Spend your spring basking in the good weather, rather than stuck in the bathroom styling your tresses. To make it that much easier, we rounded up problem-solving products for all hair types.
Addicts of this nourishing argan oil-based line will flip for the latest must-have: A lightweight hairspray that leaves locks glossy without feeling sticky. Store it at your desk to add some oomph to your mop before the office happy hour.
If you follow us on Instagram, you'd know that the minute this rotating curling iron landed on our desks, we started swirling our tresses around it. Even if you're normally intimidated by hot tools, we promise you can use this one: Just place the ends of a two-inch section of hair under the clamp, then choose the "Left" or "Right" button (to determine which way the wand will move), and hold down "Go." The rod spins your strands, taking the guesswork out of scoring perfect waves.
Here's our tough love lazy girls: If you're not going to get your tips trimmed every six to eight weeks, then you should at least mend split ends with a leave-in cream. This new formula tackles frizz and dryness, while also breakage with each application.
Make a big statement by pulling your tresses half-way back with this oversized clip. Talk about a great way to hide non-flat-ironed pieces.
Two for $15; shopbop.com
If you'd rather spend your pre-party hours sipping margaritas than perfecting your coif, minimize your primping time by enhancing your hair's natural texture with a sea salt spray. This coconut-scented concoction gives tired tresses an instant lift. Plus, nourishing argan oil and pure aloe provide loads of luster.
A proactive lazy girl knows she needs to preserve her color before it starts to change to prolong time in between salon trips. Try this new fade-proof formula to protect your hue from the sun's tint-altering UV rays. Just add a bit to damp locks, and let it air dry in authentic LG fashion.
South By South West isn't the only hip thing coming out of Austin, Texas. Verb, an affordable line of vegan products, was born at Birds Barbershop, a trendy Austin salon chain. Now, you can score these goodies online even if you don't live in the Lone Star state. Use this medium-hold clay to touch up a braided 'do or style your short strands.
If you're too cash-strapped to invest in more than one moisturizer this season, grab Sephora's latest lotion. It contains a plant-based botanical blend that can be used to infuse hydration into your face, body, and hair.
We were skeptical about these oil-infused combs until we tried them. The shine-enhancing properties are delivered to strands with each passing stroke, meaning that these magical detanglers are the ultimate in hair multi-tasking. The best part? Each comb has enough oil to last one full year.
Psoriasis and eczema suffers can now skip the pricey salon scalp treatments in favor of this all-natural, hair-care line. The goodies were developed by long-time psoriasis sufferer, Adam Grossman, who wanted to find a way to soothe his irritated head without prescriptions or chemicals.
$16.89 each; seaweedbathco.com
Just because you're too lazy to party like a rockstar doesn't mean you can't look like one. Simply scrunch this dust into your hair (starting at your roots and working your way down) to get instant, sexy texture. Try adding a bit of water to make a strand-defining paste on-the-go.
No one will ever notice you snuck off to the gym for a lunchtime kickboxing class if you mist your mane and body with this floral- and citrus-scented spray. The cooling sensation will refresh you after you break a sweat, and organic jojoba oil will work to moisturize your skin and strands.
Long-haired ladies should nab this dual-action spritz. Not only will the bi-phase blend loosen pesky knots, but it will also protect hair from hot-tool damage
Just in time for summer, Rita Hazan has developed two new blonde shades (Platinum and Golden) to add to her roster of root-concealing sprays. So, go ahead and splurge on a fab beach bag instead of a crown-covering fedora to get through your salon-free summer months.
If you know you may be sleeping out or you just want to play it by ear (wink, wink), stash this travel-size, texturizing spray in your purse. It's scented with French perfumes to mask bar odor, and the oil-absorbing mist will revive last-night's look in case a certain someone wants to go get pancakes.
Fashion-obsessed gals can easily recreate the edgy, bourgeois bed-head look from this season's Louis Vuitton show by using this strand-plumping product. Simply shake up the slushy mixture, and spray the gel-like formula on dry locks to add instant flirty texture.
Spend your morning snoozing, rather than styling, by plugging this tiny hair iron into the cigarette lighter of your car. Just promise us that you'll only use it at red lights!
Silly lazy girl! You too long and now you only have ten minutes to get ready for your best friend's birthday party. Twirl your tresses up into a topknot, and smooth down any wispies with this Inca Inchi oil-infused wand.
Take a nod from designer Rachel Roy and skip a shampoo or two. Letting you hair's natural oil saturate follicles helps to make it healthier and shiner. Avoid any greasy textures by spraying an ultra-fine-mist dry shampoo, like this wonder worker, which won't leave telltale powder puffs in its wake.
Mother-turned-entrepreneur Karin Zanella invented this genius new accessory that holds your hair tie in the center of a sleek bracelet. Now you can covertly and conveniently tote around elastics in a way that won't leave a red-pinch mark on your wrist.
Take your 'do from morning mimosas to a dinner date with the help of this moisturizing, shea butter-infused cream. It will keep your coils in place for up to 24 hours—no matter the weather.
Ladies who are committed to their workout, but laid-back when it comes to soaping up will love the latest natural shampoo-and-conditioner hybrid from Aveeno. It's sulfate-free and contains detoxifying seaweed extract, making it gentle enough to use daily. Try it before work when you're crunched for time.
Fashion maven Rachel Bilson adores this on-trend topper, and so do we. Not only does it conceal a bad hair day, but it also protects your scalp from the sun in case you forgot SPF (naughty lazy girl!) for your strands. So, go ahead and splurge on a fab beach bag instead of a crown-covering fedora to get through your salon-free summer months.
Fix gray hairs and grown-in roots in a flash with this handy sponge applicator, filled with ammonia-free dye. In just ten minutes, you'll scrub out any imperfections, leaving your strands single-toned and ready to go.
Just because you were blessed with natural waves doesn't mean you want to spend hours fluffing and twisting them. Quickly accentuate wilted ringlets with this spray, containing exotic Moroccan rose and grape-seed extract.
Even the most travel-adverse lazy girl shouldn't resist the urge to hunt down this double-duty hairspray. It preserves your dyed hair color up to 75 percent longer if you use it often.
$3.99; Rite Aid stores
This shower cap has the ideal composition to preserve your 'do an extra day or—uh—three! The tight elastic band, terry-cloth interior, and steam-resistant exterior all work together to seal out moisture from touching your freshly blown tresses.
Hair hippies too lethargic to shell out any more than $5 for hair care will be jazzed about this new drugstore dry shampoo. It absorbs scalp oil while adding bounce to lackluster locks.
For those times when you desire to straighten your tresses (as if!), make it that much easier by using a relaxing serum. This one creates a barrier around follicles to protect them from hair iron damage.