How to repair your summer-damaged hair
UV rays. Chlorinated swimming pools. Anything involving a beachy windstorm. Summer is great for our psyche but murder on our hair.
In an attempt to fix the damage we?ve done, we headed straight to Dear Clark in Uptown, where owner/stylist Kaycee Clark gave us four great tips to help repair our parched locks.
Get a trim Revolutionary idea, we know, but that summer ponytail is full of split ends. Get rid of the damaged tips to promote healthy growth and leave your hair smooth and ready for a new fall do.
Rinse shampoo and conditioner with cold water This will help seal the cuticle down, add shine and tame flyaways.
Put away the flatiron Heat tools add stress to an already hairy situation. But if you can?t step away from the flatiron, get a keratin treatment ($300), which will decrease your need to plug in and straighten out.
Dear Clark, 3317 McKinney Ave., Suite 101; 214-397-0700 or dearclark.com