How to restore hair after the summer?

Por Jyoko

During the summer, it is not difficult to remember that you need to protect your skin from the sun. There are advertisements in every imaginable, from printed publications to electronic gadgets with Internet access. Nevertheless, our hair is a potentially overlooked aspect of our appearance.

Have you thought about the potential damage caused to your hair by the sun’s rays or by swimming in a pool containing chlorine?

mascarilla capilarYou’ll be surprised to see how a person’s tresses can start out looking one way at the beginning of the summer (healthy), and then by the end of August or September, how dry they can get as a result of the lack of care shown to them during the summer months. This can be attributed to the fact that people tend to spend less time caring for their hair during the summer.

During the warmer months, you need to pay more attention to more than just your skin. Your hair needs it as well, and if you haven’t been providing it with the necessary maintenance over the past few months, we are going to explain what happens to your hair during the summer that causes it to become brittle and how you may recover from the effects of this time of year.

Tips for Post-Summer Hair Recovery

1.     It would help if you didn’t put your faith in mousse or gel.

Because your hair isn’t in its most excellent styling state, even though these products will help you get the look you want, they may not make your hair look the way you want it to look. This is because your hair isn’t in its most OK styling state. Because of this, your hair will also have a worse texture.

2.     Utilize a moisturizing shampoo in conjunction with a conditioner that washes out thoroughly.

Choose the one that is of salon grade; yes, the one that may cost a few more dollars but has a high concentration of vitamins and conditioning chemicals that you cannot buy over-the-counter.

3.     Apply a leave-in conditioner to your hair.

If you want to protect your hair, you should use a leave-in conditioner instead of a rinse-out conditioner since it will offer an extra layer of moisture to your hair. To return to its standard form, hair that has been damaged requires an excessive amount of moisture (read: love).

4.     Use a hair mask.

This will be a lot of fun because you will be lavishing attention on yourself, which is something that every one of us justly deserves. Your tresses, the hair shaft, will benefit from its revitalizing effects. Because of the time the product is kept on your hair while using a hair mask, the product will be able to permeate the hair shaft and replenish moisture.

First, your hair should be dampened only slightly, and then you should apply the hair mask to your entire head. Make sure that all the strands are involved by combing them through gently with a wet brush or a comb with large teeth, and then wrap a towel around your head and let it sit like that for an hour (or more). You should apply a hair mask the day before you get your hair colored, especially if you plan on dyeing your hair shortly. Due to this product’s application, your strands will receive additional care and protection on the day of the coloring treatment.

5.     Avoid coming in contact with any chemicals.

Finding many hair products free of chemicals won’t be easy, but cleaning supplies aren’t the only ones loaded with them. And this is a particularly terrible development for hair that is damaged.

Instead of utilizing items that include chemicals, of which there are many, you could look for products that contain fewer chemicals in their contents. You probably already have some of these products in your home. Propylene glycol, sodium lauryl sulfate, parabens, and ammonium laurel sulfate are a few examples of the chemical components used.

The last thing we want to do is wash our hair with a repackaged version of dishwashing detergent because it is the last thing we want to do. On the other hand, leave-in conditioners containing silicone are an exception to this rule because silicone is known for its ability to coat the hair. You should become familiar with various natural components such as soy proteins, Carthage oil, safflower oil, wheat protein, rice protein, vitamin B5 (panthenol), egg lecithin, wheat germ oil, chamomile, and comfrey. These ingredients are listed in no particular order.

6.     Cut back on the amount of heat you utilize.

When it comes to the health of your hair, heat isn’t exactly your best friend, significantly if it’s already been damaged. If you must use heat for any reason, regardless of the circumstance, ensure that it is set to a low setting. In the same vein, blow dryers, which should also be kept on a low setting to prevent the hair’s cuticle from cracking, should be used.

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