How to keep your hair nourished and hydrated between cuts

If, like us, you're lacking in confidence when it comes to trimming your own locks or even fear the scissor-happy hair stylists chopping off more than you asked for, then maintaining healthy and hydrated hair in-between those infrequent cuts takes some serious work.
Those effortlessly chic waist-length locks are a whole different ball game - one that requires some serious commitment and care. Luckily, our Dream Lengths collection is the hydrating haircare wing woman you never knew you needed, specially formulated for long hair, helping to reduce and prevent breakage, while leaving hair soft and supple.
Here’s some of our top tips for keeping hair hydrated and happy between cuts:

Turn down the heat

We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again - excessive heat is one of the prime suspects of causing dehydrated hair. Hairdryers, curlers, straighteners, the sun - all culprits of taking the moisture out of hair, causing split ends, breakage and straw-like texture. Try to limit your use of heated tools as much as possible and when unavoidable, douse your hair in a protective product like the L’Oréal Elvive Dream Lengths No Haircut Cream, that works to protect hair from heat up to 180°C.
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Indulge in some TLC

Time to indulge in a little TLC, taking time for ourselves at home has never been more important. Fill up the bathtub, put on a relaxing playlist, light some candles and transform your tresses with a hydrating mask. Load up on the L’Oréal Elvive Dream Lengths Saviour Mask, for a deeply nourishing and intensive treatment. You don’t need to tell us twice to take some me-time.
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Double up on your greens

It goes without saying that much of what we put inside our bodies has a huge impact on the outside too, nutrition is one of the key components to achieving and maintaining luscious locks. Double up on your green veg such as spinach and avocados that are packed with vitamins and antioxidants to protect and nourish the hair cells.
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