daily hair products - One Small Blonde

Okay…I always get questions from you all about my hair and the products I use! So today I’m giving you the scoop on all of my favorite daily hair products. These are products I use regularly and have used for some time so I know they are legit. If there is one thing you should know about me it’s that I take my hair care routine very very seriously!

Before I dive in to talk about these products, I also want to make sure you all know about my “hair curling tutorial“! If you want to know how I get my soft curls then watch this video!

Now let’s talk products! First off, I have super fine straight hair and it’s pretty thick. So there is a chance some of these particular products may not work for your hair type but I think almost all of them will work for 99% of people. Let’s start with my 2 investment products that you may have to save for but it’s worth the purchase 🙂 I got the Dyson hair dryer for Christmas and it’s been a game changer. Literally can dry my hair in almost 1/2 the time!

Next, we have the T3 Convertible Curling Iron with the 1.25 inch barrel. I have tried many curling irons in my day and this one is still the best I’ve found. It gets so hot that I only use it on the 2nd or 3rd highest heat setting so I don’t damage my hair. Speaking of… That’s why you should always use a heat protector. My favorite right now is the Kerestase L’incroyable Blowdry.

 Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray - One Small Blonde

Okay let’s talk about my all time favorite hair product EVER. Anytime I mention the Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray at a salon it’s guaranteed every stylist agrees this product is life changing. It’s 100% a product that everyone can use and love. **HUGE TIP: Spray it into your hair when it’s wet and blow dry it in! Yes, I’m aware the product says use it on dry hair, but this was the BEST hair care tip I’ve ever received. If you want your curls to stay just try it.

Ouai Volume Spray, Sisley Hair Oil, Balmain Hair Clay, Oribe Volume Powder, and Drybar Dry Shampoo - One Small Blonde

So a few of my other daily hair products include the Ouai Volume Spray, Sisley Hair Oil, Balmain Hair Clay, Oribe Volume Powder, and Drybar Dry Shampoo. Like I mentioned earlier, I have extremely fine and straight hair so getting any volume is a struggle. That’s why I am always on the lookout for new volumizing products like the Ouai Volume Spray. It’s really lightweight and doesn’t leave a sticky feeling in your hair at all.

Even with the volume spray I apply when my hair is wet, I always need more volume after I curl my hair. That’s when I use the Oribe Volume Powder. Y’all…this stuff is so cool. Fair warning it is a little sticky. But, you sprinkle it in at the roots then rub it into your scalp and “ta-da” instant volume that stays!

Once again, I have fine hair so when I curl my hair the curls don’t always stay separated. The Balmain Hair Clay is a great product to use to keep your curls separated and isn’t too sticky. Another amazing product I’ve just started using to get separated curls is the Oribe Spray Wax.

To keep your ends nice and smooth I use the Sisley Hair Oil. Okay…let me pause here because I discovered Sisley Hair Care a few months ago. Their products are insanely good!!! They also have a serum you can put on your scalp after you shampoo that helps hair growth, gray hair, and more. They did 6-years of research before launching their hair care line so it has to be incredible. My mom actually used their shampoo/conditioner when she was visiting and she said she’s never used a product so good. I’ve tried to get my mom to use different products for years, so if she is saying that then that’s a BIG statement.


Sisley Paris - One Small Blonde

I don’t wash my hair every day but who does these days? Haha. It’s actually better for your hair anyway to go a few days in between washes. So whenever I have dirty hair or just worked out I use the Drybar Dry Shampoo! Somehow I lived life without this stuff until like last year…crazy. I spray it in on the wet or greasy hair and then blow dry it into the scalp. You know when I get the most compliments about my hair…yep when it’s dirty!!

Alright now you know all my secrets! Just kidding! There really isn’t any secret to what I do or use on my hair. It’s just about investing in quality products and tools. I’m always on the lookout for new products so I’d love to know what are some of your favorites?! Share below!!

photos: Beckley Co.

4 Responses

  1. How do you use the hair clay? Mid-shaft? Ends only? How much? I have trouble keeping curls separated too! Thank you!!

  2. Hi, I love your hair curling tutorial, with such a comprehensive guide, I could make the hair style for my wife. I always have dry hair, do you have any products you think will be suitable for me? Thanks

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