Every girl has her favorite go-to products when it comes to styling hair, but sometimes it’s helpful to do a little taste-tasting to see how you can make styling your do even easier. Last week, we were absolutely thrilled to be approached by the Her Campus: University of Utah Chapter to share our Top 10 Hair Care Essentials for sure-bet-good-hair results. Her Campus is an international collegiate blog for women written entirely by the world's top college journalists (on 230 campuses in 7 countries), featuring content ranging from romance all the way to health, beauty and fashion.
Because we love love love to help our U of U students in any way we can, this Saturday, Got Beauty will be offering a 20% discount for University of Utah students who can present a UID card at the time of purchase! On top of THAT, every U student who spends $30 or more will receive 5 free hair / skincare samples. Check out our Top 10 Hair Care Essentials for every college student to see what may be missing in your beauty arsenal, and then swing by the shop (2100 South and 900 East) this Saturday, September 27th, to make use of these killer beauty deals (in store only). We love U!Pureology Hydrate Shampoo and Conditioner
Anyone, and I mean EVERYONE who lives in the state of Utah can benefit from this Pureology duo. I am certain you’ve noticed…our air is ridiculously dry, and our hair needs all the hydration it can get. The Hydrate is light enough to be used every day, and gives your locks the ultimate silky feel.
This purple shampoo is a must-have for every natural and every ‘bottled’ blonde! If you’ve recently dyed your hair lighter and feel like your color is a little brassy or yellow, apply this toning shampoo to your hair once a day until you get the blonde you want. If Utah’s hard water is toning you up… tone back down with Sea Lights.Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask
If your hair is particularly dry and thirsty, leave the ultra moisturizing Moroccan Oil Hydrating Masque on for 10 minutes once per week. This is especially recommended for those not using a super hydrating shampoo or conditioner.Enjoy Conditioning Spray
Detangler? Check. Frizz control? Check. Leave in conditioner, color-protectant, and thermal spray? Check, check and check! This Conditioning Spray is a big favorite of everyone on all sides of the hair type spectrum.Matrix Sleek Iron Smoother Spray
I cannot emphasize the importance of a thermal protection spray. Whether you’re blow drying, straightening, or curling, it’s absolutely essential that you protect your hair from extreme heat. This particular spray protects your hair from heat damage up to 400º while adding shine and smoothing out fly-aways and frizz.Redken Full Frame Mousse
If you’re anything like me, lasting volume is a life-long struggle when styling your hair. What I love about this mousse is that I just apply a bit to my roots before blow-drying, and voila! Instant oomph.Marrakesh Original Oil
This miracle hair oil seals split ends, tames frizz, and actually repairs your hair (not to mention it smells like heaven). On top of that, many of its ingredients are natural and organic. All you have to do is apply it to your ends after you’re done styling. What’s not to love?Tri Aerogel
A kick butt hairspray is the final touch to any hairstyle. The Aerogel succeeds in providing hold without the nasty sticky feeling that often accompanies a hairspray of substance.Bumble and bumble Thickening Dry Spun Finish
This volumizer, texturizer, and dry shampoo in one is an absolute essential for girls seeking weightlessness and fullness in their hair. Best to keep it nearby in case a spontaneous date or night on the town comes up.Batiste Dry Shampoo Original
Dry shampoo really is the best product since…well…ever. We’ve all had those days where we’re in a hurry, our hair isn’t working with us and there’s no time to wash. Simply spray some Batiste on your roots and massage it in to your scalp for an instant hair pick-me-up, and no one will know a thing.
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Project Manager and Editor for the best little beauty business in SLC.