3 of the best dry hair creams

Summer’s here and we want that effortless vibe, so we rounded-up 3 of the best dry hair creams that will simplify your routine. (Great for both thick and thin hair!)

Alterna 10-in-1 Caviar CC Cream

Alterna is always a hair favorite around here, so we had to include our long-time savior, the 10-in-1 Caviar CC Cream ($31). It’s been our travel go-to to tame frizz or lock in split ends for a few years now. The formula is lightweight and hydrating, making it a perfect leave-in treatment that can be applied multiple times throughout the day. Most importantly, it’s true to its name with 10 different benefits: moisture, shine, smoothness, softness, anti-breakage, heat protection, light hold, UV protection, manageability, and strength. (Talk about a powerhouse product.)

Phyto 7 Day Hydrating Cream

Anything Phyto will take your hair from dull to fab, to be honest. The Phyto 7 Day Hydrating Cream ($32) is a total must for anyone with dry hair, whether it’s thin or thick. (Long-time obsession, read our story from 2014.) It’s not oil-based so you never deal with that next-day grease whenever you overload your hair with too much product. (We never apply products on our roots, but this thing is an exception.) It’s light, creamy, and sinks right into your hair—you’ll intensely see a more ‘quenched’ look without the weight. So perfect for thick, curly hair.

Oribe Supershine Moisturizing Cream

The Oribe Supershine Moisturizing Cream ($52) is pure luxury. It’s definitly more expensive than the other two, but it has serious anti-frizz properties. It’s formulated with Wheat Amino Acids and Watermelon Extract to tame the thickest of hair. It’s pretty similar to the Phyto 7 cream, but we like to keep this for days we need extra help with our hair since it has keratin. (We tend to reach for this more in winter.)

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FTC: these products were sent for consideration; all opinions are our own!