Sun and hair: Protect!
 His face and body are protected from the sun, we have learned, and now is the time to memorize the rules of hair.

Signs of adverse effects on the skin are known. This pigmentation and redness, and burns and freckles ... Once there - we understand that overlooked. And next time try to protect themselves better.

What about the hair? For they also have special signs that they are "overheated in the sun." Many women notice that the hair began to smell differently. This is the first sign. Other most common signs are considered to be dry hair, static electricity. If the hair began to curl - it is also evidence of damage from the sun and the sea water or water from the basin.

Protection: the simple rules:

- Wash your hair with fresh water (if you are at sea). However, this is not enough! Immediately after a shower with fresh water, apply on hair balm or conditioner. Better varieties indelible. If you have a washable product - do not rush to follow the instructions and wash the balm. Let it protects the hair and nourishes them. The hair will be moisturized all the time while you are in the sun, and the heat will be beneficial ingredients more active. You'd be surprised, but at the end of your stay on the beach of the balm will be over!

- Pro hats and scarves all know. One more time: it is the most effective protection against UV rays. If, however, this is not your way - look at the market for the hair, which has a solar filter. These tools must be applied to the hair before you go out in the sun.

 Sun and hair: Protect!
   - For curly hair sun and sea are sometimes a real challenge. Curly hair even more, turning into a "petty demon". Come to the aid serum for hair straightening, which is applied to dry hair.

- Hydration becomes the main task of the summer. This is true for the skin and hair. Sulfates are contained in shampoos - not the best assistants in this. Therefore, for the summer period (or even on vacation) try to give up shampoo with sulfates. These are on the market, though not often meet. It is better if the shampoo is more protein than the sulfates. Avoid hair dryers, hair in the summer and so quickly dry naturally. And buy a leave-in conditioner. It will come in handy on the beach and in everyday life.

- Lock the moisture in the hair. Such an expression is now used stylists. Here's how to do it offer: apply to wet hair oil or cream. This helps seal the cuticle and to retain moisture. Apply these products are better because, first put on the ends, and then work your way to the scalp. Then the excess oil does not appear on the roots of the hair, and will not trigger the sebaceous glands to produce even more fat.

- At least 1 times a week to do moisturizing hair mask, it will improve the condition of the hair in the summer. Apply mask for hair, wear a hat, wait at least 5 minutes to achieve good results.

 Sun and hair: Protect!
1. Mango butter Hair by Klorane, 2. Hair Mask - recovery sun Redken Color Extend Sun After - Sun Mask, 3. Dry oil for the body and hair of cocoa butter from The Body Shop.

- Blondes say they are afraid of chlorinated water and seawater pools. Because hair is green. For girls with dyed hair is also a problem. How to avoid unexpected reactions and not be afraid of the sun and relaxing on the beach? Simple rules:

 Sun and hair: Protect!
  • Wet your hair in the shower before you jump in the pool or sea water. Make sure that the water in the shower - not chlorinated. Otherwise - use a water filter.

  • After showering hair and press apply a conditioner (from the middle to the ends and roots). You do not need a large amount of the air conditioner, the size of a teaspoon.

  • Do not rinse! Better tie your hair in a bun before you dive into the water.

  • Hair like a sponge, so they do not immediately absorb the chlorinated pool water or sea water if they are thoroughly saturated with fresh water and air conditioning. When such protection only thing that can happen is the loss of hair shine, if all the chlorine reaches the cuticle (outer layer). But the color change does not follow.
    Author: Julia Shestakova