Weather, heat styling, colour treatments: your hair is under constant attack. Help repair coarse, damaged hair with professional-quality products from TRESemmé.
TRESemmé Repair & Protect 7 Shampoo & Conditioner with Biotin Complex, tackles seven types of styling damage in one wash so you can bring on your next style!

  1. Apply TRESemmé Repair and Protect 7 Shampoo to wet hair, gently massaging your scalp and roots with fingertips to work into a lather.
  2. Lightly squeeze the shampoo from roots to ends and rinse thoroughly.
  3. Finish with TRESemmé Repair and Protect 7 Conditioner and style using your favorite TRESemmé products.

Our professional-quality Repair & Protect 7 formula, infused with power-nutrient Biotin, instantly penetrates and repairs hair fiber from the inside out, leaving your locks perfectly protected against seven types of styling damage.

There’s nothing quite like the feeling of hair when it’s freshly washed. But it can be especially frustrating to find those clean locks turning greasy faster than you can keep up with. If you find yourself resorting to ponytails, excessive product and hats to hide oily hair, don’t fear: we’ve got some handy tips on how to get rid of greasy hair.
When tackling oily hair, we recommend using Tresemme Cleanse & Replenish SPOO & COND, and Dry Shampoo on your roots when needed.

1. Bye Bye, Brush
When you’re aiming to detangle tresses or tease out a bun, bristle brushes tend to distribute product and oil down the length of the hair shaft, exacerbating oily-looking locks. Opt for a wide-toothed comb instead – the spacing between the comb’s teeth will mean it’ll distribute less oil, helping to reduce the appearance of greasy hair.

2. Detox Your Locks
It may well be tempting to load up on wax, mousse and creams to give lank, oily strands some lift and shape. However, too much too often can leave your hair feeling flat and looking greasy. The solution? A hair detox. Using a deep cleansing system, like TRESemmé Cleanse and Replenish Deep Cleansing Shampoo and Conditioner, helps remove build-up and residue, restoring your hair’s natural vitality.

3. Choose ‘Non-Sticky’ Formulas
Like oily skin, oily hair won’t be improved by adding excess moisture. The problem with greasy locks isn’t dehydration, so steer clear of shine-inducing or super-moisturising products. Instead, look out for lightweight products and styling solutions that promise a non-sticky finish – these can help manage your hair without overloading on residue.

4. The Emergency Fix
Picture the scene: it’s date night and you’ll be at work until late, which means no chance to wash away the day’s greasy locks before you head out – nightmare! Don’t panic: there’s a perfect quick fix for when time is short. Dry shampoos, like TRESemmé Volumizing Dry Shampoo, absorb excess oil from hair and help eliminate odour, leaving locks looking refreshed and revitalised. Use it in between washes, or in emergencies when your hair needs a quick freshen up: it’s our favourite fail-safe for how to get rid of greasy hair.

5. Wake Up and Wash
Your body is working even when you’re not – whilst you sleep, the oil-producing glands in your scalp are hard at work making sebum (your hair’s natural oils). And yep, you guessed it: this is the stuff that coats your hair and makes it look greasy.
If your scalp over-produces sebum, sometimes you might find your hair looking oily even when you’ve just gotten out of bed. It might sound obvious, but the best way to battle morning grease is to wash your hair in the morning instead of at night. It’ll help remove residue and oils that have built-up overnight and leave your hair feeling fresher for longer.
So don’t let greasy hair weigh down your look. Now you know how to get rid of oily hair, you can get your locks back in balance and feeling fresh.

Your colour is an investment you want to last. Whether you’re a fan of the natural look or you love a bold new colour trend, it’s important to know exactly how to take care of dyed hair. So if you’re fresh from the salon and thrilled with your look, try these top tips for keeping those coloured locks looking healthy and happy.
Taking care of dyed hair starts with the right product, we recommend

– Colour Revitalise SPOO & COND 940ml
– Violet Blonde Shine 350ml & 675ml

1. Go for a colour-friendly shampoo
Like any chemical process, it’s true that dyeing damages hair – which means it requires extra care! Use a gentle shampoo and conditioner specifically designed for colour-treated hair to help replenish moisture and prevent dulling. TRESemmé Colour Revitalise Shampoo and Conditioner system is perfect for helping to protect your tresses, keeping colour vibrant and long-lasting.

2. Don’t over wash
Everyday washing can eventually cause colour to fade, so try to cut down on daily shampoos to help keep your colour looking fresh. Instead of washing your hair every day, opt for a dry shampoo in between washes – like TRESemmé Instant Refresh Dry Shampoo – to absorb grease and keep hair looking fresh.

3: Moisturise!
Dyed hair gets thirsty, so the key is to keep as much moisture in your locks as possible. Deep conditioning products, like masks, are great for helping hair fight back against the damage dyeing causes by keeping it nourished and adding moisture.

4: Protect from the heat
Hair dryers and flat irons might be must-have styling tools, but they can take their toll on colour. Limit the damage they cause by using heat protectant products, like TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Spray, to help guard against excessive heat and high temperatures. They’ll help your coloured hair stay moisturised and shiny, whatever your preferred heat styling tool.

5: Cool down
It might be tempting to opt for a hot shower (especially in fall and winter), but hot water helps to open up the hair cuticle, which can cause colour to run. To avoid colour fading, turn down the temperature and rinse your hair in lukewarm water.

6: Pool safety
Going swimming? Here’s a great tip: rinse your hair in the shower or one of those rinse-off stations before jumping in the pool or ocean. Wet hair absorbs less chlorine and salt water than dry hair, both of which can cause damage to coloured locks. Then rinse your tresses with clean water as soon as you out of the pool to wash away residue.
There’s nothing sadder than watching coloured hair fade away. Luckily, now you know how to take care of coloured hair, you don’t have to. Here’s to locks that look as rich and vibrant as the day you came out of the salon!

It won’t hold its style, it’s got no volume, and it’s dry as a bone—damaged hair can be stubborn, unruly and a real pain to tame. But it’s a mixture of environment, heat styling and just your regular hair regime that leads to brittle locks, which means there are ways to reverse those bad habits and help fix dry hair. See below for our favourite tips on how to repair damaged hair.

1. Defend against the elements
Your poor hair takes a daily beating from the elements. Excessive exposure to sunlight, wind and rain can result in dryness that, if left unchecked, may lead to breakage. So give your hair a little extra protection by conditioning it once a week with an intensive mask or oil treatment. This will help nourish your strands from within for stronger-feeling, healthy-looking hair.

2. Protect from heat styling
Blow dryers, flat irons, curling tongs—all must-have styling tools, right? But did you know they can reach temperatures of up to 230°C? So, it’s hardly surprising that these can leave hair dry and damaged. That’s where heat protection sprays come in: applied on damp hair before blow drying, and again on dry tresses before using heated styling tools, they create a barrier to help protect hair from harsh temperatures and keep it looking soft and shiny.

3. Calm down when combing
Did you know that hair is weakest when wet? It feels like the obvious time to brush hair thoroughly, but repeated, vigorous combing can cause damage to the hair’s cuticle, which can cause split ends and breakage.
To help protect against this, comb hair in the shower after applying conditioner—it’ll coat your hair strands and act like a barrier, making it easier to work through knots and tangles. Opt for brushes with widely-spaced plastic bristles or wide tooth combs—they give strands more space to move through, meaning it doesn’t take so much force to detangle them—and work gently through hair in sections.

4. Care for coloured hair
Colour is a great way to mix up your style and try out something new—but as with any chemical treatment, it can cause damage and dryness, making it more difficult to maintain shine and volume. To help replenish moisture and maintain the vibrancy of coloured hair, you’ll need to reinforce its natural protective layer using a wash and care system specially formulated for dyed locks. This will target dryness and damage from hair dyeing, helping to nourish your hair and keep locks looking healthy.

5. No need for excessive washing
There’s nothing quite like the feeling of freshly washed hair, but repeated washing can strip your strands of moisture, causing it to become dry and brittle. Try to wash your hair less frequently by using a dry shampoo in between washes – it’ll help absorb oils and eliminate odour for hair that looks and feels freshly washed.
And when you do need to wash your tresses, it’s wise to choose a shampoo which gently cleanses and moisturises your mane, like the TRESemmé Moisture Rich Shampoo & Conditioner system: it targets dryness and helps add moisture where your hair needs it most.
So if you’re constantly asking yourself “why is my hair so dry?”, the answer’s probably in your routine. Keep these simple tips in mind to know how to fix damaged hair and get ready to welcome strong-feeling, healthy-looking locks!

Keep that clean hair feeling for longer with TRESemmé dry shampoo. A quick spritz transforms oily, limp and lacklustre hair into locks that look and feel freshly washed, even when they aren’t.
Now there’s no need to miss a fresh look and feel, TRESemmé Instant Refresh Volumizing Dry Shampoo absorbs excess oil and leaves no visible residue.

Help secure your style in seconds with hair spray: our ultimate hair-holding hero. A quick spritz of TRESemmé hair spray gives professional-quality staying power without feeling stiff or sticky.
The perfect finish to any hairstyle, TRESemmé Extra Hold Hair Spray achieves maximum hold with extra flyaway control.
The perfect finish to any hairstyle, TRESemmé Freeze Hold Hair Spray is fast-drying, humidity-resistant, and not sticky to the touch.

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