Beauty Hair Hair Products & Tools Kate Hudson's and Selena Gomez's Hairstylists Just Created Our Favorite New Hair Product By Victoria Moorhouse Victoria Moorhouse Instagram Website Victoria Moorhouse is a writer, editor, and consultant based in Brooklyn, New York who focuses on beauty, fitness, and health. Victoria was previously the Senior Beauty Editor at InStyle.com and a Senior Editor at POPSUGAR. Her work can also be found in notable publications such as Shape.com, The Zoe Report, Forbes.com, and Well+Good. She graduated from The College of New Jersey with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Professional Writing. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on October 18, 2018 @ 02:30PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Courtesy The amount of celebrities that rely on hairstylists Riawna Capri and Nikki Lee, the co-owners of Nine Zero One salon in Los Angeles, for their cuts and color is astounding — Kate Hudson, Selena Gomez, Jennifer Lawrence, Nina Dobrev, and Emma Roberts are just a few (!!!) of the duo's committed clients. And now, their finally bringing their expertise to all of us with a brand new luxury hair product line. It's called In Common Beauty, and according to the founders, the line will consist of transformative, performance hair products that won't compromise the health fo your hair. The first product is a $35 multitasking styling spray appropriately named Magic Myst, which make sense considering Capri and Lee are known for their magical, voluminous, textured blowouts. It's made up of strengthening, frizz-taming, and nourishing ingredients like vitamin B3, rose extract, and lavender extract, and it's said to reduce your blow-dry time, detangle, and provide heat protection up to 450 degrees. Emma Stone Gave a Major Update to the Hottest Haircut of 2018 The first product officially drops in November, but Lee and Capri are choosing 50 people from their email list on October 18 to receive it before it hits the market. To be entered in the contest, head over to incommonbeauty.com and add your email to their newsletter list. That's all the info Lee and Capri have released thus far. But if crowd-sourcing is part of the process, we're using this time wisely and asking for exactly what we want. Please, please, please give us a texture spray next.