Pure Picks: Alicia M. Cook

A tour of The Hamptons’ best boutiques, from the founder of Revolve Hair.
“As a small-business owner, I love when people make a conscious effort to shop local and see the unique boutiques of the East End. Here are my beauty and fashion favorites from the region’s most chic retail destinations.” — Alicia M. Cook
“The best natural bristle brush. Great for putting a polish on the hair while blow-drying, and prevents damage since it doesn’t have any harsh metal components.” Straight shine styler round hair brush, $100, Y.S. Park; available at ysparkusa.com and Revolve Hair, 34 Hill St., Southampton revolvehair.com
“I adore all of Satori’s eyewear, accessories and apparel. A beautifully curated shopping experience in Sag Harbor by owner Lee Ann Bulgin, and my go-to destination for sunglasses.” Austen black grey lens polarized, $105; available at satorisagharbor.com, 95 Main St., Sag Harbor
“This nourishing shampoo contains hyaluronic acid, which holds 20,000 times its weight in moisture. Great for helping hair bounce back after color and heat damage, and prevents breakage.” Hair alchemy resilience shampoo, $49, Oribe, available at Revolve Hair; 34 Hill St., Southampton, revolvehair.com 
“I love the rich, masculine notes of D.S. & Durga scents. The scent is long-lasting and I get so many compliments when I wear it.” Notorious Oud, $175; D.S. & Durga, available at Love Adorned, 156 Main St., Amagansett; loveadorned.com
“One of my favorite products of all time, especially for the summer. It’s perfect to throw in my beach bag to provide moisture on skin and salty hair.” Côte d’Azur luminous hair & body oil, $75; Oribe, available at Revolve Hair, 34 Hill St., Southampton revolvehair.com
“Fancy Peasant olive oil was created as an ode to the founder’s father. I bonded with Anastasia Ganais after learning we both experienced the loss of our fathers, and she started her company to honor his memory. I love this beautiful company and its roots in family.” The everything oil, $45; available at fancypeasant.com
“This plate is by far the least edgy of what Aloof Icon has to offer. The store has the most diverse, unexpected and fun finds. I love to stop in and hang out with owner Megan Ruddy and her dog Stanley.” Let that shit go ceramic plate, $75; available at alooficon.com, 87 Jobs Lane, Southampton