7 Common Summer Hair Problems, Solved

Date: 2018-05-22

Summer feels like a long lost dream, it brings lot of warm days, but not always so awesome for your hair. Don’t worry! Here are some of the most common Vietnam hair problems you’re likely to encounter this season, and how to fix them.


The sun is hot and burning so it’s no wonder that spending more time outdoors can quickly suck the moisture out of your hair. Be sure to condition your vietnam hair well every day and opt for a deep conditioning treatment regularly to boost hydration and plump up your strands.


When it’s hot and dry outside, the problem is often worse for anyone with any wave or curl hair . The generally smooth cuticle covering the shaft of healthy hair gets disrupted when the hair shaft absorbs moisture from the air, breaking some of the chemical bonds that keep the hair straight and roughing up the cuticle, taking away shine and smoothness. But using a cream or serum that blocks moisture can help. Products with oils can smooth and hydrate your strands without leaving them sticking out all over the place.


If you have blonde or otherwise lightly colored hair, too much time in the pool can give your tresses a green tinge. Look for a chlorineremoving shampoo and use it often to help remove the color. Rinsing your vietnam hair immediately after leaving the pool can also cut down on the appearance of the green color. You should wearing a swim cap and washing with shampoo and conditioner specifically formulated for swimmers to replace lost moisture.


If you color or highlight your hair, summer can mean more frequent touch ups. Sun, sand and water combine to suck the color out of your tresses. That’s not cool, but there is hope. Use UV filtering hair products to counteract sun damage and wear a hat to protect your vietnam hair from exposure. There are so many fun hats out there so you can mix and match to create fun summer looks that will keep your hair looking fabulous.


We’ve all had those summer days when a daily shower just doesn’t seem like enough. And yet we’ve also heard about how you don’t need to — and maybe shouldn’t — wash your vietnam hair all that often. Because your hair’s natural oils will make your hair healthier and shinier than most products.


The same UV rays that damage your vietnam hair without proper protection. The sun breaks down the bonds , leading to weaker strands and fading color. Wearing a hat and apply a protective hair product can help save your hair.


All of the issues above combine to make it very difficult to create a style you love. Instead of just giving up, try a teased hair extensions ( Tape-in Vietnam hair extensions, ponytail,..) and leaves you looking fresh, no matter how hot it gets outside.

What’s your summertime vietnam hair problem? How do you deal with it?

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