The best supermarket hair products

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The best supermarket hair products

If you’d told us a few months ago that the hair product aisle at the supermarket would be the highlight of our week, we would’ve thought you’d gone mad.

But there’s no doubt about it, supermarket brands have stepped it up.  And with new products being launched at every turn, its hard to know what’s a winner and what’s just clutter. 

So, if you enjoyed our best supermarket skin care round-up, then you’re going to love our hero highlights for hair.

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Check out our mix of old classics and new faves for every hair type…


Monday Haircare Volume Shampoo and Conditioner

Say hello to the newest kid on the supermarket block. Monday promises salon-quality products at affordable prices – not to mention the range is also free of any nasties. The bottles are made with recycled plastic and they look SO CUTE in your bathroom. We’re fans of the volume version, but they have shampoo and conditioner sets available in smoothing, repairing and, sensitive-friendly variations too.

($10, available at Coles).

Sukin Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner

Those who love affordable and natural haircare, swear by Sukin. The hydrating shampoo and conditioner combo contains shea butter and coconut to tame frizz and repair dry and damaged hair, while olive oil strengthens and adds shine.

Read Sukin Hydrating Conditioner reviews.

($15, available at Woolworths and Coles)

OGX Argan Oil of Morocco Shampoo and Conditioner

If you haven’t already tried this household fave, then well, you really need to. Guaranteed silky, heavenly perfection. The hydrating argan oil helps protect hair from heat and UV damage, plus it’s also available in a travel size option if you want to try before committing. 

Read OGX Argan Oil Of Morocco Shampoo reviews.

($20, available in Coles and Woolworths)

Garnier Hair Food

Garnier’s Hair Food range, which comes in papaya, goji and macadamia (just to name a few), can be used as a hair mask, intense conditioner or leave-in treatment. 

The delicious, natural and vegan treatments are suitable for coloured hair and are a fast way to get healthy and smooth locks.

Read Garnier Papaya Hair Food reviews.

($12, available at Coles and Woolworths).

TRESemmé Violet Blonde Shampoo and Conditioner

This duo is great for those who want to give their blonde hair a refresh, but can’t get to the salon for a toner. TRESemmé’s first range specifically for blondes, combines pearl extract and violet toning pigment to help neutralise brassy and yellow tones.

($9, available at Coles and Woolworths). 

Organic Care Normal Balance Shampoo and Conditioner

OC’s Normal Balance Shampoo and Conditioner features aloe vera and ginseng for balance and hydration. They’re suitable for all hair types, but they do also offer a hydrating product for those with drier hair, as well as a repair-specific product for damaged hair.

($3.50, available at Coles and Woolworths).

Redken Colour Extend Shampoo and Conditioner

As we don’t know when our next trip to the salon might be, Redken’s Colour Extend line might be our saving grace. It’s specially crafted to target and revive coloured hair, while repairing and providing protection.

Read Colour Extend Magnetics Shampoo reviews.

($25, available in Woolworths).

Toni & Guy Bamboo Detangling Comb

Keep this comb on hand for when you get out of the shower or have put in a hair mask; it’s perfect for detangling and styling.

Read Toni & Guy Bamboo Comb reviews.

($10, available at Woolworths).

OGX Argan Oil Of Morocco

The younger sibling of the OGX Argan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner, this guy is the perfect finisher for those looking to provide even MORE protection and moisture to their hair. Not to mention it smells incredible.

($25, available at Woolworths and Coles). 

Main image: @toniandguyau Do you buy your shampoo and conditioner from the supermarket? If so, which ones do you use?

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  1. I buy most hair products from online stores such as Nourished Life. I sometimes buy a TRESemmé conditioner that's silicone-free from the supermarket. This conditioner is often not in stock so I hope that the company is not going to discontinue it.

  2. The Monday shampoo and conditioner are amazing. I got the Repair version. It smells absolutely gorgeous and my hair feels silky soft. I got mine on special for $7 each. Normal price $10. I’ve been using mostly Redken for ages. But there’s lots of fantastic brands hitting the shelves in supermarkets and I’m wondering if I really do need to buy salon products. I personally won’t use the really cheap supermarket brands, but some of these newer ones make you think about it hey.

  3. Love good quality wooden hair tools especially brushes and combs. Haven't paid attention to the Tony and Guy one. Also been meaning to try Sukin looks so good and affordable

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