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Just like Ashley Tisdale, you've probably been spending the summer hanging out at the pool and beach. And while your skin has a nice glow going on, your hair might not be looking so hot.

Here, Steven Jackson and John Ciambrone of the Greenroom Salon in Boca Raton, FL tell Us Weekly what to do now so your mane looks shiny and healthy by fall.

1. Shield your strands. Protect your hair from the sun to avoid dryness and color fading with a product that has UV protection. Jackson and Ciambrone recommend Kerastase Huile Celeste Shimmering Protective Mist ($39,

2. Go for regular snips. Ditching split ends every 6-8 weeks will prevent hair from dividing up the entire shaft. Ask your stylist for a "microtrim," which is just 1/8" off all over.

3. Condition, condition, condition. Weekly hair treatments help counteract the moisture-zapping effects of sun, wind and salt water. Try: It's a 10! Miracle Hair Mask ($24,