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The 6 Products We’re Stocking Up On To Rehab Our Summer Hair

By The Zoe Report

Whether the latest runway shows and celeb trends have inspired you get bangs, change your part, or dye your hair a moody raven shade this fall, first thing’s first: You probably need to address some damage leftover from the summer of ‘19. After all, the season does tend to result in everything from saltwater-dried curls to sun-bleached highlights. Fortunately, we’ve discovered a selection of miracle products that repair, rehydrate, and rejuvenate stressed strands. And during Walmart’s inaugural Fall Into Beauty event happening this month, you can get them at remarkle sale prices. Read on to see which creams, conditioners, and masks we consider our hair saviors.

“My curls tend be to dry, and summer only makes that worse. So by fall, I'm looking for intense hydration in all my hair products. I love a curl refreshing spray that I can mist on après gym to reactivate my coils while keeping them soft and moisturized.”

LEXI'S PICK: Carol's Daughter Hair Milk Refresher Spray For Curls, Coils, Kinks and Waves

“When my hair is really damaged, it tends to look dry at the ends while still managing to stay oily and flat at the scalp. I look for products that will give me a blast of volume without dehydrating my strands. A shampoo-and-conditioner duo with silk proteins fits the bill to give me the do-over I need after summer.”

SHYEMA'S PICK: Tresemme 24 Hour Body Shampoo & Conditioner

“A season of sun, salt water, and chlorine takes a serious toll on my highlighted hair. To help bring it back to life, I’ll swap out my regular conditioner for a rich mask. It contains a higher concentration of moisturizing and hair-strengthening ingredients — and is the only thing that rehabs my long hair.”

IRMA'S PICK: Tigi Bed Head Urban Antidotes Resurrection Treatment Mask

“The humidity in the summer really dries out my curly hair, so I use a conditioner with honey to maintain as much moisture and shine as I can throughout the season. I also try to use a weekly mask to revive my hair and prepare for the colder winter months.”

TATIANA'S PICKS: Shea Moisture Manuka Honey Yogurt Shampoo & Conditioner

Carol’s Daughter Almond Milk Ultra-Nourishing Mask

“My post-summer hair is longer, blonder, and definitely more damaged. My go-to product has been a smoothing coconut oil mask. It strengthens my weak ends and adds heat protection for when I style my hair. I find that leaving it on for 15-20 minutes gives the product time to fully saturate and create the best results.”

MIKAELA'S PICK: Sexy Hair Smooth Extender Nourishing Smoothing Masque

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