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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Tips for Keeping Your Hair Healthy in Summer

There’s a lot to love about summer – sun, ice cream, chilled out evenings and memorable days spent at the beach. However, while your mood may be lifted, your hair won’t necessarily be as happy under the hot summer heat.

If you want to ensure your hair looks glowing and healthy this summer, there’s a few things you’re going to want to do. Here, we’ll look at some of the best summer hair care tips you can follow.

Ensure your hair is UV protected
You already protect your skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays, but when was the last time you protected your hair too?

Most of the damage done to the hair in summer, is reportedly down to those pesky UV rays. This is because the rays can strip the hair of its protein. For this reason, it’s worth investing in a good UV hair protective spray. Use it as often as you would sunscreen and your hair should be protected.

Choose your products wisely
The hair products you use in the summer should be different to those you use in winter. For example, you may need to switch to a mild shampoo if you need to wash the hair daily. This is because shampooing every day during the summer will cause the scalp to dry up and start flaking. This definitely isn’t a great look, so switching to a milder shampoo could be the solution.

If you’re a hairdresser, you’re going to want to stock up on summer haircare products. Companies such as Capital Hair & Beauty, provide great priced bulk packs of professional hair care products.

Washing after swimming
If you fancy cooling off in your local pool, don’t forget to protect the hair. It’s really important to avoid shampooing before you get into the pool as this will strip away your hair’s natural protective oils, leaving it more susceptible to damage.

It’s also recommended you use an ethylene tetra-acetic acid-based shampoo if you want to wash the hair after you’ve got out of the pool. This is because these types of shampoos can help get rid of any harmful effects the chlorine may have had on the hair.

If you follow the tips above, you should notice your hair starts looking healthier this summer. It doesn’t take a lot of extra care, just a few small changes like the ones above will help you to protect the hair against the perils of summer.
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