10 Best Ways to Repair Hair from Summer Damage
Sun, chlorine, air conditioning and more can suck the life out of your strands -- use these tips to resuscitate them
Replace lost moistureDry hair is the number one issue we face come September. "Hair can't repair itself, we have to put back in what was taken out," Reitman says. If your hair feels dry and even crunchy, he recommends using an intense hydrating mask like Moroccan Oil Masque, $48.75 weekly. After shampooing, apply the mask. Step out of the shower and blast hair with a blow dryer set on medium heat to help the hair expand, allowing the product to penetrate the hair shaft. Once your hair is warm, let the mask set for another 10 minutes then rinse.
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