Looking for ways to repair damaged hair? Months of hot showers, static electricity and winter's other woes can leave your locks feeling less than luxurious. We've got the help you need to rid yourself of limp locks before Spring.
For color-treated hair repair
Try this weekly repair treatment to keep ends from breaking and offset the stress caused by chemical concoctions.
Pantene Pro-V Replenishing mask
For curl repair
Make waves behave: Rapid Recovery promises to restore that much desired bounce and shine to your wavy locks.
Miss Jessie’s Rapid Recovery Treatment
For over-styled hair
Straighteners, curling irons, blow dryers and other heated tools will leave your hair looking parched instead of glamorous. Try a protein-rich conditioner like Nutrafix.
Giovanni Nutrafix Hair Reconstructor
For organic repair
Leave it to Burt’s Bees to find an all-natural way to nourish brittle tresses, (smells good too!)
Burt’s Bees Hair Repair Shea & Grapefruit Deep Conditioner
For 911 hair
Sometimes it's too late for an hour-long weekly treatment process. Joico’s product proves best for those true emergency situations.
Joico K-PAK Reconstruct Deep-Penetrating Reconstructor
For long-term repair
When you need something more than a quick solution, we suggest you coat your hair with this leave-in brand for nourishment that lasts long after the shower.
Charles Worthington London Results Salon Shine Moisture Seal Hair Leave-In conditioner