The heat and the high UV rays given off by the sun during the hot season, can dry out and cause substantial damage to your locks, so protecting them is a must if you wish to keep your tresses looking soft and healthy. There are a variety of treatments, homemade or store products available to help you protect your locks from heat damage, all you need to do is select the ones that work for you.
These summer hair treatments help moisturize your hair, keeping it soft and healthy, so make sure you spare some of your precious time for pampering your locks.
Homemade summer moisturizing hair mask Natural, homemade hair treatments can too have a positive impact on locks, and the great thing about these treatments is that they are often created using ingredients which are usually found in your kitchen on a daily basis. A hair treatment mask created using avocado, olive oil and egg yolk can do wonders for your locks, making them look luscious and soft. Peel an avocado and mash the pulp, then mix it with a bit of olive oil and an egg yolk. Apply the mixture on your hair and massage it well. Allow the mask to work for about 30 minutes and then rinse it off with lukewarm water then wash your hair as usual.
Professional hair repair masks There are many professional brand products out there to choose from, products which can deliver amazing results, all you need to do is purchase the ones that are created to deal with your hair problems. Nutrition hair masks definitely have to be a part of your weekly hair care routine, so invest in a high quality product which features moisturizing ingredients. Experiment with your favorite brand and see if the hair mask rises-up to your expectations. Hair repair masks should be applied at least once a week and the application instructions should definitely be respected for best results.
UV hair protection spays Just like your skin, your hair needs to be protected from sun as it will dry out and fade your locks. To maintain the richness of hair color, apply a UV protection spray on your hair whenever you expose yourself to the sun. If you’re on a tight budget, you can pour a bit of sunblock in a pump bottle and pour water over to obtain a liquid mixture which you’ll then spritz over your hair to offer it protection. However, don’t go overboard with your homemade hair protection spray to avoid your hair becoming greasy.
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