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- SF blogger Jennie Lodge shows off her gorgeous tresses; photo via Going West
- Redken Diamond Oil Deep Facets, $20 at Ulta
- The Balm En Route Conditioning Treatment Mask, $15
- Living Proof Restore Recovery Regimen, $38 at Sephora
- Sebastian Penetraitt Masque, $15.95 at Ulta
- Kevin Murphy Young Again Immortelle Treatment Oil, $42 at Amazon
- Nuance Salma Hayek Meadowfoam Seed Leave-In Treatment, $10 at CVS
- L'Oreal Paris Oleo Therapy Self Heating Hot Oil Intense Repair Treatment,
- Kerastase Resistance Masque Force Architect, $62.50
- Joico K-Pak Revitaluxe Bio-Advanced Restorative Treatment, $7 at Walgreens
Spring is in the air, as is the impulse to lighten up our hair color. But before you ask your colorist to reach for the bleach, get your locks in tip top shape. The chemicals in hair dye can wreak havoc, causing dryness and breakage, so shop now for home treatments to restore and rehydrate soon-to-be taxed tresses. Most of us have to fake sun-kissed, summer highlights in this City by the Bay—but thankfully pretty much every neighborhood has its own sweet beauty supply store (or three). And when all else fails, or the purse strings are feeling tight, drugstore hair-health products are just as good. Check out all our picks in the gallery.
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