7 The Hair Sins Of Sum­mer

With sun comes hair stress. Here are the most com­mon sum­mer hair com­plaints and how to fix themé

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1. Split ends Coconut oil, honey and vi­ta­min b make Duck & Dry In­stant TLC Leave-in Con­di­tioner, £17, per­fect for dam­aged ends. Use dur­ing the day or spray be­fore bed and leave on overnight to buy you time be­fore your next trim. 2. frizz Hair gets frizzy in the heat be­cause mois­ture in the air (aka hu­mid­ity) gets in­side the cu­ti­cles. a few sprays of OGX Ar­gan Oil Of Morocco Weight­less Dry Oil, £6.99, will put pouffy hair to rest. Run it through damp hair be­fore styling and use as the fi­nal step in your rou­tine to smooth locks. 3. dam­age BC Sun Pro­tect Shim­mer Oil, £13.25, is the next best thing to wear­ing a hat. The wa­ter­proof oil works like an shield, pro­tect­ing from-uv-dam­age. Use be­fore you hit the beach. 4. dull­ness When it comes to get­ting glossy locks, sand, sweat and prod­uct build-up are all against you. Wash your hair with Red­ken Hair Cleans­ing Cream Sham­poo, £14.50, to rid it of any residue. 5. limp locks Straight strands need a lit­tle help­ing hand with the beach babe look. Orig­i­nal & Min­eral Surf Bomb Sea Salt Spray, £22, is your se­cret weapon for get­ting that sexy Cal­i­for­nian-surfer-babe tex­ture. 6. Dry­ness We wouldn’t dream of go­ing on hols with­out pack­ing Philip Kings­ley Coconut Breeze Elas­ti­cizer, £19.50, pre-sham­poo treat­ment. it brings life back to bro­ken, un­ruly hair by in­ject­ing mois­ture into parched locks, leav­ing shiner, more man­age­able strands in their place. Plus it’s avail­able in a new sum­mer scent. 7. Brassi­ness blon­des might claim to have more fun, but they also have to look af­ter their hair more come sum­mer. bleach is ac­ti­vated by the sun, which means high­lighted ar­eas will get lighter. Great if you’re look­ing to amp up the blonde; not so great if you want it to stay cool-toned. Phil Smith Bomb Shell Blonde Ra­di­ance In­ten­sive Treat­ment, £3.50, nour­ishes and bright­ens.

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