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
Get a hair color prescriptionIf your hair color has faded or changed due to exposure to chlorine, sun, etc., visit your stylist and have them help you decide on a course of action and specific products to use at home in order to get your color back where it started. "Different hair colors react differently," says Reitman when asked how women can "fix" color at home. He warns that taking matters into your own hands could leave you with less than desirable results.
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