Have you fallen for an ultra-hot blonde balayage? Here's how to preserve it under the sun and the summer heat!
The sun is coming out, hairdressers are open, so the trendy hairstyle season is officially open. Between shadows, highlights, or full discolorations, our hearts balance, but what is certain is that we will fall for the blonde this season. If sporting honey-colored hair is a must for the summer, you still need to know how to properly maintain it. Between the UV of the sun, the heat, or the chlorine of the swimming pool, our blond will be subjected to many tests and only those who have followed our previous advice will emerge victoriously.
What greater satisfaction than emerging from the water like a mermaid with her flamboyant blonde hair. To ward off dryness and false reflections from your blonde all season long, the watchwords are hydration and protection. On a daily basis, your mission will be to ensure that the UV rays from the sun or the chlorine in the swimming pool do not affect your (de) coloring. For this, it is essential to compose your hair beauty kit with the appropriate care. We will opt for blue shampoos, shaping serums, or even ultra-moisturizing creams. To preserve our blond, protective hairstyles will be our allies. Not to be overlooked, hats or scarves, which in addition to being super stylish, offer us quality protection. And for evermore attention, your hairdresser will be your ally. Before and after summer, give your ends a little refreshment by getting rid of your damaged length. Clearly, everyone has the power to show off ultra-hot blonde hair, but each woman has the duty to pamper her like the apple of her eye.
In summer, your blonde will already be subjected to natural heat. To preserve the shine and the health of your hair, leave aside your brushing or straightening.
More than ever, summer is the time to give your blonde hair the right care. To prevent them from turning yellow, use blue shampoos and conditioners.
To preserve the health of your hair and the shine of your blonde, your hairdresser will be your best friend. Before and after summer, cut the ends to get rid of damaged hair.
To protect your blonde from false reflections, wear a scarf or hat in the sun. You will also prevent your hair from becoming completely dry.
The cold water helps to close the cuticles, maintain color, and boost shine, and in addition under heat, it will refresh you.
To protect your hair, apply regular leave-in care during the day. You can opt for oil baths (colorless) to deeply nourish your hair which could be dried out by the sun. Serums are also allies because they help to coat discolored hair, thus protecting it from heat and external factors.
When we have made a discoloration, the chlorine in the swimming pool is often our enemy. We take a dip and poof we come out with green hair. For this, opt for protective care such as cicaflash, this will prevent chlorine from impregnating the hair fiber.
Washing your hair less often is recommended for blondes. In summer, too frequent washing can attack the hair. It is better to focus on care and good hydration to space your shampoos.
Protected hair is well-hydrated hair. Bleached hair is already more prone to dryness, in summer it is necessary to favor treatments rich in moisturizing active ingredients.