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How to Keep Your Hair Healthy in the Summer

Winter comes with the unachievable dreams of pool parties, summer concerts, and ice-cold drinks on the patio. Disappointingly, summer brings with it sun, sweat, and chlorine, which can wreak havoc on the hair. The good news is you don’t have to stay indoors all summer long to protect your hair’s health. The summertime is time for fun and you can make the most of it by protecting your hair from sun damage with these easy to follow tips.

Start your summer with new trim. For a start you can begin your summer season with healthy hair as it has been found to be effective in protecting your hair from sun damage. All you have to do is get a trim for your stylist and you are ready for summer fun. They will get rid off any damaged ends that would turn into split ends later. However, this is only effective if you get the trims on a regular basis. You can learn of more ways to take care of your hair by talking to them. You never know, you may end up getting an alternative that is easier to maintain from them.

Get rid of the heat. You hair does not enjoy the warmth Summer brings as much as you do. Pairing it with extra heat from the styling tools makes the situation harder than it may already be. Avoid using the curling irons, straighteners, and blow dryer. Give your hair enough time to dry completely. If it is absolutely necessary that you use heat styling, try keeping the temperatures low. If you are using a blow dryer, the recommended temperature level is to constantly keep it at the medium levels. Always a have a heat protectant hair product with you.

Water could come in handy. Hair acts as a sponge when it is wet. The cuticles on your hair can hold more water than you can imagine. All the chemicals and salt that you accumulate in you hair when you jump into a pool or an ocean are also included. Get rid of this by using water. Depending on your surroundings, you can use tap water or bottled water to rinse your hair before you go swimming. By doing this, you will be leaving no room for such harmful compounds to fill since the rinse will have already taken a the space.

Just like your skin, your hair and scalp need sunscreen too. Depending on your type of hair, UVA and UVB rays can do more damage than you imagine. These rays also oxidize the color job you have done on your hair.