Must Have Products for the Faux Blondie

The following are products you need whether you're planning to undergo an Elle Woods transformation or are already walking around with not-so-natural "naturally sun-kissed hair."

1. Olaplex

Only book an appointment with a stylist if he/she uses this hair treatment system. Even though you're lightening your hair, the tresses will come out bouncier and shinier versus orange and fried. This recent invention allows people to go blonder in one sitting than ever possible before. 

2. Sulfate Free Shampoo and Conditioner

We get it, us telling you to use sulfate free products is like your dentist telling you to floss your teeth. Annoying after hearing it for the zillionth time, but so true. One session in the shower can wash out your color if you apply the regular ol' Head and Shoulders. Extra props if your shampoo and conditioner team is not only free of sulfates but is rich in proteins, which will repair your salon-damaged hair. The brand pictured above smells divine and makes your hair feel like a virgin again, statements backed up by its ambassador Jennifer Aniston. If beauty queen Rachel Green uses sulfate free shampoo and conditioner, then so should you.

3. Purple/Silver Shampoo

Use a highly-pigmented silver or purple shampoo once a week to avoid the cruel fate of brassy hair. The darker the shampoo, the better!

4. Hair Moisture Mask

Quench your blonde locks with a moisture-rich hair mask once a week for 30 minutes before rinsing out. Wen's Re Moist Intensive Hair Treatment is a miracle for even the most parched heads.

5. Coconut and Olive Oil

You don't need to sacrifice your wallet and buy every single product at Sephora's hair care section. Your kitchen cabinet and Pinterest's huge directory of DIY recipes can produce natural hair masks just as nourishing for your locks.