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23. Get Your Products From The Salon
There is a difference between the budget hair products you buy at drugstores, and the salon quality ones offered at your stylist's place. Guess which one will keep your hair actually healthy?

"No, you can't buy your shampoo and conditioner at Whole Foods, Ross, TJ Maxx or Duane Reed! Please don't buy your hair care products at the place where you buy groceries. Salon professional products are scientifically designed by cosmetic scientists, to care for your hair in the best way possible with the highest-quality ingredients," Romero explains. "The shampoo you buy at the grocery store can never compare. Adding to this, buy good products and learn how to use them properly. You'll be surprised at how good your hair can look if you just start using them properly. I give mini-hair care lessons at the end of most of my clients' appointments. Just ask! That's what we are here for — to help you look your best."

Not entirely convinced? Watch this video that compares what happens to dyed hair when it's washed with a salon shampoo and a drugstore shampoo. It will change your mind. 

Living Proof Restore Shampoo, $29, Sephora