I’m a Sephora junkie, I’ll admit. I can’t allow myself to wallaby a Sephora without peeking into see what’s new, and while I love makeup and skincare, the haircare displays are where I love to hang out. If you’ve ever browsed the Bestseller section of Sephora’s haircare collection, there are some products you’ve surely seen again and again. These popular products are all over social media and seemed to be used by just about everyone to get silky, soft hair, and over time I’ve tried a bunch of them.
This is definitely not a definitive list of all the Sephora haircare products that are big sellers, but I tried to choose the products that are always bestselling. So if you’re curious what you should pick up during the next VIB sale or just during your next Sephora visit, I’ve done the legwork to help you figure it out!
Reviewing Sephora's Bestselling Hair Products
This product definitely had to be on the list given how often I see this recommended. It’s a Colorwow standout for its ability to tame frizz and give you sleek glass hair. I love Dreamcoat because it really does make my hair smoother and sleeker when styling my hair. It works especially well when you really saturate the hair with the product, spraying all over. I’ve also written about my search for a dupe for Colorwow, so if you’re looking for a cheaper alternative or just another product that has similar features, check that article out here.
I’ve never been on the Olaplex train as some others have though I know many have had great experiences with their bond building technology repairing their hair. This hair oil though is an exception for me. I have fine hair and haven’t really gotten along with most hair oils I’ve tried. This hair oil from Olaplex is unquestionably the best for fine to medium hair. It doesn’t weigh down my hair but still nourishes my ends and makes them shiny and smooth.
This is a great styling cream and totally worth the hype in my opinion. I find a little goes a long way, but wit the right amount it makes my hair easy to style and adds hold and texture to my hair. The three in the 3-in-1 are smoothing styled hair, prepping shiny blowouts, and defining natural curls. I like using it for all three, but I find it works best for smoothing styled hair as a kind of lightweight gel or to mold my hair into shape. I recommend this one for any hair type!
After my postpartum hair loss, I watched my hair grow back not quite as densely as it was before. I picked up The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Hair Density Serum with admittedly low expectations but I was amazed at how my how started to grow back in only a few weeks. This is a great affordable product to give hair growth a boost.
Ouai’s shampoos and conditioners are some of their most purchased products but their Detox Shampoo is a standout. I love to clarify once a week and use this shampoo to clean my hair of extra oil and product buildup. It does a great job of giving my hair a deep clean without overly stripping it and making it feel dry. And it smells amazing.
Amika’s first hair mask is my least favorite, and honestly one of my least favorite products from Amika (you can read my reviews of all the Amika products I’ve tried here.) It leaves my hair feeling, exactly like it did before? However, it is pretty affordable and like all Amika products it smells amazing.
Gisou seems to be all over the place these days and their beautiful, feminine packaging was really appealing to me. This hair oil was a bit of a disappointment to me though. It’s pretty heavy and best for those with thick and really dry or textured hair. It leaves my hair with a slight oily film that I don’t experience with some other hair oils I’ve tried.
This hair mask has got to be one of the most talked about masks that supposedly works for all hair types. While I like this mask, I don’t find it does anything spectacular to my hair that other hair masks don’t. (Briogeo’s Don’t Despair Repair Conditioner however I love!) A lot of hair masks have come onto the market since this one was released so while it’s solid, I think there are a lot more interesting formulas out there.
Reviewing Sephora's Bestselling Hair Products Conclusion
There are definitely some hits in this collection of bestselling products, but not every product has worked well for me. I think that some products become popular because there were one of the first in their category or because they work well for a particular hair type. While some of these products can work for everyone, it’s worth checking to see if a product works for thick hair, curly hair, fine hair, or whatever you’ve got. So what are your opinions on these popular products? Is there anything else I should try?