SheFinds Solutions: Hair Repair

October 9, 2006 by Ktbradford
shefinds | Style

No more bad hair days! Solve your hair crises with our guide to the dry, damaged, frizzy, and flat locks that can wreck your day.

Hot oil therapy is a tried and true method of repairing hair. Arbre de Vie’s Shea Hot Oil Treatment is all-natural and very effective. Use it every other week and soon you’ll have fabulous locks.

Hamadi’s shea hair mask is perfect for dry, damaged hair. It’s also an easy process – put it on while your hair is still dry, then wait 30 minutes before washing. Sitting in the sunlight gives even better results. Find it at

For extra dry, damaged, chemically-treated hair, you need Honey Olive Soy Protein Vitamin Ultra Hydrating Conditioning Treatment. Just as the name suggests, use this when your hair is in great need of pampering. It works miracles for $15 at Mia Simone’s Boutique.


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