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Hair’s to summer


Intense heat and UV rays have the ability to sap your strands of moisture, shine, movement and colour. Treat your hair like you treat your skin this summer


TOP TIPS FOR SUMMER HAIR


LAYER UP


If you are going for a swim in the pool or ocean, apply a thin layer of coconut oil or conditioner in your hair before jumping in to protect it. The silicones in the conditioner will keep chlorine and other chemicals away from your hair.


AVOID SHAMPOOING


If your hair gets easily greasy and sweaty and you feel the need to shampoo every day, choose a mild shampoo. Focus on cleansing the scalp and not your hair.


S


ummer is in full swing, the sun is shining and the advertising gurus swamp us with


a plethora of skin care products to protect us from the harmful UVA and UVB rays. But, what about those long flowing locks you ladies spend so much money on?


Shouldn’t you be protecting your hair from the harmful effects of the sun, heat, salt water and humidity?


By now, you don’t need anyone to tell you about the importance of sunscreen. Without it, you’re susceptible to an increased risk of sunburn (ouch), visible aging (no thank you), and skin cancer (scary). But there’s still one area you probably neglect: the top of your head. The skin on your scalp is prone to sunburn just like the rest of your body and should be treated with the


same degree of respect. Just because you’re lucky enough to have a good head of hair, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re protected.


Not only does stepping out sans UV protection leave you susceptible to burning and the connected negative effects, but it can also lead to hair loss, oxidation, and breakage. Your hair could get dry and brittle and burning the scalp can also cause damage to the follicle and potential hair loss…boys.


Plus, that perfect shade you achieved at the salon could look completely different after a day in the sun. Colour-treated hair has a higher chance of fading, as the colour molecules are more delicate and sun exposure will cause them to oxidize and fade.You pay enough to achieve your desired colour so remember to protect it.


DEEP CONDITION


Prepare your hair for summer by using an overnight hair


treatment. All you need to do is apply a leave-in conditioner from roots to ends and wrap a


towel around your hair – leave it in overnight and wake up in the morning with soft, smooth hair.


LOCK IN MOISTURE


Sun exposure, salt water and sweat can pull moisture from


your strands, leaving them dry and prone to breakage. To avoid this, start with wearing a nice wide brimmed hat. This will


help keep the sun’s rays off your hair, thus protecting your hair


HOME REMEDIES


Try one of these home remedies to nourish and protect your hair


• Bananas and olive oil nourish the hair


• Eggs replenish the proteins lost due to sun damage


• Honey moisturises hair


• Mayonnaise acts as a natural conditioner


• Beer and vinegar add shine and bounce


• Strawberries and aloe vera help repair dry and damaged hair


Deep conditioning mask to bring back moisture and shine


Ingredients 1 cup mayonnaise (room temperature) ½ cup olive oil 3 egg yolks


Method Mix everything in a bowl and apply to your hair, especially the ends


If you can, wrap your hair in a towel and leave on for about 20 minutes


Rinse out using plain water DRINK THE RIGHT STUFF


Water is your BFF. While you may be doing all of the above to protect your hair from the sun, if you’re not drinking enough


water, you’re not going to achieve anything. Your hair and your skin will benefit immensely from the amount of extra fluids. So opt for


cooling liquids and fresh fruits and vegetables that will help keep your hair healthy and hydrated.


from dryness and preserving the colour (with the added bonus of protecting your skin!)


102 | SUMMER 2019 | ONBOARD


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