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How To Keep Dry And Damaged Hair Away In Summer

During the summer we tend to spend a lot of time outside. Time in the sun, sand, and sea. This exposes your hair to heat, wind, salt, and chlorine. All of which can do a number on hair, drying it out and causing breakage and split ends which makes deep conditioning a summer hair care must.

So if you’re spending so much time outside and having fun how can you fit in some deep conditioning to keep your hair from becoming dry and damaged? Here are three ways you can:

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1. If you’re not hitting the water, but lounging in the shade by the pool or ocean side you can use that time to deep condition.

To do this, grab your favorite deep conditioner, comb it through your hair, put your hair up in a bun, and let the heat of the day work with your deep conditioner.

2. For those who will be spending some time in the water, your deep conditioner can also double as a hair protectant. When your hair strands are full or saturated with good moisture before you hit the water they soak up less chlorinated and salt water. This can help keep your hair from drying out.

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3. Deep condition before you shampoo while you’re working out, running errands, or doing yard work. The body heat you’re generating will help your deep conditioner really penetrate and do what it does best.

In the event that your deep conditioner is visible in your hair and you don’t want people to see that, you can sport a nice scarf or head wrap. 

Have you ever tried deep conditioning your hair this way?

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