S.O.S. For Summer Hair

Before Venturing Out to the Beach/Pool/Picnic, Check Out
These Helpful Tips from the Hair Experts at Hotheads:

S.O.S. For Summer Hair

We spend a small fortune on our hair, but did you know a few days in the sun can create a downhill spiral with all the sun, salt and sand? The experts at Hotheads, the premier hairbrush line developed by stylists with over 50 years of experience of addressing a variety of haircare needs, share their tips on how to help your hair survive summer.


4 Hair Tips for Surviving the Summer:

1. Look for UV inhibitors in all of your leave-in hair products. Apply to damp or dry hair. These are the most effective at preventing damage;

2. Wear a hat – especially when you’re anticipating a full day of outdoor activities where shade will be scarce;

3. If you’re planning on swimming in a pool remember to dampen hair before taking a dip – even if you are wearing a bathing cap – as this will help prevent any chemicals in the pool from absorbing into the hair. When showering after the pool, if there is no time to shampoo with a shampoo that removes chlorine or other minerals, rinse hair well. This will at least remove some of the surface chlorine or other minerals deposited on the hair;

4. In your beach bag, you should carry your sunscreen, but also the Mini G – Hotheads’ palm-sized, compact hairbrush. It’s the perfect little brush to distribute your leave-in products before heading out into the sun. Great for detangling after a swim, the Mini G also helps remove sand debris from the scalp and hair. Finishing your day at the beach using the Mini G will reduce frizz and help create the perfect ponytail.

For more helpful tips, visit HotheadsHairbrush.com


Happy Styling!

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6 thoughts on “S.O.S. For Summer Hair”

  1. I always use a floppy hat when I’m in the sun. Once my hair started thinning, I don’t want my scalp to burn.

  2. Linda Szymoniak

    All three of my daughters and I have long hair, and during summer it’s especially difficult to keep it looking good. Thanks for the tips!

  3. Love your tips, the one about the hat is great! My tip, is not only only to dampen my hair before I wear a swim cap, but to apply a deep conditioner or hair masque under the cap. This way, I am getting a good conditioning treatment while I swim!

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