Hairstylist-to-the-stars Chris Appleton is staying a cut above with these quarantine faves

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You may not know the name of hairdresser Chris Appleton, but unless you lived in a cave, you have been blinded by his A-list handicraft. Rita Ora's swing ring braids? Katy Perry's Pneumatic Met Gala Beehive? J. Go on that heartbreaking honey blonde makeover? Yes, that is him. When Kim Kardashian decided she was going to rock a pink do for a Tokyo trip, who would she turn to? Appleton again. And then there's its signature innovation, the ripped ponytail made famous by an Ariana Grande.
Speaking of living in a cave ... this Svengali des Salons was kind enough to give Yahoo Life a socially distant look at their favorite hair products. Scroll down for some inspiration.
BLAX Clear Snag-Free hair ties
Your life is sure to hit a few hooks; Your hair shouldn't (Photo: Amazon)
Appleton's world-famous "Snatch Ponytail" cannot do without these "essential" elastic bands. "There's nothing worse than a limp pony," he says. "What I love about these is that they really hold the hair, not snap."
Shop it one: BLAX Clear Snag-Free Hair Elastics, $ 6 (down from $ 10),
COLOR WOW dream coat
It's not called "WOW" for nothing, you know? (Photo: Amazon)
It's no wonder why Appleton is an ambassador for this world-class hair care brand. "The Color WOW Dream Coat offers an amazing finish," he says. "You put it on wet hair, saturate it, blow-dry it." Yes, it's that simple.
Shop it one: COLOR WOW Dream Coat, $ 28,
Leandro Limited Various self-gripping rollers
Rock and Roll, Your Way to an A-List Look (Photo: Leandro Limited)
"The current trends are high volume and bounce," says Appleton. With this triple variety package, you can tick both boxes in no time. "I prepare myself with the dream coat first, dry it and then hit these rollers." And voila, he says, "you get great, bouncy, sexy looking hair."
Shop it at: Leandro Limited Assorted Self-Grip Rollers, $ 12,
Mason Pearson Handy Brush with mixed bristles
Treat yourself to a brush of fame (heh) that you will never forget (Photo: Amazon)
"Mason Person is a classic," says Appleton of this British brand that has been bringing class and glamor for over a hundred years. "This model has a natural bristle and a plastic bristle that is longer. It's great to squeeze out waves because it swirls the hair and when you do a ponytail it snaps up the sides." Were sold!
Buy it one: Mason Pearson Handy Mixed Bristle Brush, $ 175,
HUM Hair Sweet Hair Gummies
The healthy and delicious route to stronger locks (Photo: Amazon)
"Many people underestimate the importance of taking vitamins for healthy, strong hair," says Appleton. No wonder he calls these delicious heart-shaped gummies "one of my favorite things" ... they're full of folic acid and keep my hair super strong. "You heard the man - take your vitamins!
Shop it one: Hair Sweet Hair Gummies, $ 25,
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