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You’d heard the saying great things take time? Well that doesn’t have to apply to fixing dry and damaged hair. While there’s no magic potion for instant great hair, using moisturizing conditioners, treatments, and oils will certainly help speed up the recovery time. They’ll pump your locks with needed hydration so they get healthy quick and look amazing. So if you think your hair is looking a bit sad and brittle, click through to the notes to learn about some great fixes. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

There is a lot of talk about how hydrated hair is the key to healthy hair, and while this is true, the question that arises is how much moisture do you really need in your hair? Everyone is different and you should tailor your hair care to your personal preferences. Click the notes to get our suggestions. –– Kelly Rowe

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voluminous haiir

I love to sleep. It’s probably one of my favorite pastimes. Not only does waking up fresh feel amazing, it’s essential to well being, beauty and health. But do you know what I don’t like about sleep? It’s no good for the flat-haired ladies of the world. A number of my girlfriends complain that sleep is a death sentence to their dreams of full-bodied locks. Hearing their woes is putting me to, ahem, sleep. So, to put these problems to bed, I’ve been figuring out an easy ritual for fuller hair by the AM. I found out that in a a few easy steps, you can sleep your way to body and bounce. Click through to style notes for the details. –– Michelle Rotbart

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winter hair

Our skin isn’t the only victim of the cold and windy weather; our hair also ends up being a casualty if we don’t take care of it. Dry strands, static and frizz are only the appetizer of winter hair issues that are sure to leave us feeling the frazzle of a bad hair day. But with a few expert tips, we all can prep and defend our lovely locks against the cold winds of winter. Click through to style notes to learn five tips to get you through to the end of March. –– Michelle Rotbart

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