Summer Hair Care Must-Haves
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Summer Hair Care Must-Haves

Hair of any colour will get damaged from the sun

Summer Hair Care Must-Haves

The sun, chlorine, and saltwater can damage your hair just as they do your skin. During the hot summer months, even once lustrous hair can become dry and brittle. All hair colors can be damaged by the sun, which causes the cuticle or outer layer of the hair shaft to become dry and rough.

Protect your scalp and hair by wearing a hat or scarf

To shield your scalp from the sun's rays and keep your hair moisturized, wear a hat or scarf. This is especially important if your hair is prone to tangling. It will also protect your hair color and prevent wind damage.

Reduce the frequency of washing your hair

Washing your hair too often can cause your scalp to produce more oil, leading to more washing. After spending time at the beach or pool, try rinsing your hair quickly in the shower to remove any excess oil.

Condition your hair

A fast natural conditioner is diluted apple cider vinegar, which you can use as a final rinse. After washing your hair, apply some coconut oil or shea butter to smooth, de-frizz, and moisturize your hair, but use sparingly as these products can be heavy. If your hair is naturally wavy, the oil will add shine and help you achieve air-dried curls.

Reduce the use of heat

Limit the use of a blow dryer during the summer, as it can be damaging to hair that is already being exposed to the sun's rays. If your hair is already dry, avoid using a flat iron on it. The frizz is more noticeable because the hair is smoother.

Use a spray to add moisture and control

Mix aloe vera juice, avocado oil, and water in a container and shake well. You can spritz it on your hair whenever you need some extra moisture and control. Another option is diluted argan oil in water.

Wear easy, relaxed hairstyles

For sun protection and hair manageability, a loose braid or easy bun is best. Tight hairstyles can be damaging to dry hair in the summer.

Use a wide-tooth comb instead of a brush

Hair is most fragile when it is wet, so avoid tugging at it with a brush. Wide-tooth combs are gentler on hair and less likely to pull or tear it.