Hair Solution Guide
DITCH DAMAGED HAIR

DITCH DAMAGED HAIR

Dried out hair looks dull. It’s also brittle and prone to breakage and split ends. Blast your strands with massive moisture with these helpful tips.

Let Your Hair Dry

Addicted to your hair dryer? Time to put it down and let your hair dry on its own. While a blowout might make your hair look shiny, the heat is actually quite damaging.

Use A Heat Protectant Spray

When using a flat iron or curling iron, use a good heat protectant spray to reduce dehydration and damage.

Apply a Leave-in Conditioner

They’re lightweight and designed to be left on the hair instead of rinsed out. Leave-in conditioners also hydrate, seal cuticles, and protect from moisture loss. When used after shampooing, they’re great for detangling, too.

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TIPS FOR REPAIRING DAMAGE

TIPS FOR REPAIRING DAMAGE

  • Apply a leave-in conditioner.
  • Put down your hair dryer and let your hair dry on its own.
  • When using a flat iron or curling iron, use a good heat protectant spray to reduce dehydration and damage.
BEFORE YOU COLOR, PREP FOR SUCCESS

BEFORE YOU COLOR, PREP FOR SUCCESS

Healthy hair takes color more evenly. Repair damage and nourish tresses with a deep conditioner one week prior to coloring.

After You Color,
Take 3 Easy Steps

  1. Use a sealer to lock in your color so your new shade doesn’t fade.
  2. Give your hair some sulfate-free TLC.
  3. Deep condition your hair for less-stressed tresses.

Get Longer Lasting Color

Prevent water from washing away your vibrant color - it’s easy. Just wash your hair less. Shampooing just two or three times per week helps your hair retain natural oils that condition color-treated hair.

TIPS FOR eXTENDING COLOR

TIPS FOR eXTENDING COLOR

  • Use a sealer to lock in color so your new shade doesn’t fade.
  • Give your hair some sulfate-free TLC.
  • Deep condition for less-stressed stresses.
  • Shampoo just two or three times a week.
WHIP FRIZZY HAIR INTO SUBMISSION

WHIP FRIZZY HAIR
INTO SUBMISSION

Frizz happens when dry, porous hair soaks up moisture from humid air. Prevent your hair from acting like a sponge with these helpful tips.

More Fuss, More Frizz

The key is not to fuss with your hair too much – the more fuss, the more frizz. Seriously, that should be a t-shirt slogan. More fuss, more frizz.

– Sarah James
Whoorl.com

Diffuse the Situation

Diffuse the Situation

When drying your hair, push the diffuser up onto the curls and hold it for a while. A diffuser reduces air velocity, limiting frizz.

– Cara Brook
Maskcara.com

Tips for FIGHTING frizz

Tips for FIGHTING frizz

  • Resist the urge to over-style or overdo your ‘do.
  • When drying your hair, reduce dryer air velocity by pushing a diffuser up onto curls and holding for a while.
  • Use an ion-emitting brush to help fight static.
GET TO THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM

GET TO THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM

Add extra volume at your roots by blow drying your soaking-wet hair upside down. After your hair is around 60% dry, flip your head upright and continue blow drying while picking up the roots for added volume.

Don’t Get Weighed Down

Issue: Hair products like gels, balms and waxes tend to flatten your hair, which decreases the volume. Solution: Use lightweight volumizing airsprays and mousses instead.

Clean Up Your Act

Volumizing shampoos and conditioners make a BIG difference. The shampoos make hair thicker and fuller without stripping it, while the conditioners soften and detangle, both without adding build-up. PRO TIP: Use the conditioner exclusively on the mid-shafts and ends of your hair so it doesn’t trap oil on your scalp and weigh the hair down.

TIPS FOR adding volume

TIPS FOR adding volume

  • Blow dry your hair upside down for extra volume.
  • Avoid hair gels, balms, and hair waxes which decrease the volume.
  • Use volumizing shampoos and conditioners.
  • Use conditioner exclusively on the mid-shafts of hair strands.
AVOID THINNING HAIR

AVOID THINNING HAIR

Thinning is a sign of aging hair, but you can have healthier hair with less hair loss simply by taking care of your scalp and keeping it clean. A clarifying treatment keeps the pores on your scalp free and clear while keeping your strands silky smooth.

Prevent Excess Damage

Limit the amount of heat tools you use. According to experts, heat is the largest contributor to aging hair and the depletion of keratin. It’s important to cut back your use of heat tools so you don’t wipe out all the moisture from your hair and scalp.

It’s Okay To Tease

One way to give your hair volume and height is by teasing, ratting or backcombing it. But be careful. These techniques are also easy ways to damage and tangle your aging hair.

Give Roots a Boost

A good way to get volume without the damage is to consider using a root booster or texturizing spray.

Tips for Restoring youth

Tips for Restoring youth

  • Use clarifying treatment to keep the pores on your scalp free and clear.
  • Limit the amount of heat tools you use.
  • Teasing can give your hair volume and height. But don’t overdo it!
Protecting your hair at night

DAY AND NIGHT

Protecting your hair at night is just as important as protecting it during the day. It’s simple to keep your hair moisturized while preventing against unwanted frizz and tangles. Just wrap your locks in a silky scarf or satin pillowcase while you sleep.

Always Remember To:

  • Keep hair moisturized.
  • Trim ends regularly.
  • Deep condition when needed.
  • Avoid overstyling your hair.

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TIPS FOR embracing texture

TIPS FOR embracing texture

  • Keep your hair moisturized.
  • Wrap your hair in a silky scarf or satin pillow while you sleep.
  • Trim ends regularly.
  • Deep condition when needed.
  • Avoid overstyling your hair.