6 Hair Products Kim Kardashian Swears By

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The Kardashian-Jenner clan has some pretty enviable locks, collectively. (Let's be serious: If we had a hairstylist as talented and influential as Jen Atkin at our beck and call, we all probably would, too.) While Kylie is known to be more experimental, we'd make the argument that Kim has the most Insta-ready hair of the bunch. Seriously, take a look back at her feed, and rarely — if ever — will you find her mane in anything less than tip-top shape.

In turn, she more than likely knows a thing or two about taking care of it — even in winter, when it becomes a pretty arduous task for those of us not blessed with average temps of 60 degrees. Her trick, according to her website? "I only shampoo it twice a week to prevent it from drying out," she writes. "I also love using hydrating at-home hair masks." (We were pleasantly surprised to learn that her hair advice was so simple.)

If you're unsure where to start when it comes to what masks reign supreme, Kim rounded up her go-tos, which we've included ahead. (And if you have a different hair type from hers, fear not! We've got you covered, too. Head on over to this story to check out the best masks for your hair type, as well as some tips and tricks to keep in mind.) Happy masking!
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Whether or not you choose to take a cue from Kim K. and wash your hair less often, this repairing shampoo is a dream for winter-dehydrated strands.

Leonor Greyl Paris Shampooing Reviviscence Repairing Shampoo, $67, available at Nordstrom.
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With an effective essential-oil blend like this (we're talking apricot oil fused with sweet almond married to neroli), you can say ta-ta to lifeless strands and hello (it's me) to a healthy mane.

Rodin Luxury Hair Oil, $70, available at Barneys New York.
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Shine is another quality that tends to do a disappearing act come winter. This lightweight cream, infused with olive oil, will restore a glowing, summer-like shine to your locks — like it never even left.

Fekkai Brilliant Glossing Crème, $20, available at Fekkai.
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Olaplex (winner of 2015's first-ever Refinery29 Beauty Innovator Award for Most Innovative Hair Launch) came onto the scene last year, and our color-treated hair has never looked better. The collection — typically found in Olaplex-affiliated salons — prevents breakage during the coloring process and "glues" the broken bonds back together. (You can read more about how it works here.)

Olaplex
Hair Perfector No. 3, $20.99, available at SleekHair.
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With strand-strengthening monoi oil being the star ingredient in this mask, you already know your hair is in good hands. That, combined with bamboo water and copra coconut oil, makes it a must-have for repairing moisture-deprived manes.

Carol's Daughter Monoi Repairing Hair Mask, $32, available at Ulta.
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Kim K.'s obsession with Oribe's leave-in cream makes total sense: It has the ability to revive even the thirstiest of tresses and helps protect your hair from environmental effects.

Oribe Supershine Moisturizing Cream, $49, available at Net-A-Porter.
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