"They wash their hair too much." Kevin Murphy wasn't hesitant to tell me what American women do wrong when it comes to their hair. The creator of his namesake brand recently launched the Repair-Me line, which consists of a wash, rinse, and no-foam product called "Restore" that is meant to replace both your shampooo and conditioner.
This range uses superfood proteins to help salvage "trashed" hair and also works wonders for curly hair — and my bleach-blond strands have been silky soft ever since I started using it. The key is that the proteins are in lipid form, so they don't leave the hair stiff or brittle, and they fit into the damaged areas of hair like "a key into a lock." (Most stylists suggest going easy on the protein due to the fact that it can actually damage the hair.)
The whole point of the Repair-Me range is that you won't have to cleanse your mane as much; you use the wash and rinse twice a week and Restore once a week. You should be fine without anything on the other days! (For pricing and availability, find them at your local salon.)