The Best New Summer Hair Products at Sephora
Raise your hand if you feel personally victimized by frizz during the summer. Just like everyone else, I have a love-hate relationship with the season because of what the humidity does to my hair.
Along with my hair getting dry and poofy, the sun turns my dyed, dark brown color orange and brassy—even when I don't hit up the beach or a pool.
I'm starting to believe that the only way to avoid my summer hair struggles is by staying inside all day. Or, more realistically, I could just switch up my haircare routine with a few of the products that Sephora just rolled out for summer 2018.
This year, the selection of launches includes a little bit of everything for everyone. If you're like me and frizz is your biggest hair issue, Living Proof's instant de-frizzing spray is going to be your most-used product, while if you want to make your hair lighter, Ouai's ombré spray is the safe, millennial version of Sun-In.
Keep scrolling for the nine best new summer haircare products you can get at Sephora now.
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Living Proof No-Frizz Instant De-Frizzer
Whatever your hair type, chances are it gets frizzy in the summer. Living Proof's dry conditioning spay promises to instantly get rid of up to 92 percent of frizz. It's infused with a blend of five oils that replenish hair so that it's soft and smooth.
Ouai Sun of a Beach Ombré Spray
This just in: Sun-In is cool again. Ouai's coconut and lemon water-infused spray safely adds natural, sun-kissed highlights to hair. If you're blonde, you can expect it to lighten your hair two to four shades. As for brunettes, it will give your hair a coppery bronze tone.
IGK Blocked Water-Resistant Hair Shield
Think of this cream as a swim cap for your hair. Run it through wet or dry hair and it forms a protective shield that stops chlorine, UV rays, sweat, and water from ruining your color.
Drybar The Kicker Finishing Spray Wax
No hairstyle says "summer" quite like beachy waves. This dry wax spray adds texture to hair so that you get that piece-y, effortless finish. What sets it apart from other waxes is that it's infused with nourishing extracts so that your hair's still soft instead of tacky and crunchy.
DPHUE Cool Brunette Shampoo
Brunettes can get brassy, too. While bottled blondes swear by purple shampoo to keep their hair from turning orange, brown hair can benefit from using a blue toning shampoo once a week. DpHue's keeps unwanted tones out of hair between coloring appointments.
Devacurl Leave-In Decadence Ultra Moisturizing Leave-In Conditioner
This leave-in conditioner hydrates, strengthens, and smooths curls so that they're defined, soft, and, most importantly, frizz-free on humid summer days.
Verb Dry Shampoo For Light Hair
This shampoo is so good, it racked up a 5,000-person wait list before it even hit Sephora. What makes it so special? It actually comes in two different versions for light and dark hair. This one is specifically formulated for light hair and, on top of absorbing excess dirt and oil, has a faint purple hue that's meant to counteract brassy tones.
Klorane Sun Nourishment Subliminating Shampoo with Ylang-Ylang Wax
The sun doesn't just damage your skin, it can dry the hell out of your hair, too. Formulated with nourishing ingredients, this shampoo protects against UV rays, chlorine, salt, and sand.
Moroccanoil Protect & Prevent Spray
Thanks to the sun, chlorine, and salt, it's pretty much a given that your hair is going to fade in the summer if you color it. Instead of wasting your money on color that's not going to hold, protect it by spritzing Morocaanoil's spray on your hair post-shower.