Frayed Your Hair On A Beach Holiday, Now What?
So you had a great time at the beach, now what? It is time to fix the damage saltwater, sun rays, and chlorine water had on your hair and skin. In our previous article, we gave you some tips to repair the damage that has been done on your skin in the past three months. Today we’re going to touch upon what we can do to restore your hair health following a holiday. Of course, protecting it from the first place is the best-case scenario but what can you do once the damage is done? Keep reading.
1 || Invest In A Good Leave-In Conditioner
To reverse the damage that has been done in the previous months you need to put in some extra effort. We are assuming that your hair is vulnerable after a beach holiday. This means you need to protect it with a good leave-in conditioner that does not only protect but also provides UV protection. One of our favorites that is suitable for all hair types is the THIRSTY GIRL Coconut Milk Anti-Frizz Leave-in Conditioner from IGK.
2 || Avoid Heat… For Now
Your hair is damaged, don’t damage it further. Heat and damaged hair do not mix. If leaving your hair air-dry is not an option for you, then pick up a product that will counteract the effects. One of the best products out there is Living Proof’s Smooth Blowout Concentrate that offers heat protection up to 450 °F/230 °C.
3 || You Need A Hair Treatment
If you’ve got colored hair then you definitely need a hair treatment to prevent any further damage. We usually reach out to salons to do this, but you don’t have to. The ‘best bonds sustainer’ as consumers claim; “berliss” repairs your locks at home with a quality of salon treatments.
4 || Hair Masks Will Come In Handy
Dryness, dullness and split ends can be fixed with a simple hair mask. Hair masks are a great way to restore vitality to your hair while strengthening your hair fiber. It will also soften and protect your hair. We love Briogeo Don’t Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Mask that will restore essential hydration and natural vibrancy to dry, brittle, over-processed and lacklustre locks.
5 || Use Protecting sprays
Your hair needs to recover and during this time you won’t just stay indoors. That said, you need a protecting spray with UVA and UVB protection to use when you go outside. These sprays will not only protect your hair from the sun, they are also great for maintaining a healthy, moisturized and shiny hair.
6 || It Might Be A Good Time For A Haircut
We are not going to say much here, sun damage means split ends which means it is time for a haircut.