- • Discoloration
- • Dullness
- • Dryness & Frizz
- • Breakage
- • And More…
But all hope is not lost. Here is your complete guide to protecting and treating your hair during the summer months!
USE SUMMERTIME-SPECIFIC PRODUCTS
During this time of year, you shouldn’t leave the house without SPF protection for hair, and the key is finding good, quality products made specifically for summer. We highly recommend the Kerastase Soleil sun protection line:
beautifying hair cream (UV filter) – is infused with Vitamin E, protects against dryness and breakage, as well as controlling all of that unwanted summer frizz.
revitalizing hair mask – locks in moisture to protect from sun-exposure, rebalances key nutrients, and improves your hair’s shine & while also smoothing its texture.
multi-purpose hair oil spray – this spray absorbs quickly, softens hair, and gives you sea salt waves…with zero crunch!
after-sun shampoo – helps to remove chlorine, salt, and sand, while restoring your hair’s shine and providing sun protection all at once.
WHAT'S TRENDING? HATS!
Summertime hair protection cues such styles as the floppy hat, straw-textured hats, and various colors of sun hats. These will not only keep you up to date with summer 2019 fashion trends, but will also give your hair the sun-protection it needs and deserves.
Rock that new sundress with a head-turning floppy hat and look hot while protecting your hair!
Knowing how to treat and style your hair after spending a day in the sun and sand is so important.
First, treat your hair with oil or a healthy dose of conditioner before you shampoo. Secondly, use a natural shampoo with moisturizing qualities—stay away from anything too harsh, as you want to keep your natural oils intact. Thirdly, consider investing in a high-quality leave-in conditioner that helps lock in healthy moisture for a prolonged period of time. Next, grab a detangling comb or brush your hair with your fingertips to minimize breakage before brushing. Finally, let your hair air-dry instead of using a blow dryer and/or heated styling product, as these styling props tend to dry out the hair.
Any blondes out there may have experienced the “green hair problem,” caused by that much-desired dip in your backyard pool…but what exactly causes this issue? Most people are under the impression that chlorine is the main culprit, but this is not entirely true. Chlorine and copper—which is found in various water sources—bond together to form a film that sticks to the proteins in your hair, causing it to turn green.
While undesirable, you can rest assured that this tint is not permanent. Fisher Experience recommends that swimmers treat the tips of their hair with conditioner prior to swimming in order to protect and prevent unnecessary drying. It is important to rinse your hair immediately afterwards, and then proceed to use a specialized shampoo and conditioner designed to remove chlorine and other damaging minerals from your hair.
Call 781.849.1770 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today to learn more about our swimmer-specific hair treatments available.
Otherwise, enjoy the paradise of summer to its fullest…just don’t forget to maintain the health of your hair in the meantime.