June 24, 2020 Latest news No Comments

Keep your locks looking good this summer!

Temperature is rising, people are out in the sun, enjoying a dip in the pool or sea, and getting ready for their summer outings. But how is this affecting your hair? A common question as the summer season arrives is: “how do I keep my hair looking great during the summer?”

Here are some tips and products that will protect your hair, regardless of the harsh summer conditions!

1.Start the season with a trim

During spring and summer your hair grows faster so you need to make sure you have regular trims to get rid of split ends and keep your hair looking fresh!

2.  Protect from the sun 

Wearing hats does not cause hair loss! It actually prevents your hair from getting scorched and keeps your scalp healthy and moisturised, so cover your hair up with a hat or scarf when you’re out in the sun.

3.Prevent swimmer’s hair

All blondes know the struggle of their hair becoming green after a dip in the pool. The saltwater in the sea is also a struggle for everyone who wants to keep their locks hydrated. In order to protect your hair from all sorts of unwanted problems when you go for a swim, you should wet it with clean water first. This will ensure that your hair cannot absorb any more water with harmful chemicals or salt which damages it.

4.Keep hair hydrated

Opposed to popular belief, your hair in the summer becomes very dry. This is why you need to use hydrating products on your hair to lock moisture and keep it healthy. The Kerastaste SOLEIL range features amazing products which protect hair from dryness and fading due to summer aggressors such as sun, chlorine and salt water.

5.Avoid hot tools

Opt for heatless hairstyles or use hair accessories to elevate your hair look without unnecessary heat! 2020 is all about headbands, scrunchies, and barrettes so take advantage of these trends and skip the hot tools. You can find hair accessories in our salon or you can request a heatless hairstyle when making an appointment with us.


Written by artemiou