Hair Problems Solved: 5 Cooler-Weather Hair Hacks to Fix Your Lackluster Locks by Belinda Lichty Clarke

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3 years ago
Hair Problems Solved: 5 Cooler-Weather Hair Hacks to Fix Your Lackluster Locks

Is your hair not really feeling the cooler weather and acting out? From split ends to fading color to itchy scalps, here are five beauty products to get you on the road to fabulous hair: 

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Problem: Split Ends
Problem: Split Ends $40
Fix: Summer left your hair a little crunchy? Virtue Labs has created a lightweight, truly miraculous serum called, fittingly, The Perfect Ending, that seals and smooths perfectly. A little goes a long way and the formula contains Alpha Keratin 60ku® protein. Color-safe, paraben-free, gluten-free and vegan.
Problem: Dullness
Problem: Dullness $6
Fix: Pantene Pro-V Intense Rescue Shots come in a single dose-tube packed with Pro-Vitamin B5 strengthening lipids and natural glycerin that target the damaged areas to give hair flexibility and resilience. Works great on over-styled, overheated locks as a super quick fix that lasts.
Problem: Overwashed Hair
Problem: Overwashed Hair $12
Fix: Regular workout queens will attest that twice-daily showers can do a number on your hair, especially in colder weather. That’s why co-washing (washing with a cleansing conditioner instead of shampoo) is still a big trend. Coconut oil and argan oil formulas work great. Renpure Coconut Creme Cowash Cleansing Conditioner is a plant-based option for co-washing.
Problem: Dry, Itchy Scalp
Problem: Dry, Itchy Scalp $20
Fix: INOAR Fresh Ginger Shampoo and Conditioning Kit is a spicy, fresh detox for scalp and hair, leaving the hair perfectly clean and the scalp free of residue and excess oils. Fresh Ginger is a natural antioxidant source and the conditioner’s nourishing formula helps protect against breakage and adds shine and volume.
Problem: Brassiness Due to Fading Hair Color
Problem: Brassiness Due to Fading Hair Color $28
Fix: Home and even professional color starts to lose its luster and/or look brassy after several weeks. Buy yourself a little time in between visits to the salon by using a toning shampoo for your specific hair type. Purple works great to draw the too-gold tones out of highlighted or blonde-colored hair, or try a formula specifically for brunettes. Try Beachwaver Co. BRB Blonde Purple Shampoo with shea butter.

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Donna John
Trying three of these five products ASAP. Thanks, Belinda Lichty Clarke ! You always have such great beauty product suggestions.
Elisa Schmitz, 30Seconds
I love a good purple shampoo after I get highlights done, Belinda Lichty Clarke . But now you have me curious about the ginger shampoo. I've been slicing fresh ginger and putting it into my tea, and I love it. Guessing it must be good for my hair, too, ha!

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