How to Fix Heat Damaged Hair in 9 Steps

Heat tools are the answer to some of the most covetable hairstyles out there – from super-sleek, straight strands, to voluminous blow-dries, to bouncy, defined curls. But the ease, speed and effectiveness of heat styling can come at a cost to your clients; heat damaged hair is an all-too-common problem for those who love to style regularly. The good news is, while you can't reverse frazzled hair, you can work to rehydrate it and, over time, restore it back to health.

It may not be a quick process, but with a few trims and the tricks below, your client's heat damaged hair will start to look healthy and hydrated once more…

ULTIMATE REPAIR Miracle Hair Rescue is misted through a model’s hair backstage at Fashion Week.
A collage shows hair before and after using Miracle Hair Rescue. In the after image, hair looks smoother and healthier.
Back of model’s head with long, straight, shiny brown hair and blonde highlights.

Image Credit: @sophieshairgram

WellaPlex No 1 Bond Maker and No2 Bond Stabilizer on a wooden table.
A bottle of INVIGO Blonde Recharge Cool Blonde Shampoo with purple shampoo pouring out.
A hairdresser curls a client’s blonde hair with hair straighteners.
EIMI Thermal Image is surrounded by a selection of hair styling tools.
Model with copper red hair styles in loose waves smiles at the camera.

Image Credit: @kazdoeshair