Beach weather is finally here! And, as much as we love the beach, it can leave our hair not looking and feeling it’s best. We’ve put together our beach hair care guide for the essential tips to maintain gorgeous and healthy locks <3
BEACH HAIR CARE
TIP #1 – RINSE YOUR HAIR! One of the main causes of dry, damaged feeling hair is salt water. Especially in combination with the summer sun! After swimming, always be sure to rinse your hair with fresh water. This tip is super important for your gals who wear tape hair extensions! Rinsing out salt water will say goodbye to crunchy, dry feeling hair.
TIP #2 – LEAVE IN CONDITIONER! Definitely our favourite beach hair care product is a good leave in conditioner. If you don’t have one on hand, simply dilute your normal conditioner with some water and store in a cute little spray bottle. Keep this summer essential in your beach bag – this baby will come in hand after swimming! Spritz throughout your hair after rinsing to leave the beach with the silkiest locks.
TIP #4 – PROTECT FROM UV RAYS! As much as we love the sun in spring and summer, we can’t dismiss the damage it can do. Much like our skin, the UV rays can be seriously damaging on our hair. Opt for shampoo & conditioners or serums that have UV protectant properties. This will help keep your locks healthy at the beach, so you can lay in the sun for longer without worry!
TIP #5 – COVER UP! Following up from our previous beach hair care tip, provide extra protection with a cute summer hat. Not only is this the perfect summer accessory, it’ll aid in protecting your hair from those harsh summer rays.
TIP #6 – HAIR OILS! Argan/hair oils are a godsend product for the beach months. Along with keeping your locks super shiny, moisturizing hair oils help to nourish your hair after a day at the beach. It’s also the perfect product to fight frizz! Simply smooth over an argon oil over the lengths of your hair for healthy, shiny beach locks.
We hope this tips & tricks for beach hair care help keep your locks looking and feeling amazing. Do you have any beach hair care advice we may have missed? Let us know!