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18 Hair Products That'll Give You the Lustrous Locks of Your Dreams

Shine bright like a diamond
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Whether slicked-back ponytails or long, loose waves are on trend, one thing is certain: Shiny, glossy hair is always in. Yet regular heat styling and piling on the dry shampoo, mousse and hairspray can leave your hair looking dry and dull.

Getting your hair into healthy, shiny shape is now as simple as reaching for an at-home gloss, or spritzing it with shine spray. Like a choose-your-own-adventure for shine-enhancing products, these picks are exactly what your styling routine (whether it's one step or 10) has been missing. Get ready to do a slow-motion hair toss.

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Daily Dose of Shine
Shiny hair starts with clean strands. Try one of these shine-enhancing shampoos to give you silky-smooth locks without any buildup to block out the shine...

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Wella Oil Reflections Luminous Reveal Shampoo, $22
Containing Camellia Oil and White Tea Extract, this shampoo will give you soft, conditioned and shiny hair without weighing you down. It smells amazing too!

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Herbal Essences Shine Shampoo, $4.99
Herbal Essences uses chamomile, passion flower and aloe vera to gently cleanse strands and impart shine. A classic shampoo that any '90s kid will remember fondly for giving the most deliciously scented, glossy strands for under five bucks.

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Oribe Shampoo for Brilliance & Shine, $49
While this is a bit of a splurge, Oribe shampoos give you a lot of bang for your buck. This formula cleans hair gently, without stripping, and protects strands from the color-depleting elements. Amino acids, pearl and sweet almond proteins leave you with shiny, bouncy hair that looks like you just left the salon.

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