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
Detangle with careHair that's been abused by summer's elements may be difficult to comb out. And according to Cutler, if you harshly comb out tangles, you may cause your hair to break. He recommends using a wide-tooth comb and starting at your ends and working up to your roots. To make detangling even easier, Reitman recommends also using a multi-tasking product like Nectar of the Gods, $22 (2 oz.). It detangles, adds moisture and shine, and protects hair from heat styling. It's the "magic bullet for detangling hair without making it flat," Reitman says.
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