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These Holiday Ingredients Also Do Wonders For Your Mane

We pray for good hair days year round, but we’re willing to pardon less-than-perfect locks when the climate or time aren’t on our side. Around the holidays, though, we’re way less lax on the looks of our mane—there are too many festive gatherings (ahem, social photo opps) not to be. Whether you’re planning a home-cooked feast or hitting up a Friendsgiving, prepare to snag some holiday ingredients for the sake of your strands. Rosemary, carrots, pumpkin purée—ingredients that your holiday cravings would get cranky without—can do wonders for your hair’s health and growth too. Click through the gallery to discover five holiday ingredients that should be in your hair.

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