When it comes to our daily beauty routines, going for a natural and effortless look tends to be a goal for many of us. And if there’s anyone out there who’s nailed the effortless look, it’s the French. French women and men alike know how to avoid the heating tools and salon visits in order to maintain fresh and natural locks, so it only makes sense that some pretty stellar haircare products have come out of the European country and made their way over here.

Klorane Conditioner with Chamomile

If you're a blonde stranded on a desert island, pack this Klorane conditioner. It's got my dirty blonde locks sparkling in the sun and silky soft. I can often get away skipping the shampoo and going straight to my conditioner. The chamomile extract in this works to naturally brighten blonde locks. Free of parabens and sulfates. Formulated to repair and brighten hair.This product is dermatologist tested and biodegradable.

L'Oreal Paris Elnett Satin Extra Strong Hold Unscented Hair Spray

It also works great on my casual hair down days to keep the flyaways stuck, but my hair still feels natural. Being strong enough to withstand humid temps, but lightweight enough to brush through at the end of the day. Suitable for all hair types. Micro-diffuser spray offers a clean, soft shiny finish.

Iles Formula Haute Performance Finishing Serum

Apply this serum to wet or dry hair, whichever you prefer. Protecting against the elements, like harsh UV rays and heating tools, as well as keeping your hair nourished and your color intact. Free of parabens and phthalates. Lightweight formula for both wet and dry hair to protect against heated tools, UV damage, and humidity. Lightly scented with white flowers for freshness.

Kérastase Nutritive Nectar Thermique

This lightweight conditioner leaves hair feeling soft and looking shiny and, best of all, doesn’t feel greasy. Nourishes, softens and moisturizes hair. Protects hair from heat-styling tools. Envelops the surface for intense smoothness and shine.

Christophe Robin Cleansing Purifying Scrub with Sea Salt

Those with sensitive or oily scalps can benefit from the detoxifying properties. Free of parabens and phthalates. Formulated to eliminate impurities and promote blood circulation. This paste is enriched with a 100% plant-derived agent.

PHYTO Phytodéfrisant Botanical Straightening Balm

Blowout fanatics—this product is heat-activated so it works best when you fight the frizz with the help of a hairdryer. Apply for the perfect blow-dry. Hydrates and softens hair

Leonor Greyl Paris Éclat Naturel Styling Cream

A little goes a long way—a pea-sized amount should do the trick! Works to repair damaged hair that is a result of excessive heat or hair treatments. Free of parabens and sulfates.  Formulated with shea butter, jojoba oil, and rapeseed sterols. For dry hair that reconditions, detangles, and works as a real hair styling tool.

Rene Furterer Vegetal Texture Spray

With plant extract and Vitamin B as key ingredients, your hair will feel healthier after just a few spritzes. Sets and holds hair in place leaving a shiny and soft touch. Designed to instantly add texture, volume and body into the hair through an invisible, dry mist. Leaves aromatic blend of citrus, floral and wood notes.

Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse Multi-Purpose Dry Oil

You can use this multi-purpose dry oil pretty much anywhere, which is exactly the point. Six essential oils combine to nourish, repair and soften your face, body and hair. Easily absorbed, it’ll leave whatever surface you put it on soft and moisturized but never greasy.  Contains 6 precious oils. Suitable for your face, body and hair.

Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk

This beloved award-winning dry shampoo is hypoallergenic and vegan, which means it can work its magic on all hair types. The fast-acting, gentle formula. Free of parabens and sulfates. Suitable for all hair types. Hypoallergenic and vegan.

Take A Cue From The French And Start Using One Of These Haircare Products. In the following list, you’ll find our Top 10 picks for the best French haircare products—from oils to dry shampoos and even texture sprays—so you can do as the French do and achieve a perfectly messy ‘do.