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T3 Pros: Summer hair repair


Don’t despair, we’ve got your summer hair repair tips from trusted T3 Pro stylists. Bring your locks back from the brink with these techniques!

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Dennis Lanni, T3Pro

“If you spent time in the sun, I like to use a mixture of high quality coconut oil and shea butter in damp hair to help protect it from the sun and also moisturize it. I also like to use scarves and bandanas in the hair to help set the hair or keep it from getting to dented up. Scarves and bandannas are something you can wrap your hair around to keep a nice wave and give shape. I also love to use homemade sprays made from herbal teas, a pinch of salt, and a dab of molasses to help hair texture and give volume to limp hair.”

 

Kelly Muldoon, T3Pro

“For a hot look from day to night this summer, pull your hair up slightly, twisting five or six sections with your favorite clips while still damp. Pull out two pieces in the front, and twist tightly, using your SinglePass LUXE over the twisted pieces to create an easy twist. Later, pull out your clips and shake it out for a wild beach look!”

 

Leah London, T3Pro

“Sleep in a moisturizing hair mask to repair heat damage and dry hair. Wrap hair in plastic wrap before heading to bed to lock product, moisture, and keep your sheets clean!” 

 

Castillo Bataille, T3Pro

“One of my favorite self care tips I always give, especially after a summer of fun in the sun, is DIY hair masks! My go-to is avocado-based, try a mix of avocado, olive oil and honey, applied on damp hair for 45 minutes. These ingredients leave your hair feeling shiny, soft and smooth. Take it up a notch by applying heat with your Cura hair dryer while the mask does its magic.”

 

Eloise Cheung, T3Pro

“Look amazing and treat your hair simultaneously by braiding your hair with a super hydrating leave-in moisture cream. Summer may be almost over but your hair also needs a vacation from the sun and swim. After showering with the Source Showerhead, try air drying with a microfiber towel, the moisture-wicking technology quickly draws the water out of the hair after washing without friction or damage.”