By: Shereen Gaber
Admit it, one of the reasons girls have a love-hate relationship with summer is because they have no idea what to do with their hair. Too dry or too frizzy, remember Monica from Friends? Yeah, it’s a problem. But don’t worry, we have you covered! Here are a few tips and products to help you keep your hair in top shape and looking gorgeous all summer long!
1. Bobby Pins are Your Best Friends
Bobby pins are now considered accessories and not something that you need to hide. If your hair won’t stay in place, get a few bobby pins, spray them with hair spray and pin away. It looks cute and your hair won’t budge for the rest of the day!
2. Avoid Heat
Summer is already hot as it is, especially in Egypt, so there’s no need to add the extra heat. Avoid straighteners and curling wands.
3. Deep Condition Frequently
Remember that deep conditioning your hair is super important especially in summer since it’ll need the extra moisture. Be sure to do this at least twice a month to keep your hair soft.
4. OGX’s Argan Oil Curling Perfection
This cream is amazing for helping to keep curly or wavy hair under control. It limits frizz and defines curls. Just use it on wet hair after you shower. Plus, it smells amazing!
5. Revlon Uniq One
This is a 10 in 1 product! It’s famous for its out of this world detangling capabilities! No more annoying knots. Use it on wet hair and see how your brush just slips though your hair like butter! Perfect product to use all summer!
6. Lush R&B Moisturizer
This is one amazing product if you know how to use it. Even though it’s a leave in conditioner, some people use it as a mask as well. It locks in moisture and helps define curls too. Do we need anything more?
7. Pure Jojoba Oil
Pure oils do wonder for hair; they keep it nourished and help repair damaged hair. Jojoba oil is suitable for all hair types!
8. Minimize Pool and Sea Damage
You can either tie your hair up in a bun so it won’t get soaked with water or saturate your hair with your favorite oil or serum then wet it in the shower before jumping into the pool or sea.