As August begins, the thunderstorms and extreme heat will follow. Most of us have started noticing our hair acting out. Frizziness and dehydration usually being to make an appearance around this time of year and here are the products we suggest to revamp your summer hair.
First of all, let’s make sure your hair is clean. The humidity, chlorine and late nights all provide us lots of enjoyment during the summer. But exposure to these elements causes lots of build up on your hair that your shampoo may not be removing. Try adding a clarifying shampoo, or detoxifying if you notice scalp issues, to your hair care routine, use once a week or whenever you need that squeaky clean feel. We recommend SOLU by Davines and the Detoxifying Scrub Shampoo from the Natural Tech Davines Line.
Make sure your conditioner addresses your issue. If you spend time outside or in the pool this summer, your hair is most likely become dehydrated from the environmental elements. We recommend the Momo Condition for Dehydration. If your hair is frizzy from the humidity, but too fine for a heavy conditioner, we recommend the Love Smooth by Davines to tame those little frizzies. The ideal product for bleached hair, with highlights, perm or relaxed is a nourishing conditioner for damaged or very dry hair. NouNou by Davines is designed to untangle treated hair, it also makes it soft and silky, giving it body. It does not weigh down the hair.
When styling your hair, add a little extra moisture. Serums and oils are great and probably more effective than the traditional leave in conditioners. They add a smooth finish to any style or if you’d like to let it hair dry naturally, they add shine and softness. If you’d like a good serum product, we recommend the Relaxing Moisturizing Fluid by Davines. If you are worried about a product being too heavy on the hair, we recommend the Oil Non-Oil by Davines. Lastly, our favorite hair oil OI by Davines is perfect for any hair type and adds a beautiful shine too.
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