Monday, July 5, 2010

Summertime Hair Care Tips

Summer is not kind to our hair, flanked by the heat and the humidity; it is next to impossible to style hair in anything other than a tightly curled pony tail.Just because the heat is rising, doesn’t mean that you have to verdict your hair to 3 months of ponytails. By following a few easy summertime hair care tips you can wear your hair in virtually any style.

1~ Wash your hair immediately after swimming. Use a shampoo that is designed to rid the hair of chlorine. If you have lighter hair, use a hair care product that will help keep your tresses from turning green.

2~ Keep frizzes at bay. At some stage in the hottest times, style your hair in either braids or knots to reduce the amount of frizzles in your hair.

3~ A hat is the best option when it comes to protecting your hair from the sun. However, in the absence of a hat, you can apply a regular SPF in a straight line to your scalp and hair. While not an ideal option, it will help protect your hair.

4~ For extra conditioning apply a deep conditioner to damp or dry hair and wrap with moreover plastic wrap or a shower cap right before bedtime. Rinse it out in the morning for hair that is extra soft and has added shine.

5~Jojoba oil applied to the ends of your hair will help soften your hair. Use the Jojoba oil either pre-shampoo or apply to dry strands for shelter during the day.

6~ For sun uncovered hair or hair that has been sun damaged perform a regular deep conditioning treatment to help it retain its moisture.

7~ If you normally use hot hair tools daily (such as curling irons or hair dryers) try to give your hair a break during the summer. The less heat that you apply to your hair, the better off you will be.

8~Prevent static electricity by using a rinse-out conditioner after you shampoo. It will add moisture and shine, and leaves your hair more manageable. If you have limp or fine hairs opt for a leave in conditioner instead.

Simple tips to help keep your hair looking its best all summer long! Check out our listings of Sulfate Free Shampoos & Conditioners only the best for your mane!


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