From the daily archives: "Sunday, July 24, 2016"

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Less frequent hair washing is great for curls, color, and saving money on shampoo, but it does mean that your hair is, well, dirtier. The oils and styling product residue that aren’t getting shampooed away hang out on your strands and they get transferred to your accessories, your styling tools, and brushes. The same oils that give your hair shine and volume can cause all sorts of problems once they leave your head. Dirty clips and headbands can slip or cause breakouts; grimy heat tools don’t work as well and leave an unpleasant residue; soiled brushes can flake or cause static. Learn how and when to clean your hair implements in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →