Common Hair Problems -- and How to Fix Them
Try these tips to help hair get back into great condition in no time:
Find shower mates. Make a fine-tooth and a wide-tooth comb your shower partners. Use them to evenly distribute conditioner and finishing rinse treatment throughout your hair. Combing will ensure that residue-building excess is whisked away.
A Brush with greatness. I recommend using Mason Pearson boar bristle brushes. Brushing hair from the root to ends helps distribute the scalp's natural oils throughout the length of the hair, imparting shine and silkiness.
It's the chemistry that counts. Healthy hair is made up of a perfect balance of moisture and protein. To ensure hair remains in that state, my fellow stylist Philip B. recommends incorporating at-home oil treatments, such as his Philip B. Rejuvenator for Dry to Damaged Hair, into your hair care regime.
For more information on Mark Garrison and his New York City salon, visit the salon's Web site.