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Have you noticed? The sun is sticking around a little longer these days and the temperatures are steadily rising. Does that mean we should be doing anything differently to take care of our delicate tresses? To find out, I've asked the advice of Herbal Essences stylist Charles Baker Strahan, who has styled the likes of Leighton Meester and Lindsay Price, to name a few.

"Hydration is key as we walk towards warmer weather," advised Strahan. The combination of being out in the sun, flat-ironing, blow-drying, and/or curling, robs hair of moisture, therefore causing hair to react more to the dryness and humidity in the air. "Healthy, well-hydrated hair responds better to heat styling and allows styling agents to do their job more effectively," he said.

To put moisture back into weak locks, Strahan recommends Herbal Essences Hydralicious Shampoo and Conditioner ($4.30 each). "There are three versions so regardless of your hair type, you can get the hydrated base you need," he added. So long, misbehaved manes.

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Glittersniffer Glittersniffer 6 years
Heh, don't look at me, I could lube an engine with all the oil in my hair. Straight as a stick and greasy as a cheeseburger.
KimBurnett KimBurnett 6 years
This stuff is good, the hydralicious, and smells yum.
lillovelygrl33 lillovelygrl33 6 years
I thought the same thing...sounds like a plug. However, I bought some of the hydralicious as a cheap shampoo / conditioner to leave in the shower at my parents house - and it made my hair look great! super soft and shiny, i was surprised!
aimeeb aimeeb 6 years
I rarely blow dry my hair and rarely flat iron it these days, although I used to be quite the junkie.
Allytta Allytta 6 years
am I the only one who's tired of beauty experts and such assuming eveyone damages their hair with heat equipment?
beautifulmel beautifulmel 6 years
moisture is always a concern for me, as my hair is curly/wavy and very fine-- thanks for the tips!
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