Who needs a good hair day when you can have a whole good hair month? It’s bound to happen, considering the slew of newcomers hitting shelves this August. And in hair care, that’s a big deal, because just one new formula can make all the difference in your strands. We washed, spritzed, and scrunched our way through the new hair products that landed on our desks. From the cutest scrunchie to a celebrity-approved mist, we’re confident one of these products will upgrade your hair routine. The only thing now is to try to stick to your budget. Scroll on to meet your new hair heroes, and check in as we add more favorites throughout the month.

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Lime Crime Unicorn Hair Color Conditioner

After staring at one too many photos of Kate Moss with pink hair and binge-watching Euphoria, I decided it was time to dye my hair pink. I’ve done it before, and it’s always a little messier than I want. So I reached for this tinted conditioner, and it was incredibly easy. I just applied it in the shower, and after about five minutes I was left with the hot-pink hair of my dreams. A word of warning: I would say this is a little stronger than a tint, at least on my bleached hair. It’s really vibrant and has stayed in my hair for over two weeks, so I imagine it’s perfect for keeping fun colors bright between dye sessions. —Bella Cacciatore, beauty associate

$16 at Lime Crime

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In Common Magic Myst Universal Elixir

Nikki Lee and Riawna Capri are probably two of the biggest perfectionistic overachievers I’ve ever met (something you absolutely want in a colorist and hairstylist), so it’s no surprise the celebrity dream team’s hair care line is everything you’d want and more. This “Magic Myst” is essentially a do-it-all spritz that works on a range of hair types to detangle, get rid of frizz, protect your hair color, and add shine. I’m sad just thinking about what I’ll do when it runs out in a few months. —L.S.

$35 at In Common Magic Myst Universal Elixir

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Chelsea King Neutral Leopard Scrunchie

I consider leopard print a neutral, so I’m obviously very into this scrunchie. It’s perfect for adding a little bit of flair to a boring outfit, and it keeps my hair off my face without denting or breaking it. It’s a no brainer. —B.C.

$19.99 at Chelsea King Neutral Leopard Scrunchie


Aveda Sap Moss Weightless Hydrating Shampoo

After years of customers begging Aveda to bring back its beloved hydrating shampoo from the nineties, the brand finally delivered with an upgraded formula. And let me tell you, it was well worth the weight. Both the shampoo and conditioner are silicone-free, so they don’t weigh down your hair. But they’re also made with Icelandic moss and tree sap, which deeply hydrate and lock in moisture. Oh, and did I mention the smell? Think an earthy (but not pungent) rainforest. I’m obsessed. —L.S.

$28 at Aveda Sap Moss Weightless Hydrating Shampoo

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R+Co Centerpiece All-In-One-Elixir Spray

Why use multiple products when you can use one? For lazy girls on the go like moi, this product volumizes, detangles, adds shine, and hydrates with hyaluronic acid (yes, it’s just as good for your hair as your face). Plus, the packaging reminds me of a painting and is pretty enough to display in my bathroom. —B.C.

$32 at R+Co Centerpiece All-In-One-Elixir Spray


Dove Care Between Washes Foam Dry Shampoo

Real talk: The first time I ever used a foam dry shampoo I thought it was either (a) better for thick, curly hair or (b) a scam. All it did was make my fine, already greasy hair even greasier. Then I learned this trick from a hairstylist: Use a small amount of foam in sections just at your roots (but enough that it almost makes your roots damp), then blast your hair with a hairdryer and style it as usual. Suddenly, my third-day greaseball situation looked (and smelled) like a fresh blowout. —L.S.

$5 at Dove Care Between Washes Foam Dry Shampoo

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DevaCurl Devafresh Scalp & Curl Revitalizer

For years I’ve suffered from what I call “twist-out hangovers,” meaning that my curly twist-out hairstyles tend to lose their va-va-voom after a day or two. Plenty of curl refreshers claim to be the cure—my bathroom hair-care shelf has seen countless bottles of the stuff come and go over the years—but the DevaCurl spray is so good, I made myself a travel-size bottle for my purse on the go. —Brionna Jimerson, associate social media manager

$24 at Devacurl Devafresh Scalp & Curl Revitalizer (available July 16)

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