hairstylists on the best new products to invest in, this time around we decided to scour the web to unearth what our favorite celebrities are using in their very own cabinets. From the tool Rosie Huntington-Whiteley uses to achieve her effortless waves to a finishing spray that works wonders according to Zoë Kravitz, continue ahead to shop 11 key hair products recommended by celebs.
"To maintain [my braids], I'll use some coconut oil. Bumble and Bumble has really good sprays, too, like Invisible Oil. It moisturizes but doesn't leave your hair feeling greasy." Read the full story.
"Lots of L'Oréal Paris Elnett Hairspray. Always Elnett. It's funny—you think I'm just saying that because I work with L'Oréal, but I've been on shoots for other companies where they may have a competing beauty line, and they actually cover the Elnett with duct tape. Everyone uses it. And then to finish, a little teasing at the roots. Especially when you have body down at the bottom, it can get flat at the top. I know people like to tease tight with a comb, but I like getting a big soft-bristle brush—I always use Mason Pearson brushes—and do two big strokes inward toward the parting. Then you can shake it and it all looks messier." Read the full story.
"When I'm on tour, I tend to be more careful with it. I don't blow dry or use heat. I also love to use protective hairstyles and lots of hats. I like Cantu's shea butter leave-in conditioning repair cream, and I enjoy stream treatments." Read the full story.
"If I've got time, I'll run a tong through my hair; it's called the Beachwaver by Sarah Potempa, and that's just foolproof." Read the full story.
"Once a week, I set up a time where I wash and deep-condition and very carefully comb out my hair, always starting with the ends. I usually sit under a heat cap to penetrate the conditioner, and when it's all clean and rinsed, I twist it with two strands of hair into twists. When I take them out, I shower again… not getting the hair wet, but letting the steam frizz my hair up a bit more." Read the full story.
"As a curly girl, it took me a long time to find what works. In the shower, I detangle section by section. I use [DevaCurl's] No Poo-Original, Heaven in Hair, and mix B'Leave-In with Arc Angel Gel. I twist it up in a towel turban and let it air-dry because I like my hair to be really big." Read the full story.
"For me, it's always a battle of not damaging [my hair] too much and getting a perfect amount of texture. So I usually just curl it with some basic iron; I do it in sections, and then brush it out and spray it with Elnett. Then I spray some Living Proof Instant Texture Mist in, and I'll use Bumble and Bumble Prêt-à-Powder." Read the full story.
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"Batiste Original Formula dry shampoo works so much better than any other dry shampoo I've ever tried. It's ridiculously amazing and lets you work a blowout for as long as possible. Plus, it's not expensive. It puts other dry shampoos to shame." Read the full story.
"Everyone needs a gorgeous brush in their life," JVN tells us. He likes this one from Olivia Garden because it has an attachable pick at the end that you can use to part the hair; plus it's gentle enough to be used as a wet brush. Read the full story.
"I apply it every time I come out of the shower. My hair's really thin, so it gets really knotty quickly, and that one's not too oily," she explained. Read the full story.