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Tips for Rectifying, Restoring & Reconstructing Damaged Hair


Tips for Rectifying, Restoring & Reconstructing Damaged Hair
Dull, damaged hair could be a thing of the past, thanks to the latest advances in technology. Your luscious locks will soon look, and feel, like new every day.
  • According to Wayne Richardson, co-owner of Hamilton’s leading hair salon Ktizo, we need to start treating and caring for our tresses the same way we protect our skin. “The burn time is much shorter in New Zealand – that’s relevant to your hair as well as your skin.” To minimise the damage UV rays does to tresses, wear a sunhat and apply a protective UV spray to locks before stepping outside.
  • Richardson says he’s starting to see a steady rise in heat-damaged tresses. To combat the heated styling tools can do, always use a heat protector and select the lowest heat setting possible. “You’ll notice a big difference in the change in the condition of your hair,” he says.
  • Boost your haircare routine with by using a nourishing oil on mid-lengths and ends. Richardson recommends lightweight L’Oréal Professionnel Mythic oil: “It won’t make your hair greasy and it has a UV protectant to ward off sun damage.”
  • Your hair needs extra attention of the cooler months, so consider upping the frequency on in-salon treatments. L’Oréal Professionnel’s new in-salon treatment, Pro Fiber, makes constantly caring for damaged hair easy with their innovative take-home system. The restoration of damaged hair begins in-salon and continues at home as revolutionary technology in the At-Home Recharge reactivates the treatment.


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