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15 Cruelty-Free Hair Product Brands You'll Wish You Knew About Sooner

More like guilt-free, ethical haircare, am I right?

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1. AG Hair makes sure all their ingredients are gentle on your hair, which is great for those with sensitive scalps.

aghair.com

PETA-certified.

Get the Coil Curl Activator for $20 and Root Volumizer for $22.

Shop the full collection on Ulta and select products on Amazon.

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2. Amika is a quirky-ass brand that is first and foremost about self-expression, especially through hair care. Their nourishing mask is perfect for silky, touchable hair.

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Leaping Bunny-certified.

Get the Perk Up Dry Shampoo for $22 and Cool Blonde Shampoo and Conditioner for $24 each.

Shop the full collection on Sephora and select products on Amazon.

3. Giovanni was one of the first brands to experiment with all-natural products, knowing that it would only benefit their client's well-beings.

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Leaping Bunny-certified.

Get the Wicked Wax Texture Styling Pomade for $8.13 and Hydrating-Clarifying Shampoo and Conditioner for $15.35.

Shop the full collection on Amazon.

4. Drybar is the queen of blowouts and the line focuses on eliminating heat damage, as well as encouraging stronger hair.

thedrybar.com

Leaping Bunny-certified.

Get the Hot Toddy Heat and UV Protectant for $30 and Chaser Shine Cream for $29.

Shop the full collection on Sephora and select products on Amazon.

5. It's a 10 wants everyone to have great hair. Their products boost shine and moisture, as well as healthy hair movement.

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Leaping Bunny-certified.

Get the Miracle Blow Dry Volumizer for $12.87 and Miracle Styling Potion for $15.05.

Shop the full collection on Amazon.

6. John Masters Organics obviously uses USDA-certified organic ingredients, including wild-harvested ones that promise to take the guilt out of having great hair. Talk about ethical hair-care.

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PETA-certified.

Get the Citrus and Neroli Detangler for $16 and Rose and Apricot Hair Milk for $26.

Shop the full collection on Ulta and select products on Amazon.

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7. Kevin Murphy is self-described as "skincare for your hair." They want to strengthen your locks with organic ingredients from around the world.

8. Manic Panic is the go-to hair dye for when you want to make a bold statement. All of their ingredients are vegan, as well as cruelty-free!

manicpanic.com

PETA-certified.

Get the high voltage semi-permanent hair dye for $10.49 (available in 42 colors).

Shop the full collection on Amazon.

9. Oribe is all about blending style with a quality product that can help hair thrive.

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Not certified, but in a letter to Cruelty-Free Kitty states: "Oribe has a strong commitment to animal welfare and does not directly or indirectly perform animal testing on any of our products."

Get the Dry Texturizing Spray for $22+ and Curl Shaping Mouse for $39.

Shop the full collection on Nordstrom and select products on Amazon.

10. Paul Mitchell was the first professional hair-care company to stand against animal testing. Total trailblazers!

paulmitchell.com

Leaping Bunny-certified.

Get the Smoothing Super Skinny Serum for $17.40 and Sculpting Foam for $10.88.

Shop the full collection on Amazon.

11. Verb was created in Austin by professional stylists with a mission to deliver high-end products that their clients could actually afford.

verbproducts.com

PETA-certified.

Get the Hydrating Mask for $14 and Ghost Oil for $18.

Shop the full collection on Sephora and select products on Amazon.

12. Simple is always better. Yarok uses pure and rustic ingredients to improve scalp and hair health.

yarokhair.com

Leaping Bunny-certified.

Get the Feed Your Ends leave-in conditioner for $27.20 and Feed Your Do Styling Whip for $20.40.

Shop the full collection on Amazon.

13. Carol's Daughter* started in a kitchen in Brooklyn, where founder Lisa Price combined all-natural, nourishing products for all hair types.

carolsdaughter.com

PETA-certified. *owned by L'Oreal, which is not a cruelty-free company.

Get the Monoi Strengthening Shampoo and Conditioner Set for $57.60 and Black Vanilla 4-in-1 Combing Creme for $9.

Shop the full collection on Carol's Daughter and select products on Amazon.

14. Lush uses all-natural ingredients to bring a fresh, clean experience to hair care.

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PETA-certified.

Get the Solid Shampoo Bar for $22.57 and No Drought Dry Shampoo for $28.98.

Shop the full collection on Amazon.

15. Devacurl makes quality products for people with wavy to super-coiled curls, bringing moisture and shine to hair types that need the extra love and attention.

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PETA-certified.

Get the Bombshell Waves Kit for $40 and Styling Cream Touchable Curl Definer for $26.

Shop the full collection on Sephora or Amazon.

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