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by Krista Bennett DeMaio
Leave It In
A leave-in conditioner will plug up all the porous spots in your strands (caused by damage), making the hair shaft stronger and better protected against dehydrating UV rays, says Jet Rhys, a hairstylist in San Diego. Try: Suave Professionals Natural Infusion Strengthening Light Leave-In Cream with Awapuhi Ginger ($5).
Oil Up Before a Swim
Before you take a dip, wet your strands with regular water. Then work a few drops of hair oil from root to tip. “The chlorinated water can’t absorb if there’s oil on your hair,” says Rhys. Try: Redken Argan-6 Oil ($30).
Rinse with Bubbles
Forgot to do the oil trick? Post-swim, rinse hair with club soda. “The bicarbonate will remove the impurities instantly,” Rhys says.
by: Jet Rhys
“This dryer is so quiet I can actually have a conversation with a client while I blow-dry her hair.”
I have been around blow dryers pretty much my entire life — it’s honestly one of the reasons why I think I can’t hear as well as I used too. Which is why the Centrix Q-Zone Lightweight Dryer is such a welcome new tool — it’s so quiet I can actually hear my clients perfectly because I am not competing with the noise of a blow dryer! This little engine that could is as light as a feather and packs major power with a 1500 watt motor which is perfect for me at home because it cuts my drying time in half! It’s also a savior for my busy clients who don’t have the time to sit for long hours in the salon for styling. This little baby will smooth out the most stubborn, kinky roots on the planet!