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How to protect your frizzy and curly hair during the summer?

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As you know, UV rays on the skin affect the quality of it. We keep telling you, prefer 50-index creams like My Solar Fluid from the SUN’OYA range. Well, did you know that your hair needs protection too ?

The sea, the sand, the sun, the pool… all of these factors affect the quality of your hair during the summer. So even if you try to run away from Mister Sun, it is important to prevent the dryness of your beautiful hair. In fact, too much exposure will make them very dry, break and have trouble growing.
And if you want to avoid the haircut box, it’s time to adopt the right gestures right now Ladies and gentlemen.

Like your skin, your hair needs to be moisturized and protected. If you are preparing for long-term exposure, draw your solar spray and apply it regularly.Jojoba and coconut oil are also well adapted thanks to their fluidity and are a more economical and natural solution.Apply to lengths and tips.You are assured that with this method, your hair will be nourished in depth and protected by UV rays.

If you live in a country where Mister Sun is present almost all year round, consider moving around with a hat, a cap or a scarf . 1 to 2 times a week, it is highly recommended to make an oil bath and/or a mask. Put on your hair for a few hours or a whole night vegetable oil that you will apply to all your hair (length, tips and even at the root). Be careful, if you want to put the oil on overnight, remember to protect your sheets by putting a satin scarf on your head.

Finally, it is important to read the labels of your hair products by avoiding shampoos and masks containing alcohol, sulfate or silicone that can damage the quality of hair in the long term.

You’ll understand, taking care of your cloud crown takes almost as much attention as your skin does, but once the reflex is taken, it becomes natural. Get right now a shiny, nourished, voluminous and full of life hair !

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