Find out how the celebs solve their haircare night­mares

Your hol­i­day may be over, but don’t let your bar­net get caught in the come­down

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FIGHT DRY­NESS

“Over the sum­mer months, as the hu­mid­ity gets higher and UV rays be­come stronger, your hair will be­come de­hy­drated,” says Ken O’rourke, Charles Wor­thing­ton brand am­bas­sador. “Air con­di­tion­ing is also an­other cul­prit, as it sucks out the mois­ture.”

SOLVE THE PROB­LEM. . .

“Good hair, like good skin, is all about how you care for it. You wouldn’t wash your face and not ap­ply a face cream after­wards, so try to get into the same habit with your hair. Keep­ing hair prop­erly mois­turised will stop it be­com­ing dull and life­less. Seal­ing your ends with a hair oil post-wash­ing will lock in the mois­ture needed to keep locks deeply hy­drated.”

RE­PAIR DAM­AGE

“Hair can be dam­aged in a num­ber of dif­fer­ent ways,” says Ken. “Firstly, ex­tended sun ex­po­sure can break down the nat­u­ral pro­teins, mak­ing it dull, life­less and caus­ing the tips to split. Chlo­rine is also a killer, as it strips away the nat­u­ral oils that pro­tect your hair.”

SOLVE THE PROB­LEM. . .

“A trim at the hair­dressers is a good way to get rid of split ends. Also, us­ing a con­struc­tive pro­tein cream is a must for post-sum­mer hair, as it will re­pair it from the in­side out, while restor­ing cu­ti­cles to their orig­i­nal state.”

RE­VIVE COLOUR

“Spend­ing a lot of time in the sun, in the pool or out­doors in gen­eral can cause havoc with your hair colour,” says Ken. “You can in­stantly tell when your colour is fad­ing, as you will see a lack of nat­u­ral shine and vi­brancy.’

SOLVE THE PROB­LEM . . .

“Head to your lo­cal salon for a colour re­fresh or a deep­nour­ish­ing treat­ment. Or, for at-home care, use a colour-spe­cific sham­poo and con­di­tioner. Also, try to use cool water rinses as op­posed to warm ones. This will keep cu­ti­cles closed and help to slow down fad­ing.”

Drew’s sham­poo re­vives dam­aged hair £29.50 Aveda Dam­age Rem­edy In­ten­sive Re­struc­tur­ing Treat­ment £12 Liv­ing Proof Re­store Sham­poo £7.99 Charles Wor­thing­ton Strength & Re­pair Fi­bre Bond Pro­tein Cream Drew Barrymore

Gigi Ha­did

Ap­ply Gigi’s oil of choice to damp hair be­fore dry­ing £24 Ouai Hair Oil

£6.99 Charles Wor­thing­ton Mois­ture Seal Hair Oil

£8.25 Moroc­canoil In­tense Hy­drat­ing Mask

Jen­nifer Lopez

Rita colours the hair of J-LO and Bey­oncé £24.60 Rita Hazan True Colour Sham­poo £5.99 Aussie Colour Mate Con­di­tioner

£27 Kiehl’s Sun­flower Color Pre­serv­ing Deep Re­cov­ery Pak

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