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Hair advice that professionals swear by

Hair advice that professionals swear by

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Hair advice that professionals swear by

It pays to talk to the pros if you're looking to step up your hair routine. Here's some of the best advice we've received recently from top hairstylists.

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Hair advice that professionals swear by

Colin D. Ford, Artistic and educational director for Kérastase Paris

"The biggest mistake women make is using the incorrect hair-care products for their hair style, which can leave mid-lengths and ends looking dry. A professional consultation will [determine] what hair-care regimen is best."

Hair advice that professionals swear by

Stacey Staley, Founder and creative director of Blonde in Toronto

"Make sure you're rinsing your hair correctly. That means spending between two and three minutes in the shower rinsing both your shampoo and your conditioner. Contrary to popular belief, warm water isbetter for rinsing products. Then, finish with a 60-second cool rinse to add shine."

Hair advice that professionals swear by

Danilo, Global ambassador for Pantene and celebrity stylist

"Hair needs all the help it can get. It needs added moisture, emollients, supportive structures. Treat your hair like you do your skin."

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Hair advice that professionals swear by

Marc Anthony, Celebrity hair stylist

"The tendency to want what we cannot have is universal, but a cut will sit better, last longer and be so much easier to maintain if you work with your hair type instead of fighting against it. With a cut that's customized, getting ready is so much simpler—and prettier."

Hair advice that professionals swear by

Kevin Mancuso, Global creative director for Nexxus

"People with really fine hair and lack of density should consider colouring their hair because they're going to benefit by swelling the hair fibre. If your hair is not damaged, you should consider double process, or single process with your own colour. When you damage the cuticle, you're going to lose some lipids, and that may be good for someone with fine hair looking for volume. Once the hair cuticle is lifted, the hair fibre can look nearly double in size."

 

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