By Dianna Mazzone
Updated Aug 23, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
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Pardon the brag, but I've had a really lovely summer. I've hung out on sun-filled rooftops, hit a handful of beaches, and even taken a dip in Iceland's famous Blue Lagoon. While I like to think these activities have rejuvenated my spirit, they've done the opposite for my hair. The glossy strands I had in June are now dull, damaged, and overall sad-looking.

I knew it was time to whip out the big guns, so I turned to a product developed by a pro who's seen it all, hair colorist Ryan Pearl. Pearl Hair Oil ($28; pearlhaircare.com) is a super-nourishing blend of sweet almond, argan, and crambe seed oils. Fellow fine-haired ladies, I know you're contemplating clicking away—because I too was scared that those ingredients would mean this stuff would weigh down my paper-thin strands. But that wasn't the case at all. In fact, my hair slurps up this stuff in droves, and it's all the better for it.

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Specifically, after applying this formula post-shower for about two weeks, my strands are now shinier, healthier, and less prone to snapping. And if I keep up my good work, I can keep 'em that way all through next summer—this stuff also proactively protects from UVA/UVB rays. Ryan, I owe you one.