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If your hair feels weak and brittle

Extreme high-heat can instantly weaken the hair follicle, and heat styling is one of the leading reasons why your hair can feel dead after a once-over with a straightening iron. To fix the issue, go for a hair treatment that will tame frizziness and mend poor-quality tresses. The coolest part? This product from TRESemmé works only when you “activate” it with heat. Genius. Try TRESemmé 7 Day Keratin Smooth Heat Activated Treatment, $10.99

If your hair is snapping off

Colouring your hair is one of the most common reasons for hair snappage. “Always make sure you have a highly trained colourist who will help maintain the health of your hair,” says hairstylist Dermot O’Donnell of Christopher Hanna. For an at-home solution to strengthening hair, use a treatment that’ll improve the quality of each strand of hair over time. Try Kevin.Murphy Body.Mass, $49.95

If you’ve got split ends

Put your hands down immediately – the worst thing you could do to split ends is to pull it apart as it just weakens the hair follicle. The only solution to fixing this problem is to cut them off entirely. However, it’s also important to look after your hair from the get-go, to prevent them from popping up again in the future. Try Shu Uemura Ultimate Remedy Restoration Duo Serum, $68

Written by Iantha Yu

Iantha Yu is a journalist that specializes in writing and styling beauty, health and lifestyle content. She joins The Carousel as Beauty Editor after previously working at SHOP Til You Drop and Women’s Health magazine, and prior to that, edited her own beauty website.

She firmly believes that good skincare, a bright lippie, or good quality false eyelashes can change your life (or at least your mood for the day).

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