How to Rehydrate Your Heat Damaged Hair

Hot 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 comes at a cost; 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 heat damaged hair will start to look healthy and hydrated once more…

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