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Unhealthy Hair? Add Pro Fiber to Your Routine

Give damaged strands the boot!

Does your hair look dull and damaged? If yes, then it's time to nurse your hair back to good health. Thanks to L'Oréal Professionnel, we have the Pro Fiber collection which will give your hair the extra TLC it deserves to look and feel its best! Discover the full Pro Fiber collection and all of its amazing benefits, below.

Pro Fiber

Don't let damaged strands get you down. Talk to your hairdresser about L'Oréal Professionnel's Pro Fiber. The collection is formulated specifically for dry and damaged hair. It offers a solution to repairing all levels of hair damage.

Here's how it works: The first step is a consultation with your hairdresser to determine the level of damage. Based on your level, your hairdresser will recommend the appropriate Pro Fiber range for your hair. Once that's done, it's time to go to the bowl to get your hair washed and treated. Your hairdresser will apply the appropriate Pro Fiber Concentrate range followed by the Pro Fiber Renew Activating Mask. The mask is to help restore moisture and leave your hair feeling soft and shiny.

To prolong in-salon results, follow the Pro Fiber at-home routine recommended by your hairdresser. Cleanse your strands with the Pro Fiber Shampoo and Conditioner (or Mask). Next, finish with the Pro Fiber Leave-in for extra protection when blow-drying and styling. After every fourth shampoo wash, replace your conditioner or mask with the Pro Fiber Re-Charge booster to replenish in-salon results and reactivate the treatment in the hair. Leave it on for 5 minutes, then rinse gently.

How to Care for Dry, Damaged Hair

While Pro Fiber can work wonders on your lifeless mane, there are a few helpful haircare tips that can speed along the repairing process. First things first, be gentle with your hair! Instead of lathering your hair in the shower with brute force, use downward motions and gently squeeze the product down the lengths of your hair. The same principle applies to the drying process. Instead of rubbing your hair aggressively with a rough towel, allow your hair to air-dry before using your blowdryer. If you don't have time to wait for your hair to air-dry, gently squeeze excess moisture out of your strands with a microfiber towel. Not only is it a gentler option, but it can also help cut down the amount of time spent applying direct heat to your hair. Lastly, go the extra mile to protect against heat damage by applying a heat protectant product to your strands and using the blow-dryer on the lowest temperature setting. By incorporating Pro Fiber into your routine and following these good hair habits, your damaged mane should be on the mend in no time!

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