ESC: Beauty Rehab, Bleached Hair

Bleached, brittle tips got you down? 

Whether you've bleached your hair Kristen Stewart-style (hello, hair envy), did it in preparation of going pastel or you simply went from any dark color to light, listen up.

You're most likely familiar with the consequences, but what you probably don't know is how to get back to your once silky-smooth locks. Thanks to Nine Zero One salon's lead educator and celebrity hairstylist, Nicole Leal, you soon will be. 

Keep reading for her pro tips!

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First Thing's First: "Starting with a haircut is the fastest way to start treating your hair," said the pro. "Because sometimes the damage is beyond repair."

The Natural Route: This insider tip is pretty simple, but Nicole said to "let your hair air dry and stay away from any heat tools."

The Not-So-Natural Route: When it comes to treating your over-bleached locks, the hair guru stated you should "invest in a quality shampoo, conditioner and treatment that are specific to damaged hair."

ESC: Beauty Rehab, Bleached Hair

"My go-to [recommendation] right now is Pro Fiber by L'Oréal," claimed the expert. "There are three different levels of the product, which means you can suggest accordingly. What's also great about it is you can start with the most intense and adjust it to something more mild as you see fit."

Prevention Is Key: "Always have a proper consultation," mentioned Nicole. "Even when you begin the process of repairing your hair, so you don't end up back at square one with damaged hair."

L'Oréal Pro Fiber Revive Treatment Masque, $48

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