Save your poor hair’s soul! Sun rays, refreshing pools and salty beach water may be the ingredients of a perfect summer but they are also a recipe for hair trauma. Split ends, straw-like texture and washed out color are tell-tale signs that it has been a cruel, cruel summer for your hair. Whip your damaged hair back into shape and restore it’s original luster with these fool proof treatments.
Salon Glaze by Frederic Fekkai
Salon Glaze by Frederic Fekkai is a phenomenal product with customer support and rave reviews to back it up. This clear gloss and deep conditioning treatment coats the hair cuticle to improve the overall look of your locks. The glaze instantly improves the health of your hair while actively treating your hair for the long haul. Unlike other serums this one is not greasy and will not weigh down the hair.
Redken Smooth Down Butter Treat
Redken makes wonderful products across the board but this Smooth Down Butter Treat is to die for. If you’re already a fan of Redken and your hair is absolutely fried then this may be the perfect choice for you. The combination of macadamia oil, candelia wax, and refiners will give you long-lasting, frizz-free, shiny, perfect hair. Ideally, you should apply this to towel dry hair for 5-15 minutes after shampooing then rinse out thoroughly.
Phyto Photojoba Intense Hydrating Masque
An intense hydrating mask specially designed to instantly moisturize, protect and detangle dry hair. It provides deep conditioning by restructuring the hair’s protective barrier and helping it retain moisture, leading the way to nourished, healthy hair.
Words Of Wisdom: (Most women are not going to like this)
Limit the use of heated styling tools! No matter how many safeguards you use curling irons, blow dryers, flat irons and hot rolls will cause damage to your hair over time. If you can, avoid them at all costs. That being said, it’s relatively unrealistic so If you are going to use these tools pay a more attention to your hair care by always use a heat protectant. When blow drying let your hair air dry and wait until it is at least 50% dry before you use the dryer. If you use flat irons or curling irons invest in ones that allow you to have more control over the temperature settings. Ranges from 1-25 are safe but tools that tell you the exact temperature are the best. If you have fine hair you will be able to style with low heat, thicker hair requires a little more heat. Find out the lowest temperature you can use to achieve the style you want and stick with it.