When it comes to shampoo, conditioner and the like, your stylist will likely recommend products at the salon. However, when it comes to styling tools or other types of products you can use to keep your hair healthy in between salon visits, you might not have as clear of a direction. The following are some of the best products available to keep your hair as healthy as possible between salon visits:

Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer

This amazing hair dryer was awarded the Allure Beauty Expert Reader’s Choice Award and retails for around $399.00. It is made by Dyson, which is more widely known for making high-end vacuum cleaners that work unbelievably well. The Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer is the product of Dyson’s state-of-the-art hair research laboratory that includes 2,000 engineers, four years of research and has produced more than 500 products. This dryer works to keep your hair healthy in several ways, one of which is the heat controlled technology that prevents damage to the hair, protecting its natural shine.

Alterna Haircare Caviar Anti-Aging Overnight

This product is made to deeply penetrate the strands and successfully treat damaged hair while you sleep. It retails for around $40.00. No need to worry about it leaving a residue on your pillow at night. It instantly absorbs into the hair. It is also paraben, phthalate, and sulfate free.

SugarBearHair Vitamins

This daily, easy-to-swallow vitamin retails for around $31.34 for one month supply. It is designed to nourish the hair and improve its growth. It has been endorsed by Vanessa Hudgens, Kim Kardashian and King Kylie. Not only is it great for your hair, but it’s pretty tasty too.

Tangle Teezer Thick & Curly Detangling Hairbrush

This detangling brush by Sephora was named one of the best brushes of the year by Harper Bazaar and retails for around $15. This brush allows you to detangle your thick and curly hair pain-free. It also prevents hair loss and reduces damage to the hair’s cuticles. The brush is designed to be used with either wet or dry hair.

During your next visit, ask your stylist if they agree with these recommendations and get their personal opinion on some others to try. Until then, you have a good idea of some high-end products that will help keep your hair healthy.