Dry hair is the culprit behind many a major beauty problem, from breakage or hair loss to good, old-fashioned dullness. But when it comes to moisturizing away the dryness, the first question is almost too obvious: What shampoo are you using? Washing your hair can strip away moisture—it’s a con that comes with any type of cleansing—so it’s important to choose a shampoo that protects hair’s natural oils and adds in even more hydration. One of these formulas will be the foundation to your moisturized and glossy hair (and not to sound too much like the bottle, but don’t forget to follow with hydrating conditioner to get the best results).

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Flora & Curl African Citrus Bloom Superfruit Shampoo

An emerging cult favorite, this botanical-focused shampoo uses baby-soft coconut cleansers to whisk away dirt and sweat, while wheat proteins help bulk up hair’s inner strength. 


Herbal Essences Bio:Renew Hydrate Coconut Milk Shampoo

Coconut milk, aloe, and antioxidants join forces to give hair major silkiness in this yummy-smelling bargain formula.


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L’Oreal Paris EverCreme Deep Nourish Shampoo

Sulfate-free, safe on colored hair, and still works up to a satisfying lather? Check, check, and check.


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Rahua Hydration Shampoo

Dry hair will love the restorative, vitamin-rich plant oils, but the dreamy mango and passion fruit scent doesn’t hurt.


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Living Proof Restore Shampoo

This formula is a powerhouse against frizz, a.k.a. dry hair’s most notorious adversary.


Verb Ghost Shampoo

Made with moisturizing quinoa and moringa seed oil, this lightweight formula is ideal for fine hair in need of TLC.


Hope and Repair Coconut Oil & Ylang Ylang Shampoo

Organic coconut oil helps repair and prevent breakage (and smells like vacation).


This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US