summer hair care

Summer hair care tips

Hair is the most beautiful thing a woman has. Summer can affect the hair in many ways: overexposure to harmful rays, salt water of the sea, or water with high chlorine content in the pool,

Hair is the most beautiful thing a woman has. Summer can affect the hair in many ways: overexposure to harmful rays, salt water of the sea, or water with high chlorine content in the pool, sweating. Here’s what you need to do to keep your hair beautiful in summer:

1. Start the summer with a haircut!

Regardless of the length of the hair, summer weather affects the hair, facilitating the drying of the hair ends. Start the summer with a haircut or opt for regular trims so your hair always stays healthy and prevents the risk of split ends.

2. Hair dyed?

Painted hair always requires more attention. Chemical treatments and harmful sun rays will discolor, dry and damage your hair. Use specially designed products for dyed hair. If you want to change your color, choose to do that one month before the sun gets too strong. If you dyed your hair during this time, try to avoid exposure directly to the sun. A hat can help.

3. Shampoo

Choose a natural shampoo with a gentle formula in summer. Try to avoid daily wash in the summer, so you’ll let your hair absorb natural oils. Between shampoos uses a dry shampoo of good quality. Absorbs excess oil without helping the scalp to produce more.

Secret Tips:

Rinse hair in vinegar before you wash with shampoo. This will enhance the shine of your hair. It is also a good treatment for dandruff. Choose organic apple vinegar.

4. Conditioner

If your hair is already damaged, a good conditioner will help to hydrate your hair. Choose the right products for your hair type.

Secret Tips:

Before swimming in the pool or sea, apply a thin coat of coconut oil or balsam on your hair. This will keep chlorine and chemicals away from hair.

5. Avoid heat!

In summer your hair is already subjected to sunshine and harmful rays. It is advisable to avoid the flat irons and dryer as much as possible. If you really need to use the dryer, choose to use it at a low temperature and always use thermal protection.

6. Night mask

During the summer, your hair will need treatments to hydrate it intensely. Apply a leave-on conditioner and wrap your hair in a towel. Let it act overnight. In the morning you will have a fine and shiny hair. Use masks suitable for your hair type, good quality, or choose to use masks made at home.

7. Hair Vitamins

Hair Vitamins work inside, revitalize the hair and strengthen its structure. Rich in the vitamins and minerals required for hair, these complexes will nourish and regenerate the hair. On the market exist vitamins complex for hair, nails and skin, so you will benefit from multiple benefits.

8. Sun protection.

The best way to protect your hair is to cover your head with a hat or cap. Avoiding excessive hair drying, a hat helps to prevent sunburn. If it’s not your style, you can opt for hair products that have sun protection factor.

9. Wide thooth comb

In summer, replace the ordinary brush with a wide thooth comb. You will prevent hair breakage and you can easily detangle your hair after spending a day on the beach. There are brushes specially designed for wet hair.

10. Hair oils

It is recommended to use hair oils to maintain hydration. Take care of your hair to prevent split ends. Jojoba oil, olive oil or grape seed oil have beneficial effects on the hair, softens and prevents hair damage.


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