New Ways to Prevent and Repair Hair Damage

Are your ombre-dyed, heat-styled strands feeling a tad frazzled? No need to go—gulp—au natural for the next six months. Try these innovations to get your mane back into shape, without sacrificing your favorite looks.

| March 19th, 2013

Even if you’re not an A-list celebrity parading her way through awards season or a model criss-crossing the globe for Fashion Week, your hair has likely been put through the wringer.

“If you’re blow-drying and coloring your hair regularly, even just for grays, you’re automatically more prone to dryness and split ends,” explains Kristy Dicus, a colorist at the Frédéric Fekkai salon in Los Angeles. No need to hit the panic button. Regaining good hair health doesn’t have to mean taking a yearlong sabbatical from hot tools, ditching the color or lopping it all off.

QUIZ: How Healthy is Your Hair?

Savvy product manufacturers are upgrading their formulas—from at-home dyes to shampoo—to help repair existing damage and prevent more from occurring. Read on to learn which made the YouBeauty cut (no pun intended).

Carly Martin
New Ways to Prevent and Repair Hair Damage
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