Transitioning to Summer Hair Care

● New Season New Hair
● Summer Hair = Summer Hair Care
● From the season to your hair changing, here are some tips and tricks to help care for
● Most of us like to change our hair in the summer, whether going lighter, darker or adding
a fun color. The heat takes a major toll on yourself as well as your hair!
Caring for your hair during the summer is essential to protect it from damage caused by the sun,
heat, humidity, and other environmental factors. Here are some tips to help you maintain healthy
hair during the summer months:
● Hydration: Just like your body, your hair needs hydration. Drink plenty of water of to keep
your hair hydrated from the inside out.
● Protect from the sun: UV rays can damage your hair, causing dryness, brittleness, and
color fading. Wear a hat or use a scarf to shield your hair from direct sunlight.
● Use UV protection products: Invest in hair care products that contain UV filters to protect
your hair from sun damage. These products help to create a barrier between your hair
and harmful UV rays.
● Limit heat styling: During the summer, give your hair a break from heat styling tools such
as blow dryers, straighteners, and curling irons. Embrace your natural texture or opt for
heatless styling techniques to avoid additional damage.
● Moisturize: Keep your hair moisturized by using hydrating shampoos, conditioners, and
leave-in treatments. Look for products that contain ingredients like coconut oil, shea
butter, or argan oil to help lock in moisture.
● Protect from chlorine and saltwater: Before swimming in chlorinated pools or saltwater,
wet your hair with clean water and apply a leave-in conditioner or oil to create a barrier
between your hair and the harsh chemicals. After swimming, rinse your hair thoroughly
with fresh water to remove chlorine or salt residue.
● Trim regularly: Regular trims help to get rid of split ends and prevent further damage.
Aim to get a trim every 6-8 weeks to keep your hair healthy and free from breakage.
● Avoid tight hairstyles: Tight hairstyles like ponytails, braids, or buns can cause tension
and breakage, especially when your hair is exposed to the sun and heat. Opt for looser
styles to minimize damage.

● Deep condition: Treat your hair to a deep conditioning treatment once a week to
replenish moisture and nourish your strands. You can use store-bought deep
conditioners or try DIY treatments using natural ingredients like avocado, olive oil, or
● Protect at night: Use a satin or silk pillowcase to reduce friction and prevent breakage
while you sleep. You can also wrap your hair in a silk scarf or bonnet to protect it from
● By following these tips, you can keep your hair healthy and beautiful throughout the
summer season.