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A Celeb Hairstylist Reveals What Healthy Hair Really Looks Like

It’s smooth and silky to the touch!
March 14, 2017
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It's easy to go through life thinking that you've got a healthy head of hair. But what if your long locks are suffering because of poor mane-tenance? Yup, you're going to need a miracle to up your hair care game. The first step to smarter hair care is knowing the qualities of healthy tresses. We asked an expert for ways to know if your crowning glory is in top form. 

It's soft and easy to manage
This is a clear indication that your mane is getting the proper nutrients it needs. Famous hair stylist Alex Carbonell explains that by using a product like Pantene's 3 Minute Miracle Conditioner, 3 months of damage can be repaired in 3 minutes. "I believe in what I've touched, and I've touched a lot of hair," he shares. "My hands don’t lie, and with Pantene 3 Minute Miracle, I can feel it in 3 minutes. It makes the hair smoother and shinier.” Remember: dry, frizzy hair is a CG's worst enemy!

It can stretch!
Strong tresses don't easily fall prey to damage. Hair should naturally be able to stretch. So if your strands typically break from a simple combing or brushing, then this might mean that you have some vitamin deficiencies that you need to address via a balanced diet.

You can comb it easily when wet.
Dehydrated and damaged hair cuticles lead to tangling post-shower. If your hair is healthy, combing it when wet shouldn't be a game of tug-o-war.

It has a healthy shine.
Shiny hair means your scalp produces just the right amount of oil to keep your tresses vibrant yet grease-free. It also means your strands aren't dehydrated, and reflect light because they are frizz-free.

Make sure you give your tresses the TLC they deserve! For more hair care tips, visit

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