How To Take Care of Your Hair This Summer

8 April, 2015 | Hair Loss
Oofff! Pretty hot out there already isn’t it? There’s no wonder that summers are at our doorsteps which means that we wouldn’t have to only take care of our skin but also our hair alike. Summer in all its essence is a great time to relax and for spending time outdoors. So why let the sun ruin the fun? Here are a few tips that will help you protect your hair from the harmful effects of the sun and keep them healthy.

Protection Gear

So have you planned a vacation to a sunny location already? Well brilliant, just remember to pack up a hat, scarf and cap as well in that suitcase of yours. Pretty much like sunburn that occurs on the skin and scalp, the hair are also prone to getting sunburned by the sun’s ultraviolet rays resulting in extreme dryness, brittleness and loss of shine and luster. Wear a comfortable hat or a cap that facilitates blood flow within the scalp region while you roam around in sunny weather to protect you against the harmful sun.

Swimming Preparation

Vacations aren’t fun if you aren’t jumping into the pool right? Amazing! But before you take the final leap into the swimming pool, it’s essential that you consider a few facts. Salt water and chemicals used to keep the pools sterile can be really damaging to your hair. To protect your hair from harm caused by these chemicals, it’s necessary that you rinse your hair with simple water before and after swimming. You can also braid your hair or use a swim cap to limit their tangling.

Hydrate Yourself

Keeping yourself hydrated during the hot weather is also important to keep your hair in top health. Drinking 8-10 glasses of water every day is advised during summers to promote blood circulation in the scalp region and achieve shiny hair. If you are planning to spend more time in the sun then make sure you keep hydrating yourself at regular intervals to keep your body and hair healthy.

Moisturize Your Hair

Don’t forget this essential if you are planning to step out into the sun. There are plenty of hair moisturizers available in the market these days from brands like Himalaya, Garnier and Dabur that can definitely help you to overcome dry, frizzy and curly hair. The best ones are those that are water-based since they both moisturize hair and retain the moisturizing elements for longer duration. Apply it before venturing out in the sun to keep you hair healthy and hydrated.

Air Dry Your Hair

Summer heat is already enough to cause fatal damage to the hairs’ health then why deplore their condition by using blow-dryers? It’s essential that you let your hair dry on their own during summers since exposing them to more heat can lead to their brittleness and breakage. It’s advised to limit the use of flat iron or curling iron to keep your hair healthy during summers.

Brush Your Hair Wisely

Since hairs are most fragile when they are wet, brushing your hair directly after swimming isn’t recommended at all. It’s essential that you brush your hair when they are dry and use a wide-toothed comb to avoid breakage and damage.

Use Gentle Accessories

During summers, hair are vulnerable to breakage and any pull or pressure caused by hard clips or holders can result them to fall off the scalp. It’s advised that you use good ponytail holders that don’t contain metal closures, barrettes that have smooth edges and clasps and fabric headbands to stylize your hair during summers to limit hair damage.

This brings us to the end of our discussion on ways to keep your hair healthy during summers. To achieve healthy and shiny hair this summer season follow these simple tips and flaunt your hair with confidence.

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