Hair he­roes

We’ve spo­ken enough about the im­por­tance of us­ing the right prod­ucts to ease the hair is­sues that the rains bring. And now, we present to you our picks that make up this per­fect se­lec­tion.

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NOUR­ISH AND PRO­TECT

If the right mois­ture bal­ance, right amount of nour­ish­ment, tam­ing and sun pro­tec­tion is what you’re look­ing for, then Sch­warzkopf BC Brazil­nut Oil Tal­ent 10 should be your go-to prod­uct. It also pro­vides de­tan­gling, smooth­ness and shine ben­e­fits, which are a bless­ing this sea­son.

HHYDRATE

For those un­aware, frizzy hair needs a lot of mois­ture. This can mean tricky busi­ness when you’re afraid of weigh­ing your hair down with prod­uct. But try light­weight op­tions such as this KEVIN.MUR­PHY Hy­drate-Me Masque that’s per­fect to hy­drate, re­pair and seal the cu­ti­cles.

NOT SO KNOTTY

Messy hair is a 2017 favourite, but this doesn’t im­ply a tan­gled mess. Wet hair caught in the wind means two things— knots and hair break­age. Avoid both th­ese by run­ning the Tan­gle Teezer through your hair which al­lows you to de­tan­gle with ease, with­out break­age. The com­pact prod­uct de­sign also means that you can carry it wher­ever you go!

KEEP IT IN PLACE

It’s hard to keep frizz in check through the day and that’s when a good hair­spray comes to the res­cue. Friz­zEase by John Frieda is a favourite when it comes to cre­at­ing a bar­rier against the hu­mid­ity, help­ing com­bat frizz and un­ruly hair per­fectly through the rains.

CLEANSECLEA WELL

The right nour­ish­ment for the scalp is es­sen­tial and so is cleans­ing—so choose sham­poos and con­di­tion­ers such as the RUSK Smooth Ker­atin Care that give you smooth­ness, frizz pro­tec­tion and shine.

TAME

Curly and wavy hair de­mands spe­cial care and the Kéras­tase Dis­ci­pline Curl is ideal for this. This combo takes care of un­ruly hair, mak­ing it look smooth and lustrous. It gives you that soft, frizz-free hair that you’ve al­ways dreamed of!

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