5 Drugstore Hair Products the Pros Love

Fashion Week-level hair doesn't have to come at Fashion Week-level prices. Just stock up on these drugstore hair sprays and dry shampoos, which are beloved by the celebrity hairstylists that designers hit up season after season.

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The Go-To Dry Shampoos

Dry shampoo: remind us how we ever survived without it? Photograph courtesy of Matteo Valle/Getty Images
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Even if you don't have time to wash and dry your hair, dry shampoos can help you maintain smooth locks and turn up the volume to catwalk levels.

Fresh Start Basic Care Dry Shampoo by TRESemmé, $5, target.com.
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"TRESemmé has a great dry shampoo for regular use. Spray it on your roots and finger comb the product through your hair with an upward motion for a quick and easy style that will get you out the door faster." — Paul Desmarre, editorial hairstylist for Hypebae, Treats Mag, and more

Rockaholic Dirty Secret Dry Shampoo by Tigi, $22, walgreens.com.

"I love the Rockaholic for a messy, textured look. It will pump up the roots, and give hair a rock 'n' roll finish. Great for freshening up second-day hair, too!" — Blondie, celebrity hairstylist to Cara Delevingne, Willow Shields, and Kilo Kish

Dry Shampoo by Batiste, $8, drugstore.com.
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"Batiste Dry Shampoo instantly refreshes hair between shampoos by absorbing excess oil, and it adds fullness. The price point on Batiste is considerably lower than designer brands, yet it holds its own on a performance level." — Maureen Burke, celebrity hairstylist for Tegan and Sara, Bria Murphy, and other editorial campaigns

The Extreme Hair Holder

Elnett spray is definitely a backstage favorite, as shown at the Mila Schon fall 2016 show in Milan. Photograph courtesy of Selin Alemdar/Getty Images

Nothing beats a good hair spray that will keep flyaways at bay and help strands look supple and healthy.

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Elnett Satin Extra Strong Hold Hair Spray by L'Oréal, $15, ulta.com.
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"This is my absolute favorite drugstore hair product because it has multiple uses. It can be a setting spray if you spray sections of hair before using a curling iron. To add volume, spray it on dry sections at your roots and then scrunch up the hair. It's great for a light, brushable hold." — Harper, celebrity hairstylist for Christy Turlington, Rachel Weisz, and Zooey Deschanel

The One True Blowout Star

The right styling product can make a DIY blowout look salon-worthy. Photograph courtesy of Matteo Valle/Getty Images

Perfect your at-home blowout with a product that will add bounce from the roots to tips of your hair.

Luxe Style Infusion Weightless Blow Dry Spray by Suave Professionals, $5, walmart.com.

"This is my favorite drugstore product because it builds great body and lends shine to lifeless, fine hair." — Patrick Chai, celebrity hairstylist to Aimee Song, Troian Bellisario, and Shaun White

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