5 Hacks To Prevent Hair Fall This Summer
Hands up if you find yourself having to chop three inches off your hair when the summer is finally
Well, join the gang. The sun, sweat and extreme heat notoriously damage your hair, and endless
tousling and curling to get those “effortless” beach waves (the irony!), chlorine from the swimming
pools, and not to mention, all the extra washing, towel- and blow-drying for second-day hair only
make things worse!
But, let's face it. We're not going to give up doing these things, which is why I've rounded up some
hacks to prevent the increased hair loss we all experience during the summers. You can easily
incorporate them without giving up your wild child ways.
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You may feel like the goddess of the sea when you wander into the ocean, but you know it’s going
to be a knot-ty, downhill struggle later. We suggest securing your hair with pins and a hair tie, and
donning a swimming cap when you're going for a dip. Those devilishly handsome men playing
water polo won't be there to untangle your locks at the end of the day, Ariel. You're better off sitting
on the sidelines and striking a pose if you're hoping to get his digits while you still have a full head
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It's the season for hats, and fedoras, floppy hats, pillbox hats... we're loving them all! A great way to
protect your hair from the heat, this glamorous accessory is very diva-esque and beachside or
poolside, it can make you look like a star with some cat-eye sunglasses and a scarf.
Deep conditioning keratin treatments, Brazilian blow dries, and hair masks are all your friends
during the summer months. Anything that brings moisture and nourishment back into your hair,
even if it is as simple as a beauty oil, is exactly what you need to treat those dehydrated ends;
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otherwise, they tend to snap right off and leave you with split-ends.
If you want the beach babe look, instead of using tongs and curlers, just apply some volumising
hair mousse and scrunch your locks using your fingers. And then, set with a wide-tooth comb
(never a hair brush).
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To minimise the strands circling your drain, the two places to target include the scalp and the ends,
both of which must be oiled and hydrated. Get to the root of the problem by improving your scalp
health with an oil that penetrates into the pores and makes your base stronger to prevent hair loss.
Styling Tips To Minimise Hair Fall
Say goodbye to the blow dryer and air-dry your locks instead. If you must, use a cold-air
hair dryer for when you're running short on time, or when you're going to an event.
Braids/plaits is probably the best hairstyle for summer. Whether you're working out, at the
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office, or even going to a wedding, you can keep it casual with a regular plait, fancy it up
with a fishtail braid, or make it more functional with pigtail braids. The style can prevent
damage and hair loss, much better than a top-knot bun and those other summer faves.
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