Beauty and Lifestyle Expert Emma-Charlotte Bangay tells readers how to keep their summer hairstyle looking good. She forecasts this summer’s style in her article HOT HAIR TIPS YOU NEED THIS SUMMER.
If you like to change it up, then you may choose:
- The Blush Blonde (AKA Rose Gold)
- The Impressionist Blonde
- The Bohemian Brunette
- or even the New Age Balayage
One thing is certain, if you go swimming keeping your newly-styled locks looking good will be a top priority.
Bangay gives her swimming tip, “Always rinse your hair post swimming,especially in a pool. And if you are doing prolonged lap swimming, wet your hair first and add a leave-in conditioner to it before putting on your swim cap on and diving in. This will prevent the chlorine ‘grabbing’ to the dry, porous hair shaft. If hair is wet and heavily conditioned, it will help minimize the absorption of chlorine.”
Bangay’s advice is good, but experienced swimmers know how hard it is to keep the chlorine from damaging your hair.
Don’t worry, protecting and maintaining your new style is easier than ever with Goodbye Chlorine hair conditioner. Our conditioner releases and removes chlorine. It also restores moisture to hair that has been damaged by chlorine.
In addition, we also caution using clarifying shampoos after swimming. The reason is that clarifying shampoos leave your hair crunchy and brittle because they strip your hair of chlorine, minerals (and everything else). Our conditioner is different.
Our conditioner uses Vitamin C to neutralize chlorine, heaps of oil (including olive oil) to hydrate your hair, and clay to gently remove any impurities left behind. It’s the one product we recommend you use after swimming. It’s an all-in-one product for swimmer’s hair.
We recommend swimmers use the conditioner during every shower.