Hair Dos and Don'ts for Your 30s
You're not old, but your daring 20s are behind you. Here's how to wear your hair during this style-transition time
Don't: Damage your hairMuch like rocker hair color looks cheap, damaged hair makes you look way less put-together than you should be in your 30s. Tara Reid and Drew Barrymore have such frizzy ends, it looks like they haven't seen a salon since their 20s; not good.
Fowler suggests working with your natural hair texture, especially if you have curly hair. "You don't want to be blow drying it every day," she adds. When you do heat style, protect your hair with a product like Kiehl's Heat-Protective Silk-Straightening Cream, $17. You can also keep the damage down by using a UV spray when you know you'll be in the sun, wearing a hat outdoors, and using deep conditioning treatments regularly.
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