While it’s time to bring out your cute, strappy dresses and head for regular dips in the pool; summer has its flip-side too. The harsh sun rays and excessive sweating can bring your hair game down, and how!
Did you know? Regular sun exposure can cause dry and brittle hair, split ends, lack of shine, hair fall and also fade your hair colour. Frustrating, isn’t it? It is, therefore, important to give some extra TLC to your mane in the hotter months. To prevent damage, here’s how you need to care for your hair to keep it soft, shiny, healthy and bouncy all through the season...
Clean your hair twice a week
Dirty and greasy hair can wreak a havoc in summers. The sun, sweat and pollution can ruin the texture of your hair beyond your imagination. Therefore, we suggest you shampoo your hair twice a week using the Dove Environmental Defence Shampoo and follow it up with the Dove Environmental Defence Conditioner. However, keep in mind that over-washing can dry your hair out. So, avoid that!
Say no to heat-styling tools
While you may be tempted to use your curling irons and straighteners; take a break from them, especially in the humid months. We understand that styling your hair will simply save your day, but the heat from those styling tools have the power to suck out moisture from your hair, leaving it limp and dry. You don’t want more damage, do you?
Oiling is a saviour
Giving your hair a regular dose of olive oil, coconut oil or almond oil will help you achieve happy hair. Be it any hair concern, oiling is the answer! For effective results, leave the oil in your hair overnight and wash it the next morning. You will be left with soft, hydrated and healthy locks.
DIY hair care treatments
Want to give your hair an extra boost of hydration and nourishment? Turn to home-made hair packs using ingredients such as honey, yoghurt, egg and mayonnaise. You can also pamper your hair with herbal packs atleast once a week for best results.
Healthy diet and lots of water
Your diet has a direct impact on the health of your hair. Apart from fruits and vegetables, it is important to include almond, soya beans, flax seeds and milk in your daily diet too for the nutrition it provides your hair.