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Female Speaker: Goldilocks and Rapunzel are both remembered for their hair. Hi! I'm Veronica of watchmojo.com, and today Garnier shows us how to achieve locks you'll be remembered for. What should you consider when taking care of your hair?
Annie Bellemare: Well, I really think that it's important to go with your type of hair. If you have curly hair, you will go with some products for curly hair, instead of using something for, let's say dry hair. You really need to make sure; it's going to be the right product for your type of hair.
Female Speaker: So now, a lot of people are styling their hair with products. How do you repair their hair after all this damage.
Annie Bellemare: Really important, I would suggest more something like, good treatments that you could leave for at least 15 minutes. We have strength and repair with Garnier. It's really good for dry hair, of course. Basically, after your shampoo you put a good conditioner, and then you could put the treatments, you're good to go.
Female Speaker: So should we change our hair products with the seasons?
Annie Bellemare: Of course, when it's winter your scalp is going to be more dry, and in summer, it's going to be more hydrated. So of course you need to change products, it's really important. It goes with the season.
Female Speaker: So what's the one product you think everyone should own?
Annie Bellemare: I think everyone should own at least Sleek and Shine, that's the number one lotion before you do your blow dry. So you just use the round brush, the blow dryer and you're good to go.