Q. Sun publicity is excellent in your hair.
“Of course – everything in small quantities,” says Syd Hayes, Hairstylist & Ambassador at L’Oreal Paris. “Vitamin D is so important for hair; it helps with hair growth and our general health. People forget to sunblock their scalp which is one of my big tips. Use a Q tip to help you put sunblock on your parting!”
So there is not any means it may be destructive?
“The perfect summer holiday definitely can be. Sun, salt water and chlorine all can cause damage to hair and the best things to do is prevent this all from happening before you hit the beach or even get to your sun destination,” explains Syd. “Coloured hair including Balayage or even the perfect set of Highlights can be over oxidised in the sun and end up looking brassy dry and damaged.”
Q. You CAN counter those results.
“Yes – deep conditioning mask treatments are great. Botanicals Coriander Strength Cure Shampoo by L’Oreal Paris is epic for strengthening your hair and revitalising the hair from root to tip. Also Kerastase have an amazing spray called Soleil Aqua Seal with UV filters to protect against sun sea and chlorine. Make sure to turn down the heat on your electrical hair tools!”
Q. Using heated equipment damages hair.
Provided the temperature is managed – beneath 185 levels – the wear is minimal. Anything above 185 is thought of as to wreck the keratin inside your hair strands, leading to damaged, useless hair.
Q. Taking dietary supplements isn’t a hoax – they’re excellent for you.
“The new and exciting Hair Pills by Ouai are excellent for both oily & dry hair. Take one of these each day and your hair will look and feel healthier than ever.”
Q. Shampooing your hair on a regular basis is excellent for you.
In common, sure – in case you blank you hair on a regular basis it strips the follicles in their herbal oils, main to cut up ends and boring looking hair. Your scalp too can dry out, inflicting dandruff and hair loss, whilst color fades at a quicker charge when washed on a regular basis.