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5 hair products recommended by Jacqueline Fernandez’s hairstylist

We got celebrity hairstylist Priyanka Borkar to play favourites

By Trisha Chawla  July 21st, 2017

What do Priyanka Chopra’s signature waves, Jacqueline Fernandez’s voluminous hairdos and Alia Bhatt’s messy bun have in common? They’re all credited to celebrity hairstylist Priyanka Borkar’s magic, and her force of hair styling products.

Priyanka and her beautifully dyed hair recently visited Elle HQ to talk all things hair, spilling more than a few trade secrets along the way. The no-nonsense stylist wants you to experiment with colour, chop off your long locks into a funky bob and understand that hairfall can’t be stopped with the wave of a magic wand (though her flat iron comes close).   

Whether you need to fight frizzy locks or fake a bouncy blowout, these are the products Priyanka and her celebrity clients believe in. So take notes and add to cart.

Jacqueline Fernandez’s hairstylist recommends these pro-tested hair products

Moroccanoil Treatment, Rs 2,880

This non-sticky oil nourishes and repairs your tresses if you’re a frequent user of the flat iron. She recommends this as a leave-in for all types of hair. 

Schwarzkopf BC Moisture Kick Spray Conditioner, Rs 800

This mist is the super product that Borkar relies on. You can spray it into towel dried hair to give it a boost of moisture so it doesn’t look dry or unruly. 

TIGI Bed Head Foxy Curls Contour Cream, Rs 831

The humid weather is probably making your hair puff to the heavens. If you want to keep things down to earth, work in this leave-in conditioner and scrunch your hair to cut frizz.

Bumble and Bumble Prêt-à-Powder, Rs 1,750 approx.

When you need to lend a quick boost of volume or cure flat, greasy hair, simply work this powder into dry shampoo into your roots. It smells great and makes bad hair days a thing of the past.

Bleach London Rosé Hair Colour, Rs 510 approx

Rosé is not just our choice of wine, but something we’d gladly wear on our hair this season. If you want to dye your hair in trending pastel hues, Borkar recommends you do it only with this trusty colour.