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"In the winter, think double the treatment for your ends, as your scalp already contains natural oils. Leave-in conditioners are key and be sure to add extra conditioner each time you shower!"—Linda Flowers, Hollywood hairstylist

"Don't sleep with your hair up. The hair is not able to move as it is held tight in an elastic. When your head is moving around throughout the night it may break hairs.

Don't put wet hair up, either. Hair is stretched up to 30 percent longer when wet. When it dries and shrinks back to normal length, an elastic could easily break."—Jennifer MacDougall, celebrity hairstylist/L'Oreal Professionnel

"Use a daily moisturizer. We have so many different night creams for our face, and our hair is not very different."—L'Oréal Professionnel Artist Drew Schaefering
"Skip the shampoo every once in a while. Instead, rinse hair really well and run conditioner through your ends combatting dryness from root to tip."—L'Oréal Professionnel Artist Drew Schaefering
"Hair can get tangled in windy, winter weather. Keep a brush with you in your office drawer or purse and gently brush starting from the ends up. Misting a product like L'Oréal Professionnel Mythic Oil Reinforcing Milk on the brush first will help you to glide the brush through your hair."—Jennifer MacDougall, celebrity hairstylist/L'Oreal Professionnel
"To avoid static, carry a dryer sheet with you. Rub it in your hands or directly on your hair to combat the flyways."—L'Oréal Professionnel Artist Drew Schaefering
"To achieve volume, use a moisturizing mousse to make sure you're hydrating your hair at the same time you're plumping it."— Ashley Brecken, Oribe Hair Care Educator and Style Director at Marc Harris Salon
"Don’t over-blow-dry! People think they have to take all moisture out, but hair actually needs moisture for resilience."—Linda Flowers, Hollywood hairstylist
"Avoid using any of the beachy products that tend to be drying. We need to add moisture back into the hair constantly and these salty products make it even worse off!"—L'Oréal Professionnel Artist Drew Schaefering
"Be sure to use a hydrating mask at least once a week to keep hair moisturized. If you’re heat-styling your hair, be sure to use a heat-protecting product to help avoid breakage."— Ashley Brecken, Oribe Hair Care Educator and Style Director at Marc Harris Salon