How to Repair Damaged Hair From Straightening

Model touches their long, straight blonde hair.

Whether they’re reaching for their flat iron daily or working smooth, sleek hair just for special occasions, even a client with the strictest hair care ritual may notice damage caused by straighteners. 

But that doesn’t mean they have to hang up their flat iron forever. With the right tips, tricks and styling products, you can show your client how to treat damaged hair from straightening. Here’s the advice they need for zero-stress, sleek hair… 

Side profile of model with sleek, straight, strawberry blonde bob haircut.

Image Credit: @jasblack

Wella’s EIMI Thermal Image is surrounded by heated hair tools and a hairbrush.
Model with mid-length, straight, sleek hair faces the camera.

Image Credit: @shelbyragazzo

Model touches their long, straight blonde hair.

Image Credit: @hairbysamspezia

Back of model’s head showing the improved condition of their hair before and after using Miracle Hair Rescue.
Bottles of Ultimate Repair Shampoo, Ultimate Repair Conditioner and Miracle Hair Rescue on a red backdrop.
Close-up of a comb running through dark brown, wet hair.
Before and after collage showing how Color Fresh Mask in Golden Gloss gives light blonde hair a glowy finish.