19 Secrets From Top Hairstylists

Use a Clarifying Shampoo to Rid Hair of Chlorine

"If you do get any chlorine deposits on your hair, you can remove them with a clarifying shampoo like Ultraswim, or for an all-natural solution, you can use an apple cider vinegar rinse. If you have extreme chlorine and your hair is green and glowing, then you'll need to pull out the big guns and mix acetone with water and comb it through your hair in the shower. Be sure to shampoo out and follow with a deep conditioner to replace lost moisture. Just imagine what would happen to your favorite pair of Manolos if you dunked them in salt water and chlorine and then laid them out in the sun—well, that's what you’re doing to your $500 highlights, so cover your hair, and protect your investment!" - Kyle White, Celebrity Colorist, Oscar Blandi Salon

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Get ready for a summer full of good hair days. We’ve consulted four major hairstylists for expert tips on fighting frizz, protecting color and keeping hair shiny, hydrated and healthy all season long.