Salon haircare brands bringing the hottest products 🔥🔥

The26The26
Jun. 21, 2020
Whatever your hair type, haircare brands offer a wide variety of options. This variation seems like a godsend till it becomes overwhelming. You're stuck not knowing the best product or brand to go with.
Finding the right one always call for some experiments. But no matter your hair texture or scalp issue, salon brands are marketed as being more professional and of greater quality. Apparently, this hints at heavier price tags.
Well, here are 4 of my favorite professional salon brands today. They're constantly bringing the heat and coming up with the hottest haircare products in 2020. Above all, they may not be as expensive as some high-end salon brands.
Drybar
This brand right here goes overboard with niche marketing. Its focus is solely on blowouts—being the very best at it. With 100+ salons (in Canada and the US) and dozens of products readily available, you can say Drybar is almost there.
And thanks to the team's intense focus on perfecting its hair products and tools, thousands of buyers praise Drybar for making their hair look, feel, and smell healthier.
Certainly one of the best salon brands out there. But don't take my word for it. Give one of its products a try and see if it works great for you.
Founder's story
Alli Webb started her journey with a mobile hair service she provided locally in Brentwood, Los Angeles. Swiftly, she realized the huge need for blowouts in the whole LA.
Coupled with the steep prices she's been paying, she decided to capitalize on this demand. So she brought in her brother and husband to form Drybar in 2010
Working with her loved ones and doing what she loves, Alli soon grew the brand to become "one of the top 100 Brilliant Ideas of 2010" (named by New York Mag and Entrepreneur Mag).
The professional stylist adopts bar lingo in her salons, calling her cashiers bartenders and giving blowouts cocktail names. Yes, it's a Drybar.
Bestseller: Detox Dry Shampoo
Aveda 
Aveda is a top salon brand that specializes in organic and natural cosmetics. They take environmental responsibility to great lengths, even collaborating with the Yaminawá tribe to source coloring.
And it doesn't stop there. Professional training and certifications are also provided for various stylists and spas throughout the country.
The Aveda brand sells high-quality products, but I'm not so sure their environmental practices are worthy of supreme admiration like their marketing claims.
Founder's story
The brand was founded in 1978 by the late Horst Rechelbacher. An Austrian-American entrepreneur who discovered (an alternative medicine system from India called) Ayurveda 8 years earlier.
His newfound mission was to come up with formulas that are filled with the essential oils of plants and flowers. And that he did. His line soon became a hit, offering not just skin, makeup, and hair products but also lifestyle products and perfumes.
ESTĒE LAUDER acquired Aveda for $300 million in 1997, after which Rechelbacher traded all his salons. And before dying in 2014, the founder was acclaimed for making investment decisions that minimize risk to the environment and encourage sustainability.
Bestseller: Damage Remedy Daily Hair Repair
amika 
amika puts the extract of sea buckthorn berry in all its products. The superfruit—as it's referred to—brims with Omega-7 fatty acids, and the brand makes good use of it to keep the scalp firm and elastic.
By boosting collagen and elastin production, the ingredient has an overall +ve impact on your hair and scalp. amika shines through with clean ingredients and cruel-free products "for every hair concern–no matter ethnicity, age or gender."
Founder's story
In 2007, amika (i.e., "friend" in Esperanto) was founded by Vita Raykhman. The idea was to create a haircare brand that's like a friend to you—straightforward, fun & dependable.
It wasn't long before amika established itself as one of the top salon lines available today. Its products and tools are widely praised for being innovative and for delivering professional results.
Bestseller: Perk Up Dry Shampoo
Color Wow 
Thanks to brands like Color Wow, you can now go from having one hair color to experimenting with a wide array of hues and effects. We have balayage touch-ups, vibrant rainbows, ombrés, and many more.
The issue, though, is keeping your hair wholesome during the process. Repeated hair dying often weakens the hair, leading to hair thinning or easy breakage.
What Color Wow do is, it manufactures hair care products that improve color vibrancy while your hair stays healthy. Offerings include shampoos, pre-shampoos, conditioners, and hair oils.
Founder's story
The haircare line came to life in 2012, after Gail Federici's hairstylist tried to use brown eyeshadows to make blonde wigs appear more natural. She toyed with the idea at first but soon decided to go for it.
Color Wow, a brand that aims to make color-treated hair trouble-free, was born. It quickly drew attention, especially with Kim Kardashian's stylist Chris Appleton using it.
Fast forward to today, the brand now brags about its 50-something awards. All thanks to its superior color-wowing formulas.
Bestseller: Dream Coat Anti-Humidity Hair Treatment
References
  • https://www.thedrybar.com/detox-dry-shampoo
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drybar
  • https://www.thedrybar.com/about-us/
  • https://aveda.com/product/17976/16901/best-sellers/damage-remedy-daily-hair-repair
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aveda
  • https://www.violetgrey.com/violet-files/woman-made/gail-federici
  • https://www.instyle.com/hair/color-wow-products-gail-federici-interview
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