How to Make Your Hair Smell Amazing All DayOctober 13, 2021
Sleep With a Leave-In Conditioner On
Rake a leave-in conditioner through your hair and let it work its magic overnight. The Carol’s Daughter Goddess Strength Divine Strength Leave In Milk softens hair and fortifies it against heat damage with nourishing castor oil. It has a subtle ginger scent that’s perfect for the colder months.
Layer on Fragrant Hair Products
If you love the smell of a specific hair product, use the entire line to amp up its aroma. We're partial to the fruity-floral L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Line, which is complete with a Shampoo for Long, Damaged Hair, Conditioner for Long, Damaged Hair and a No Haircut Cream Leave In Conditioner. You can also add a hair mask to the mix for an added boost. We like the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Saviour Mask.
Spray Perfume on Your Hairbrush
If you’re not planning on using a ton of product, styling your hair with a perfume-spritzed hairbrush is a great way to infuse it with fragrance. It’s also better than spraying perfume directly onto your hair because most fragrances contain alcohol, which can damage and dry out your strands. We suggest misting the Maison Margiela REPLICA Perfume in By the Fireplace onto your hairbrush and combing through your hair for a sultry, long-lasting vanilla scent.
Protect Against Heat
Use a lightweight spray before heat styling to add shine and protect against damage. The Gisou Honey-Infused Leave-in Conditioner has a refreshingly sweet but not overpowering scent.
Use Dry Shampoo
Dry shampoo is great for refreshing second-day hair (or third, or fourth…) as well as removing dirt and oil. The Garnier Fructis Invisible Dry Shampoo in Coco Colada not only instantly volumizes, it also smells like vacation in a bottle.
Photography: Chaunte Vaughn, Associate Creative Director: Melissa San Vicente-Landestoy, Art Director: Hannah Packer, Associate Director, Creative Production: Alex Friedlander, Associate Creative Producer: Becca Solovay, Associate Content Director: Sarah Ferguson, Makeup Artist: Jonet Williamson, Hair Stylist: Akihisa Yamaguchi, Wardrobe Stylist: Dominick Barcelona, Digital Tech: Erik Dalzen, Photo Assistant: Matt Licari, Model: Sanzeda