Health & Fit Hair: 3 steps to take care of it with the sun
Hair stylists on best products for natural hair
Find the best cleansers, styling products and treatments for your natural hair.But once you nail the process, you may find that your natural style is preferable to a style fixed with heat and heavy products. To help take some of the guesswork out of your own journey, we asked three professional hairstylists about their favorite products for natural hair. Below we offer up their tips to cleanse, style and treat your hair at home.
Here is summer, here is summer, the song said. This is summer, and this is also what it brings with it: the sun. For many, it is synonymous with heat, vacation, swimming pool, in short, happiness! But for others, it is also a vector of poor hair health. And yes, far from us the idea of being carriers of bad waves, the sun's rays have this annoying tendency to damage the hair, especially if we do not take care of it. The Lucette team, your online beauty advisers, has thought of everything and gives you three things to do to take care of your hair despite the sun.
Maintain it regularly
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We will never stop saying it: having healthy and shiny hair is a daily job! And yes, in the summer more than ever, hair health should be taken very seriously. This is the reason why after each exposure to the sun, it is essential to take a moment for yourself, in order to apply a nourishing treatment. A gesture that will allow the fiber to remain as structured as possible, and the hair to keep its shine. And among the best hair care products for the summer, we find. With its scent like a promise of escape, this product naturally nourishes and soothes the hair fiber. Leave on as a mask for 30 minutes, this oil is also suitable for the skin, a winning combo to put in the suitcase!
Nourish them deeply
From time to time, a more thorough treatment is sometimes welcome. Because no matter how much you maintain your hair, between sea salt, pool chlorine and ambient heat, the latter can still suffer from a lack of hydration. This is the reason why some products are perfectly suited to these needs, such as the Hair Food Banana. To be used as a mask, detangling treatment or conditioner, this product has a greedy but never heady smell, and a texture immediately absorbed by the hair. A real gift to give him in this summer season!
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You won’t look like a hot mess, promise.Just a heads up, though: You want your hair to be slightly damp for these looks (so, either towel-dry your hair or wet it down with a spray bottle). But know that the wetter your hair is when you start, the longer each look will take to dry and "set," BUT the better your hair will actually hold the style.
Help them repair themselves
After the summer, and despite all the precautions that have been taken, the hair fiber may take some time to readjust to changes in temperature, or even climate. It may therefore be interesting to help him restructure. How? 'Or' What ? Thanks to food supplements in capsules, but not just any! D-labis ideal, for the simple reason that, as the name suggests, it is made from natural keratin. When we know that the hair itself is made up of 97% keratin, it seems that we have everything here to restore the health of the fiber, in addition to a shine to die for. Like what, even in summer, everything is possible!
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We asked women with a range of hair textures for the advice they swear by.But if you prefer a sleeker look, are looking for ways to decrease damage and get more healthy hair overall, or find flyaways to be personally annoying, we get that frizz isn't everyone's jam—especially when it's not intentional. For those days, we gathered intel from 14 women with various hair textures who always leave us wondering how their hair looks so incredible. Read on for the frizzy hair tips and tricks they swear by.