HOW TO REHAB POST-BEACH HAIR LIKE A PRO SURFER

ELLE (Australia) - - Beauty -

Five ways Laura En­ever saves her strands from the ef­fects of sun, salt and sand

1. SWEAR BY CON­DI­TIONER

“Even if I’m just go­ing for a quick swim, hav­ing leavein con­di­tioner in my beach bag is a must. It al­ways saves my hair – some­times I ap­ply it be­fore I go in, too.”

2. INVEST IN A GOOD BRUSH

“My favourite brush is a Tan­gle Teezer [$29.95, tan­gle-teezer.com.au]. I brush my hair only when it’s wet and has leave-in con­di­tioner mas­saged through it.”

3. NEVER SLEEP WITH SALTY HAIR

“The longer my hair is salty, the drier and more da­m­aged it gets, so I al­ways rinse it af­ter I’ve been in the ocean.”

4. MAKE TIME FOR A MASK

“Weekly treat­ments are es­sen­tial for me – they help the con­di­tion of my hair enor­mously.”

5. LET YOUR HAIR LOOSE

“I rarely use hair ties – it seems crazy, but I find that they can break and dam­age my hair. I never tie my hair up in the surf un­less the waves are re­ally big.”

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