Summer Hair Problems Solved with ALFAPARF MILANO Semi di LINO @MYLOOK.IE https://www.mylook.ie/collections/haircare-bundles
Spending Summer at the beach, festival-going, travelling or just enjoying your local park, chances are your hair will be going through it!
Sunshine, Sea water and Sweat can all do a number on your hair and scalp – so what can you do about it?
1. My head gets Sweaty but I don’t want to wash my hair every day
How can I keep sweaty hair looking fresh? Keep your tresses looking fresh without over-washing using a Dry shampoo to soak up excess sebum / oil / grease along with styles you can wear with dirty hair, slicked back buns and funky braids to keep hair off the face.
If you need to wash your hair more often, switch to a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner and stock up on hair masks.
2. My hair feels dry and crunchy
Temperature extremes, excessive dryness and sun exposure can cause brittleness, which can lead to hair damage. So, what to do?
Ditch the heat tools, switch to a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner, and load up on treatments
Curly hair has a tendency to be drier, use alfaparf curly hair products
There is a bigger need to moisturize your hair if it is long or curly, as these hair types are often more susceptible to dryness.
3. My colour is fading quicker
We often socialize more in summer and want to make the most of time outdoors in the sun – and naturally you’ll want your hair to look its best. But UV can be damaging to hair, and it can also cause colour to fade if your hair is coloured / highlighted
4. My hair goes frizzy when it gets warmer
Air typically becomes more humid during summer months thanks to soaring temperatures, which can wreak havoc on hair and lead to the dreaded frizz Avoid heat products, washing your hair with too hot water, and over-styling during summer if you’re prone to frizzy hair. Instead, opt for nourishing treatments, oils and conditioners to help moisture penetrate the hair shaft.
blotting hair with a microfibre towel after washing to minimize damage.
5. Is it better for my hair to swim in the sea or the pool?
What better way to cool off during a hot summer than with a refreshing swim? But whether you’re going for a dip in the sea or having a pool day, all hair types can suffer without proper care. Typically, curly hair will be most susceptible to chlorine damage since the hair is naturally drier and more porous, so absorbs more harmful chemicals.
Chlorine can dry out your hair
Both pool and seawater can potentially have a negative affect.
Before going swimming, make sure you saturate your hair with plenty of fresh water. Like a sponge, your hair can only soak up so much water, so this will reduce the amount of chlorine or saltwater clinging to your hair cuticles. Following a day of swimming, always ensure you rinse your hair thoroughly with fresh water to eliminate any chemicals or salt that will have fixed on your hair.
use a hair mask
Hair Masks are essential Intense conditioners | once-weekly treatment that soaks your hair with proteins, vitamins, and moisture to make hair stronger healthier and damage free. ALFAPARF has a Hair mask for all hair types:
Alfaparf Sublime Detox Mud Treatment | hair Mask removes mineral build up. Restores bright shiny lightweight hair.
ALFAPARF Diamond illuminating hair-mask restores intense shine and moisture to lack lusture hair
ALFAPARF CURLY / Wavy Hair-mask helps with curl definition, bounce, hydration
ALFAPARF Nutritive hair-mask softens & replenishes moisture in dry hair.
ALFAPARF Reconstruction hair-mask repairs damaged hair that breaks easily & restores strength in the hair bonds.