There’s nothing quite like a good hair day to give yourself a confidence boost. For obvious reasons, we can’t head to our hair stylists or blow-dry bars so as summer turns to fall — and we’re still chilling at home — we might as well give our hair care regimens a little sprucing.

With the help of the hair experts below, we identified some of the industry’s best hair care products for all different hair types based on their fundamental needs and styling options. Here are expert-picked hair care products to make good hair days your “new normal.”

Straight: dpHUE ACV Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse $35

We’ve heard about the glass skin trend, but now it’s time for glass hair. “Straight hair looks best when it is shiny and light reflective,” says Sunnie Brook, celebrity hairstylist and designer. “Use dpHUE ACV Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse to remove any buildup from product. This will leave your hair feeling more bouncy but also more reflective to light. Then follow with amika Flash Instant Shine Hair Gloss Mask for hair that looks like glass.”

Wavy: Virtue Labs Split End Repair Serum $40

“Wavy hair needs moisture,” Brook continues. “Virtue Labs Split End Repair Serum will heal and seal your ends. It’s effective at rebuilding the keratin in your hair structure.” The French brand Mon Shampoing allows you to customize your bottles of paraben-free, keratin-enriched Gentle Shampoo and Conditioner with one of six essential oil blends depending on your needs. For added moisture, they recommend the lavender, geranium, and argan option.

Coily: Leonor Greyl Pre-Shampoo Treatment for Length and Ends

If your hair forms tight coils, it’s important to use a gentle shampoo and reach for plenty of moisture. Brook notes, “Apply Leonor Greyl Pre-Shampoo Treatment for Length and Ends to the ends of your hair before hitting the shower to protect them from being stripped by the shampoo. Reapply the oil again after to lock in the moisture.” As a weekly treatment, check out Adwoa Beauty Baomint Deep Conditioning Treatment for deeply penetrating hydration.

Curly: SEEN Curl Creme $27

One of the main concerns of gals with curly hair types is how to combat frizz. To help prevent flyaways and to lavish your locks with gentle cleansing and hydration, Nomad Haircare Transcend Shampoo and Conditioner will help seal the deal using clean ingredients and scalp-friendly CBD, while the newly launched, dermatologist-developed SEEN Haircare Curl Creme will make your styling needs a breeze. Brook recommends Matrix Biolage Smoothproof Deep Treatment Pack Multi Use Hair Mask to smooth out your locks in just three minutes.

Sensitive Scalp: Philip Kingsley CBD Scalp + Body Oil $95

Celebrity hairstylist Paul Labrecque, artistic director of Paul Labrecque Salon and Skincare Spa, provides us with the ultimate luxury regimen for an unhappy scalp.  The Biologique Recherche Shampoo Traitant Dermo-Apaisant is his recommended gentle shampoo, formulated especially for sensitive scalps. Follow it up with hair oil to show your scalp some TLC, such as Philip Kingsley CBD Scalp + Body Oil, which incorporates anti-inflammatory cannabidiol along with a medley of nourishing oils.

Dandruff: Jupiter Balancing Shampoo $21

If you suffer from dandruff, all roads lead to, well, the scalp — and the clean, vegan haircare line Jupiter has scalp-care down to an art. “We…think about dandruff like you would any other skin condition,” begins Robbie Salter, co-founder of Jupiter. “If you’re experiencing flaking, discomfort, or dryness on your head, you’ll want to reflect and target the underlying cause (i.e., fungus, excessive oil production, product build-up, lack of [moisture], genetic predisposition, etc.) versus simply treating the symptom.” Jupiter Balancing Shampoo and Nourishing Conditioner tackles the underlying causes of dreaded flakes with the active ingredient zinc pyithione, as well as coconut oil, oatmeal, or green tea.

Color-Treated: Biolage Recovery Deep Treatment Pack Multi Use Hair Mask $15

Hair that receives color treatment can end up looking dull and damaged. “Your hair loses amino acids during the hair color process, which can lead to weaker hair a breakage,” Brook tells FabFitFun. She recommends the use of Biolage Recovery Deep Treatment Pack Multi Use Hair Mask a highly-concentrated, amino acid-rich treatment to condition and smooth the hair on a weekly basis. For daily color-maintenance, consider the Pureology Color Fanatic Multi-Tasking Leave-In Spray with 21 cited benefits from the sulfate-free, vegan line.

Heat-Styled: Clairol Shimmer Lights Thermal Shine Spray $9.99

If you’re a regular user of heat tools, a thermal heat spray can help restore lost moisture, prevent breakage, and coat the shaft of your hair to protect it from heat damage. Julie Cornejo, Clairol Professional Top Artist, notes that blondes, brunettes, and cooler-toned brondes should look into Clairol Shimmer Lights Thermal Shine Spray, which does damage control for heat-styling treatments by imparting extra conditioning and thermal protection. “[The spray] provides gentle conditioning and heat protection as well as making the hair look brighter and more luminous,” Cornejo explains. Then, for the best DIY blow-out of your life, reach for Sultra After Hours ThermaLite Dryer Brush.

xx, The FabFitFun Team