Ten Hair Tips from Behind the Chair

At-home hair care doesn’t have to be hard if you use the right products, tools and techniques.  Check out our ten best hair tips from our amazing stylists.

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  1. Want the just out of the salon blowout? Apply a leave-in conditioner or a heat protectant to your wet hair from root to ends. Then apply a root booster to create lasting volume. Rough dry your hair to about 90% dry and section off your hair and use large round brushes as you blow-dry your hair section by section. Make sure to blow-dry your hair to 100% so there is no frizz.
  2. When using bobby pins spray on a little hair spray for better hold, and always make sure the rippled side is down.
  3. Looking for more volume? Add some texturizer or volumizer to the root, then blow-dry your head upside down using your fingers to tousle and add in volume.
  4. A messy zig zag part helps to hide root growth on colored hair.
  5. Dry hair looks dull and can break or split easily. To repair dry hair use a deep conditioning masque once a week. Apply the masque and cover with shower cap then heat with the warmth from a hair dryer set on low to allow the product to work deeper into your hair. Let the masque sink in for 10-15 minutes before rinsing.
  6. When your hair is wet use a wide tooth comb to gently work knots from the ends upwards to avoid over stretching, breakage, and pulling hair out.
  7. Want healthy hair? Increase circulation by giving yourself a mini scalp massage every time you shampoo, two or three minutes is all you need.
  8. To avoid weighing down thin hair by applying conditioner to the bottom ¾ of your hair, avoid the roots.
  9. Master the art of day two and even day three hair with dry shampoo. Dry shampoo absorbs any excess oil and adds texture and volume to roots.
  10. Keep fly-aways and baby hairs in check by using clear brow fix (with a wand) or applying a little hair spray to a toothbrush and gently brushing on to the problem area.

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