Who needs a good hair day when you can have a whole hair month? It’s bound to happen, considering the slew of newcomers hitting shelves this March. And in hair care, that’s a big deal, because just one new formula can make all the difference in your strands. Our editors washed, spritzed, and scrunched our way through the new hair products that landed on our desks. From a shampoo that’s all about extending the life of your color to the easiest beachy wave tool our beauty assistant has ever tried, we’re pretty confident your hair routine is in for an upgrade. 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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Kérastase Blonde Absolu Anti-Brass Hair Mask

I recently went baby blond, and while I was obsessed with the color, it was a little more high-maintenance than I was used to. This mask keeps my color looking bright, but doesn’t stain it gray or leave a violet cast like a lot of purple shampoos I’ve used in the past. It’s packed with hydrating ingredients like hyaluronic acid and edelweiss flower to nourish my poor little bleached strands. —Bella Cacciatore, beauty associate

$63 at Sephora


Joico Defy Damage Protective Shampoo

I love being a redhead with one glaring exception: The shade fades faster than a news cycle. I’ve been using Joico’s new Damage Protective line for the past two months, though, and it’s made maintaining my red a world easier. Not only that—it smells incredible too. —L.S.

$34.50 at Ulta


Amika High Tide Deep Waver

Despite being a beauty editor, I’ve never mastered the art of hot tools and have relied on braids and buns to get the loose waves I wear every day. I don’t use the term game changer loosely, but this honest to God is one. It’s the easiest hair tool I’ve ever used—all you do is clamp the waver down, and it creates big, bouncy beach waves in minutes. —B.C.

$120 at Sephora


Aveeno Hydrating Oat Milk Blend Leave-In Milk

For years my hair has been at the mercy of chlorine, hot tools, and less-than-gentle high ponytails. So this leave-in treatment couldn’t have come at a better time. The oat milk is super soothing and provided my damaged hair with some much needed relief. I was shocked by how soft my hair felt. —Sarah Morse, social media manager

$9 at Walmart


Function of Beauty Leave-In Treatment

A customized leave-in treatment is something I never thought I’d need, but welcome to 2019, folks. Function of Beauty’s first-ever product expansion uses the same customization process as its shampoo to target your personal hair goals (mine include color protection and hydration). It leaves my hair soft and smooth, and the pear scent I chose is to die for. —B.C.

$18 at Function of Beauty

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Sincerly Jules by Scunci Bobby Pins

Get in on the season’s biggest hair trend with these pretty pins. Wear one for a hint of shine, or wear a stack for an edgier look. —B.C.

$7.99 at Target

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Maui Moisture Lightweight Hydration + Hibiscus Water Shampoo

The best parts of this shampoo (and its corresponding conditioner) are the bright bottle and tropical scent. It makes me feel as if I’m on vacation while shampooing my hair, and I love the way it brightens up my shower—a real feat for New York City bathrooms, let me tell you. I’m equally into the results it gives: My hair doesn’t feel weighed down, and the hydration is a nice perk for my scalp, which is usually a bit dry. —Mel Owens, video producer

$7 at Target

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