6 Easy Ways to Fix Dry, Damaged Hair at Home
Tresses looking and feeling stressed? Stay calm. Given that pretty much anything and everything we subject our hair to on a daily basis does some kind of damage, occasionally ending up with dry, lackluster strands is almost inevitable. "The most common causes of heat damage include chemical processes such as color and chemical relaxers, as well as heat damage from using hot tools daily. Environmental factors, such as hard water, UV rays, and even extreme cold, can also cause damage," says Susan Ford, master stylist and creative director at Asha Salon Spa in Chicago. The good news: There are plenty of things you can do to bring your locks back to life. Here are six of the best things you can do when your dry hair needs some extra TLC.