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Hair Care Tips During the Summer Season . [Part - II]

 

-: HAIR CARE IN SUMMER :-


 
The sun is literally brighter, the days are longer, and the warm weather is ideal

for just spending time with family and friends or for taking off on sightseeing or shopping jaunts.

Summer days are great for relaxation and recreation.

But, you would want to remember that summer is also a time when different rules of beauty care apply.

 
A considerable rise in temperature and grilling sunrays of summer are as harmful for your healthy hair as they are for your skin.

Exposure to sunlight makes them fragile, dry and dull.

Spilt ends and dandruff are a consequence of dryness, dullness and fragility of hair.

 
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Hair Care Instructions for Summer:


 
1.Avoid Dryer:

 
  •  Blow drying should be avoided during summers, instead air dry hair.

  •  Using a dryer makes hair dry and brittle, often leading to split ends.

  • Electronic aids such as hot irons, hot curlers or straighteners, should not be used to maintain natural moisture and    lustre in hair.

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2.Healthy-hair Diet:

 
  •          Protein-rich diet is considered healthy for hair.

  •          Natural meat, fish and dairy products should be incorporated in a diet to ascertain healthy being of hair.

  •          Risk of scalp disorders such as seborrhea or dandruff can be decreased with reduction of intake of carbohydrates.

  •          Moreover, organic butter and coconut oil must be a part of dietary regimen to lubricate hair.

Summer moisture and the summer sun can be damaging to your hair.

Try these easy home remedies to keep your hair healthy in summer.

 
Neem Paste :

  • A paste of neem leaves is effective in restoring alkaline balance of the scalp and preventing hair fall.

  • Honey and olive oil can also be added to the paste for better results.

Coconut Milk :
  • Coconut milk helps in tissue nourishment for growth and healthy being of hair.

  • Massaging hair with coconut milk makes hair soft without the use of chemical formulations that may have side-effects.

  • Coconut oil should be mixed with equal proportion of Amla oil.

  • Thereafter, the formulation becomes complete with a dash of lemon juice and milk.

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Oil Massage :

  • Oil massages restore the balance and sheen to hair.

  • Massage twice a week with oils in your hair  to replenish hair-nutrition.

  • Use  aloe, almond, olive and coconut olis for massage and healthy hair.

 

Aloe Vera :

  • Massaging with aloe vera juice strengthens hair and adds sheen.

  • Massaging aloe gel to the scalp prevents hair loss, repairs dry hair or infected scalp.

  • Rinse hair with lukewarm water. Massaging twice a week with aloe vera is recommended for hair protection during summer.

 
Summer Hair Care Tips:

 
Here are a few tips for getting through summer while looking as good as you would want to feel.

 
  • Use a mositurizing shampoo that is gentler than your regular shampoo for the summer.

  • Try washing your hair less often; shampooing your hair strips the moisture out of your hair.

 
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  • Use a conditioner on your hair daily.

  • If you want to have natural-looking highlights, just comb a little lemon juice through your hair if you plan on spending a few hours out in the sun.

  • Summer is the right time for that messy bun hairstyle.

  • A slick ponytail can accentuate your features while also getting annoying tendrils of hair out of your way.

  • If you know you are going to be in the sun for a long time Wear a scarf, hat or cap to protect your hair and if you don't want to wear anything on your head, use a leave in conditioner with sunscreen in it before you go out.

 


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