5 Products That Will Turn Your Damaged Strands to Silk

Katharine McEntee

Dry hair, split ends, frizzy tresses? If any or all of these sound familiar, you likely have some damaged locks on your hands. While damaged hair comes in varying degrees, it’s important to nip it in the bud before it splits further and further up the hair shaft, meaning most hairstylists would recommend scheduling a trim in the near future. However, if you’re looking to rehab your tresses without making a trip to the salon, we reached out to celebrity hairstylist and creative director of ATMA beauty, Sheenon Olson, and Laura Polko, Aussie's celebrity hairstylist, for their favorite at-home hair repair products.

Extend your trip to the salon and turn your damaged strands into healthy tresses with intense moisturizing masks formulated with restorative natural oils, heat-protecting balms that won't weigh down even the finest of locks, and deep-conditioning shampoos formulated with shea butter to tame natural and curly tresses. For the deeply reparative products celebrity hairstylists use on the regular, keep on reading.

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