After a summer of salt water, chlorine, and just generally sweaty conditions, your hair could probably use a little extra TLC. Maybe it’s discolored, dry, brittle, or breaking off more easily than usual. Don’t panic: This is normal.
Whether your mane is straight, fine, curly, or anything in between, summer can do a number on your hair. But restoring it to its healthiest state is what settling back into fall self-care routines is all about—you just need to pick the right products based on your hair needs.
The best part? You can stock up on the essentials to support your strands without breaking the bank right now at the Walmart Beauty Glow-Up Event. Check out the Walmart website or head to a store for savings on all your favorite beauty finds until September 24, and snag our picks below (or any of the hundreds of other products you can score savings on during the event) to give your hair the TLC it deserves.
Shop fall hair-care must-haves
KAZMALEJE Kurls Plus Wide Tooth Hair Comb, Cobalt
Sun, chlorine, and messy buns can all be culprits behind breakage and split ends, which can in turn make your tresses tangle more easily. Handle these snares as gently as possible with this wide-tooth comb made for detangling hair of all lengths with minimal stress on your hair. Your scalp and your ends will thank you.
Revlon Smoothstay Coconut Oil-Infused Ceramic Hair Dryer, Black
If your hair is feeling dried out and damaged, you don’t have to forgo heat styling altogether to restore it. You just need to take the proper precautions—like making sure your styling tools are working for you, not against you. This Revlon dryer will do just that, thanks to its heat-sensing technology that maintains an even temperature, while also minimizing heat damage.
Kenra Volume Hairspray, 16 oz
It doesn’t matter whether you’re in a high-humidity atmosphere or a windy place: This hair spray will hold your mane’s style and keep pesky flyaways in place all day long. Plus, if you couldn’t guess from the name, it’ll give you some serious volume, too. Humidity, who?