How to Protect Your Hair This Summer

by Madeleine Borgersen

It’s not just the damaging effects of heat styling or colouring you need to protect your locks from. Summer brings with it, it’s own damaging effects to our tresses but luckily we can prevent them with these great tips from Alana Kristian‘s colour specialist, Maeve.

How to Protect Your Hair This Summer

Salt and chlorine from our Summer dips can damage our tresses.

When we think Summer, we think relaxing in the pool, on the beach, or outside with food, drinks and friends all come to our mind. Each of these things, unfortunately, affect the health of our locks.

Kerastase has released a new range specifically targetted to protect and nourish our hair during summer from all the elements, quickly and easily.

1. Use a Sunscreen on your hair too!

Prevent the pre-winter chop by protecting your hair with a hair sunscreen. The Kérastase Soleil Micro-Voile Protecteur is simply sprayed on before going into the sun and reapplied after swimming to keep hair healthy, soft and silky.

Kerastase's Soleil Bain Apres-Soleil

Protect your tresses from UV, salt water and chlorine damage this summer with the Kerastase Soleil range.

2. Rinse out the harsh chemicals

After a dip, always wash your hair! This will prevent chlorine discolouration and will also rid your locks from damaging chemicals or salt. Kerastase’s Soleil Bain Apres-Soleil thoroughly cleanses your hair from any chemicals or excess salt whilst coating the lengths with a UV Protection to protect your hair the next time you head out into the sun.

3. Treat yo tresses

For those of us that might accidentally skip a summer protection step, the Kérastase Masque UV Défense Active is your go-to weekly treatment in the hotter months giving amazing moisture and nourishment to the hair.

The Soleil range is perfect for any hair type, protecting and nourishing your tresses, keeping them supple and shiny by the end of the summer. For the perfect Kerastase experience head to their flagship salon, Alana Kristian.

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