Summer moisture and the summer sun can be damaging to your hair. Proper preventative steps need to be taken during this season to ensure that your hair does not get damaged.


        Moisturize your scalp twice a week with light hair oil or hair dress.

       Your hair grows faster in warm weather.


     If you must relax your hair, you probably will feel the need to touch up your roots more often during the warm months. The solution for that is to get all natural straightening system like (GREAT HAIR) in between relaxer services, These systems not only condition your hair, but makes your more manageable and keep your mane straighter longer with out applying the chemical so frequently.

          Use the sun’s warmth to help hair soak up conditioners. After swimming, apply a deep conditioner to protect your hair. Smooth in conditioner or a moisturizer before pulling into a bun or twisting, and let the sun shine in!

      If your skin can get sunburned, so can your hair. Products like Shea- butter and sesame oil have natural UV filtering properties. And while many hair products claim to protect hair from the sun, unless they have a SPF rating or contain a known sunscreen ingredient, these could be just marketing claims. If you plan to be out in the sun for more than an hour, the best hair care tip is to wear a stylish hat or scarf.

  Staying hydrated is important for healthy hair as well as your overall health, so make sure that you are drinking enough water.



    Avoid hair products with sulfates, formaldehyde or alcohol in it, which dry out hair try to use natural products that are gentler on your hair such as, Natasha Paul Elements Lavender Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner.

    Try washing your hair less often; shampooing your hair with the wrong shampoo strips the moisture out of your hair.


Use a leave in conditioner on your hair daily.


   To protect hair from chlorine and give it a pre-pool treat, soak it with tap water before a swim, then slather on conditioner or a little oil. Hair saturated with clean water won’t soak up as much chlorinated pool water. Apply an oil-based hair dress, leave in conditioner or olive oil to your hair before you get into the pool.

 Use a swim cap for extra protection, and never leave chlorinated water in your hair. Seawater should be rinsed out too, as salt can cause dryness over time. Use an oil spray to protect hair from its dehydrating effects.

      If you are outside and forgot to put leave in conditioner with sunscreen in your hair, you can put regular sunscreen in your hair, but make sure you rinse it out with a deep cleansing shampoo when you get home.

      Wear a scarf, hat or cap to protect your hair from the sun but make sure that it’s not so tight that it will restrict circulation in your scalp.


       Limit your use of “hot” items on your hair such as a blow dryers and curling irons.

      If you need to use a “hot” item, use a spray leave in conditioner before using the item on your hair.

      Avoid taking hot showers or washing your hair in hot water, use warm or cool water instead, the heat can dry out and/or damage your hair and skin.

       Fragile When Wet

Binding wet hair into a tight pony is a curly hair care no-no, and can cause split ends in the middle of the hair shaft. Instead, slick wet hair back with conditioner and a little oil or gel. Let it dry loose or use a headband to keep hair off the face. In summer’s hot weather, air-drying is quicker than ever, so enjoy your wash and go’s.

Remember to have a safe summer while maintaining a healthy lifestyle of your hair!



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