The Best Budget Hair Buys in 2019
Having a great hair day doesn't always involve expensive treatments, accessories or trips to the salon – we have the best budget hair products for 2019 that start at £1
The Best Budget Shampoo
1. Primark Super Blends Coconut & Cactus Flower Shampoo & Conditioner, £1 each
This product has caused mass hysteria amongst social media, with thousands of shares and likes on Twitter and Instagram and customers stockpiling the stuff as soon as it lands on the shelf. The coconut and cactus infused formula is a brilliant budget hair cleanser and conditioner, especially if you're suffering from oily roots in this heat. Try your luck at Primark stores nationwide.
The Best Budget Volumising Shampoo
2. Mane 'n Tail Shampoo at Lookfantastic, £2.99
A light cleanser that gets rid of impurities and adds shine and volume for both you and your horse.
The Best Budget Brightening Shampoo
3. Pro:Voke Touch of Silver Shampoo, £3
The active violet pigment complex corrects brassy and yellow undertones in blonde hair, and it also leaves hair squeaky clean with the slight whiff of violets and iris too.
The Best Budget Treatment Mask for Afro Hair
4. Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Treatment Mask, £2.32
With consistently impressive 5-star reviews, this hardworking mask helps to restore strength and resilience to damaged, brittle, or chemically processed hair.
The Best Budget Multi-Use Conditioning Mask
5. Ultimate Blends Coconut Milk Dry Hair Mask at Superdrug, £3.32
A complete multi-tasker that can be used as a leave-in treatment on wet or dry hair, or as a traditional in shower mask, without weighing hair down or making it greasy. While imparting the lovely smell of coconut.
The Best Budget Hair Oil
6. OGX Argan Oil of Morocco Weightless Dry Oil, £3.46
Spritz onto dry hair before using the flat irons and you'll get sleek and smooth results with a glass-like shine.
The Best Budget Hair Accessories under £5
7. ASOS Hair Accessories, from £3
And the award for the most on-trend and economical hair accessories has to go to ASOS. They have over 50 iconic hair accessories – from minimalist clips to scrunchies and pearl-encrusted slides all for under £5.
The Best Budget Hair Freshener
8. Soap & Glory Fresh Hair Supply at Boots, £7.50
This renowned kitsch skincare brand has just launched into hair care and one of our favourite products is the Fresh Hair Supply. It's enriched with argan and marula oil to add shine, and odour neutralising technology to tackle lingering smells, so no washing required - simply spritz and go.
The Best On-The-Go Budget Dry Shampoo
9. Cake The Take Out Dry Shampoo Sheets, Boots £8.99
This hugely successful Canadian brand 'Cake' is just about to land here in Boots. The whole range comes in at under £9; it's vegan, cruelty-free and yummy to use. The hero hair product for Londoners has to be these dry shampoo sachets – they're like blotting powder touch-ups for your oily roots.
The Best Budget Volumising Powder
10. Design.Me Puff.Me Volumising Powder Mist, £9.95
This creates masses of volume in just a few pumps of the fine non-aerosol spray so if you have thin, fine or lacklustre hair – this is the one for you.
The Best Budget Scalp Treatment
11. Philip Kingsley Stimulating Scalp Toner at Cult Beauty, £9
Scalp treatments tend to be high tech – so there's not much scrimping to be had on most of these. However, we have tracked down the brilliant Philip Kingsley Toner, in a 75ml bottle, that promises to absorb excess oil while rehydrating to help to keep head in tip-top condition.
Best Budget Hair Clips
12. Urban Outfitters Amelie Enamel Hair Clip Set, £8
Hair clips are having a moment, but they don't need to cost the earth. We love this set of two by Urban Outfitters and check out & Other Stories too for brilliant budget-friendly options under £10.