When we’re constantly in a rush to go to college or work every morning, the idea of doing up our hair can seem like quite a task. That’s because “hairstyles” are often associated with long processes, with hair damage being one of the consequences. However, this isn’t always true. Hair experts, in fact, suggest changing your hairstyle frequently in order to keep your strands and scalp healthy.

dove intense repair shampoo for damage hair

So if you’re looking to get the hairdo that scores high on the style quotient with minimum damage, here’s how. Start by using the Dove Intense Repair Shampoo and Conditioner, which what damaged hair longs for. As the duo is formulated with Keratin Actives, it understands that your hair goes through a lot everyday. Thus, it repairs damage from within the hair so that all visible signs of it are gone for good so that only nourished, healthy hair shows through. After shampooing and conditioning, you can move on to these simple hairstyles which will ensure beautiful, damage-free hair!

 

Smooth chignon

Smooth chignon

This hairstyle is ideal to protect fragile strands or split-ends from further damage. Simply take two small sections of hair from either side, bring them together and tie them with a hair tie. Thereafter, tuck the rest of the hair upwards around the tied section.

 

Braided ponytail bun

Braided ponytail bun

After tying your hair into a mid-ponytail, create a loose, three-strand braid. Follow this by gently wrapping the braid into a soft bun and set it in place using bobby pins.

 

Twisted ponytail

Twisted ponytail

Start by tying your hair into a ponytail and then part your hair into two sections. Then gently twist the section and tie with a band. Repeat on the other section of hair. Then twist both the sections of hair together and tie the end together with a hair tie.

 

Twisted Headband

Twisted Headband

To try the twisted headband hairstyle, start by wearing a simple circular headband. Then fold the ends of your hair upwards and tuck them behind the band. Gently fluff the hair and spread it across for the headband to be covered completely.

 

Half braid

Half braid

For the half braid hairstyle, you can choose a simple braid or a French braid from your hairline until the mid-section of your hair. On tied, loosen the braid slightly to give it an effortless feel.

 

Crown Braid

Crown Braid

Take two sections of hair from either side of your head. Then make loose braids from each section. Bring both braids together and tie them in place with a hair clip.

 

Half bun

Half bun

Take two small sections of hair from either side of your head. Then bring them together towards the crown of your head and tie them in a half bun hairstyle.

Pro tip - Make sure to use a protective hair serum in your hair routine to nourish your hair and keep it untangled. Post washing, condition for moisturized hair ends. Make it a point to oil your hair before shampooing and for that, you can use the the Dove Nourished Shine Elixir Oil, which contains the nutrition of Hibiscus and Argan Oil. The lightweight oil reduces frizziness and enriches your hair to make it stronger and shinier. Do all you can to protect your hair from damage this summer and in return, your hair will thank you by looking fabulous through the season!

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