How to Get Sexy Healthy Summer Hair in Six Easy Steps
By Serah on 22 June 2009
It's summer time, and if you can't control your fly-away bits, you want to protect your hair from the sun's harsh UV rays, or you're after beautiful shiny locks, then THS has the tips for you.
Who doesn't want smooth hair anyway? If your hair is fluffy and you just can't control those annoying fly-away bits, then it might be holding in a bit too much moisture. The solution: try a protein treatment that controls the moisture by pushing it out and smoothing down the cuticles. Getting rid of fluffy hair couldn't get any easier.
Be the center of attention this coming season and have the time of your life with a new color that complements your hairstyle. If you're a dark and mysterious type, purple tones will be your best friend. For the blondies out there, pale ash colors and burnt copper tones are fashionable this season. Why just look hot when you could look RED HOT!!
It's hot out there. That means your holiday hair will be exposed to more of the sun's heat, which can dry your locks out and leave them split and looking dull. To keep your hair healthy and to make sure you're getting the best from your color without the frizz, remember to use products with UV filters.
Flat hair is no longer the buzz. The more volume and vibe your hair has, the better. Use mousse to add body and enhance curl, and for shorter cuts, use wax to define the style. This season velcro rollers will also come in handy to create wicked waves and creative curls.
Shiny hair is a must- whether your hair's short, long , blonde or brunette. Be aware though, there's a fine line between shiny and oily. Also, when it comes to using hair product a good rule of thumb is this: less is more because too much will weigh down your hair and make your style look dull.
If you feel you need a change but don't want to lose any length, the benefits of bangs are things you really should consider. If you want to change the outline of your face, go for sweeping side bangs. If you'd like to smooth them out or add fullness, use a small radial brush.