How to Fix Dry, Damaged Hair | The Best Haircare Products for Dry Hair | Dominique Sachse

Let’s make dry, damaged hair a thing of the past! With so many products out there it can get overwhelming to know what works and create a haircare routine. I’m sharing my tips and tricks for keeping your hair healthy and hydrated.

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Self Tanner Used:

Pre-Shower Treatments:
1. Olaplex No.0 combined with:
2. Olaplex No.3:
3. Oribe Gold Lust Pre-Shampoo Intensive Treatment for damaged hair:

In Shower
4. Joico Defy Damage Protective Shampoo for bond strengthening and color longevity:
5. Olaplex No. 5 Bond Maintenance Conditioner:

In-Shower Mask:
6. Celebrity Stylist Chris Appleton + ColorWow MONEY Masque for super glossy, expensive-looking hair:

7. Brazilian Blowout Acai Deep Conditioning Masque:
8. Brazilian Blowout Thermal Straightening Balm:
9. Virtue Labs Split End Serum:
10. Olaplex No. 6 Bond Smoother:
11. Olaplex No. 7 Bonding Oil:

Dry Shampoos to cut down on washing:
12. Hask Chia Seed Volumizing Dry Shampoo:
13. Healium Hair Dry Shampoo:
Suggested Dry Shampoo for Dark hair:
14. Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo Dark Tones:

Styling Paste to tame frizzes and breakage:
15. Garnier Fructis Extra Hold Finishing paste:

Ceron’s Top Salon Approved Products:
Milbon Restorative Shampoo:
Kerastase Nutritive Bain Satin 1:
Oribe Hair Alchemy Shampoo:
Oribe Gold Lust Shampoo:
Kerastase Chronologiste Pre-Cleanse Regenerant:

Milbon Repair & Restore Treatment:
Kerastase Nutritive Lait Vital:
Oribe Hair Alchemy Conditioner:
Oribe Gold Lust Conditioner:
SachaJuan Intensive Repair Conditioner:

Heat Protectants:
Kerastase Nutritive Nectar Thermique:
Kerastase Genesis Defense Thermique:
Oribe Hair Alchemy Fortifying Treatment Serum:

Kerastase Nutritive Masque Magistral:

Oribe Gold Lust Nourishing Hair Oil:

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24 replies
  1. Norah
    Norah says:

    I have thin hair si I need volume what would you recommend for me and also straight hair. Thank you for all the help you give us.

  2. Good Enough Girl
    Good Enough Girl says:

    My hair and scalp is so dry that I just use conditioner most of the time. Shampoo prob once a week for summer and twice a month for winter. I guess it’s like my cheapo “Wen” version. Lol. I love that I can “refresh” my hair often in the shower without actually shampooing all the time. But that split end virtue stuff sounds amazing. Def can’t imagine spending so much money on all those tho. I’d just be picking one.

  3. LagunaGrl2
    LagunaGrl2 says:

    Hi Dominique! Great video! And very much appreciated!
    I’ve been searching for a video on how to create the illusion of a “ fuller” face vs thinner… seems that no one has addressed this problem .
    Aging and volume loss in my chest and face has REALLY changed how I look. Really discouraging to me.
    After cancer treatments about 7 yrs.ago, and aging, I seem to have lost quite a bit especially in the face.
    Can you show how I could apply make up differently possibly?!
    Thank you so much!!

  4. Patsy Johnson
    Patsy Johnson says:

    I had bad experience with olapex I was sold no2 and it damaged my hair so now I’m trying get my hair back my hair is fine I bought 4 and 5 also but seemed the ends where fuzzy with no5? Are you doing no5 plus the mask at washing day? My hair gets weighted down easy? Have you ever used purelogy? I am hearing good reviews on it? Do you have any suggestions to get buildup out ? Thanks for any suggestions

  5. Paula
    Paula says:

    Olaplex 3 has been a game changer for my dry frizzy hair. I haven’t used the Olaplex 0 yet. I’m sure it would help, but if you can only afford one product, go with the Olaplex 3.

  6. Amethyst&Feathers
    Amethyst&Feathers says:

    I adore the K18 mask. It repairs hair permanently unlike Olaplex and it's so easy, wash hair, apply the K18, leave to process for 4 minutes and then style as usual. Done. It's brilliant – I also afore Ouai products. Absolutely sublime. Good budget product for defrizzing, strengthening, shine and keeping length – Dream Lengths by L'Oréal and get the product with Lamellar water, it's a brilliant dupe for Kerastase K Water. You're welcome 🥰

  7. Diane Desjardins
    Diane Desjardins says:

    Calling all Sephora Canada shoppers — if you've ever bought Olaplex hair products at this big beauty store chain, you may soon be subject to a reimbursement, because a class-action lawsuit against the two companies was filed in March.
    The lawsuit calls attention to one specific product, the Olaplex No. 3 Hair Repair Perfector, as it contains a "dangerous chemical" called butylphenyl methylpropional (lilial).
    According to the case document filed with the Superior Court of Quebec by LPC Avocat Inc., Olaplex failed to inform its customers of the "serious health risks" associated with the ingredient.

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