Best headphones for professional quality recording/stopping headphone overspill into the mic
I've got a Boss digital multitrack studio, Rode condenser mic (with pop shield), and generally use a Shure SM58 for live work. Of course when recording vocals, I use headphones but I noticed the Rode condenser mic even picks up some of the music coming out of the headphones, which overspills into the vocal track I'm recording. Is this because I need to use better headphones when recording? I've heard that it's best to use closed back headphones when recording to eliminate this overspill, but wasn't sure, and that it's best to use open back headphones for mixing because they have a better overall sound quality than closed back ones.
This leads me to my next question: what are the best brands/models of studio pro quality headphones for recording and mixing a song? Preferably around the $100 mark or less. Thanks.