Want to keep your hair from looking and feeling fried, frizzy and faded during Summer months?
Bust Summer hair burnout with the following tips:
1. Heat from the sun may degrade the protective protein in hair oxidizing color to a brassy hue.
Keep your color bright, shiny and conditioned with a cleansing and conditioning line offering a protein-dense formula which reconstructs and strengthens hair.
Products featuring soymilk are considered to be especially beneficial for busting summer hair burn out conditions.
2. Before venturing out for Summertime activities, spray a special sun block for hair on tresses.
When you take steps before going out into bright Summer days, you effectively block damaging rays responsible for color fading, moisture-zapping and parched brittle strands.
Sun blocks and/or thermal sprays should really be utilized all year long to protect against the harmful rays of the sun as well as environmental toxins and damaging heat tools.
3. Use a heat block hair spray, conditioner or similar product before blow drying or air drying.
Taking this step will intensively nourish distressed hair, seal split ends, and deliver thermal protection against split ends from mid-length to ends.
4. Minimize use of heat styling tools such as flat or curling irons during Summer months except for special hair events.
When you need texture, consider using your heat styling tools set on the slowest, lowest, coolest speeds and temperatures.
Opt for easy hair protective styles such as braids, ponytails, buns, chignons and twists which protect the scalp from harmful rays of the sun.
Chances are your hair is going to be thirsty after a long day in the sun! Whip in the moisture with serious hydration.
Deep conditioner is an essential hair care tool for Summertime. It’s the one product which helps detangle, moisturize and make your hair shiny and vibrant.
Deep conditioner makes hair feel amazing.
Always be sure to take the time to comb the product through hair to distribute completely.
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