Is Your Hair Suffering In The Humidity?
The British summers are increasingly hot and damp, and the humidity can play havoc with our long tresses. As such, it’s important to develop a plan of action to take care of your self, your skin, and your hair.
There are a number of, and while the salons have reopened, here are some simple tips that can help you manage your frizzy hair!
Keeping your scalp clean at all times is essential. A dirty scalp can lead to more problems such as dandruff and scalp acne. When you wash your hair, use a mild shampoo once or twice a week, followed by the conditioner of your liking.
To avoid the humidity frizz, once you have washed your hair, ensure you use a soft dry towel to squeeze the excess water from your hair. Then let it dry naturally. Avoid using anything that might cause damage to your hair, but if you are struggling to tame it, use a light serum.
The weather can lead to frizzy hair getting tangled, which can lead to breakage and a loss of volume. To avoid this, once your hair is dry, wear it in a simple manner such as a high ponytail, a simple braid, or a neat bun.
At no point should you put your health at risk, but if possible, do get your hair trimmed regularly. Salons should be equipped to ensure they are COVID secure. Trimming will rid you of split ends and the general dryness of your hair.
It’s still advised that we stay at home as much as possible, but we do need to get out for some fresh air and socially distanced catching up with friends is good for our mental health. If you are stepping out, carry an umbrella, and keep your hair dry as much as possible!
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