Finding products that work is what we’re all after when buying from beauty brands, but I know many of us (me included) are suckers for beautiful packaging that looks great in our bathroom. Now, aesthetic (shorthand for “aesthetically-pleasing”) shampoos have become an important part of a decked-out shower routine.
Beauty packaging is always changing, but with the beauty industry in boom there’s a competition for brands to create packaging that stands out on the shelf. With that in mind, appealing packaging is personal, but there are undoubtedly some brands that have become known for their aesthetics.
If you want an aesthetic shower scene, these shampoos are some of the prettiest ones out there.
9 Aesthetic Shampoo and Conditioner Sets
Ouai has undoubtedly become one of the most popular haircare lines of the past few years, thanks in part to its celebrity hairstylist founder, Jen Atkin. The line has a minimalist, Californian vibe that is both modern and sophisticated. I love the see-through shampoo bottles with different colors of liquid. Ouai’s products are well-loved by minimalists with a love of neutrals.
DESIGNME is a Canadian brand with a number of hair products like serums, mousse, and volumizing powder. Their pastel packaging corresponds with each of their six collections that encompass volumizing to curls to strengthening.
You’ve probably heard of Function of Beauty, the hair brand all about personalizing your haircare routine. Their see-through shampoo bottles have been all over social media, but when they entered Target they debuted a new look specifically for the shelves. Their pastel bottles indicate the hair type that shampoo is suited to with a wave, curl, or straight strand.
Amika is at the other end of the spectrum from Ouai in terms of their aesthetic, but their bottles are no less beautiful. Amika (which means “friend” in Esperanto”) is a brand all about kindness and salon-worthy formulas, and their packaging is among the most colorful out there. Each of their 11 collections (from moisture to curls to smoothing) use a different color to unify the products and they all share Amika’s signature paisley print.
Oribe is one of the most luxe hair brands around and their packaging makes this clear with their distinctive shapes and rich colors. Their shampoos all have a unique shape that is a signature of Oribe. They come in pale colors for different hair concerns, but their Gold Lust Repair and Restore Shampoo is one of their bestsellers with a very luxe black and white gradient and gold text.
Saltair is quickly becoming one of my favorite brands for affordable body washes and lotions and they also now have hair products, starting with shampoo and conditioner. Their aluminum bottles come in colors ranging from bright pink to nude and can fit any aesthetic.
Monday is an affordable haircare line that includes shampoos and conditioner for different hair types as well as hair gummies and dry shampoo. Their shampoos have gone viral for their baby pink hue. Their ultra-feminine aesthetic has gotten a lot of attention from those wanting to add some pink to their haircare stash.
OGX is a drugstore haircare line with a lot of shampoo and conditioner sets, but they are a go-to for anyone looking for a cute pink set on a budget. Their Cherry Blossom Hydration Shampoo and Conditioner as well as their Pink Sugar Plum Shampoo and Conditioner are standout pinks shampoos that give off girly vibes without the high price.
Pattern is the haircare line started by Tracy Ellis Ross for those with curly and coily hair and those with tight textures. Their highly graphic packaging is cool, modern, and friendly, and the yellow, black , and white color scheme stands out on the shelf.
Aesthetic Shampoo and Conditioner Sets Conclusion
Deciding which shampoo and conditioner set is the prettiest to you is a personal decision but there are amazing options for every taste. If you’re a packaging-lover like me, it’s hard to pick just one!
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