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Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Shampoo and Conditioner
By · April 22, 2015

“It’s an invigorating, deep-cleansing shampoo that will remove buildup in the hair and on the scalp.” —Carla Gentry Osorio

$13 each, paulmitchell.com

“Pink lotion tamed my unruly strands as a kid, and now it’s a must-have for my son’s curly locks.” —Nykia Spradley

$8, Rite Aid

“VO5 is the go-to moisture treatment for all hair types. It’s what we compare everything else to.” —Chuck Amos

$5, Walmart

“For years I saw this on shoots in the hands of star stylists. The ‘one pass’ is true, and it’s still a favorite among the new guard of celeb stylists today.” —Pamela Edwards Christiani

$225, bioionic.com

“Hands down, it’s one of the best deep conditioners ever. No more knots, tangles or dryness.” —Andrea Jordan

$29, joico.com

“I can’t live without it. It keeps strands hydrated, the aroma is great and it works well on natural hair.” —Derrick Scurry

$58, 16 oz, Target

“Great for curly and pressed hair as it seals moisture and 
gives terrific shine.” —Hadiiya Barbel

$22, aveda.com

“This legendary product gives hair great shine 
and hydration without residue.” —Derrick Scurry

$5, Walmart

“This hair spray has a light hold and gives me the versatility to brush through the hair when it’s time to switch up my clients’ styles.” —Larry Sims

$15, Walmart

“This is the prototype for what we now call hair masks. Before hair masks, there was Infusium23.” —Chuck Amos

$7, Walmart