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5 Ways to Protect Your Hair at the Beach Plus Giveaway Contest at the End

May 21, 2014





Is anybody else counting down the days for summer 2014 to begin? I know that I am. I enjoy being outdoors with friends, at the beach, going for a swim, picnicking by the lake and all fun things like that! Even though we all love the hot sun and weather, our hair really doesn’t. The sun, chlorine, sea salt and hot breeze are some things that leave our hair miserable. Here are some ways to protect your hair at the beach.

The secret is to choose the right brush

We’re all aware of the knots and tangles in our hair after a gorgeous swim at the beach. I personally recommend Glide Thru Detangling Brush by Crave Naturals. This is a brush that can be used on wet or dry hair, meaning it’s great to use after a swim. It simply glides through your hair without breakage and pulling.

Review: “I really like the fact that this brush gets all of my tangles and knots out and its virtually pain free, unlike other brushes that have bristles all the same size and the hair gets all tangled up and gets ripped out, this brush has wonderful bristles that gently grip my hair and detangle every bit of it. I love it and so does my daughter now I no longer have to attempt to brush her hair she lets me do it with this brush and she also gets a nice scalp massage out of the deal as well.” D.L, April 4, 2014

Detangling Spray

You can either buy a detangling spray or what I usually prefer and recommend is that you create your own sprayer. You will need an empty spray bottle, 2-3 tbsp. regular conditioner, hot (not boiling) water and any essential oil of your choice. Add the conditioner first and then all the other elements. Shake the bottle and you’ve immediately made your very own DIY detangling spray.


Wear a hat

Not only will you be protecting your hair from the sun, but you’ll also be with style. There are many fashionable hats that will go great with your swimsuit.

Rinse your hair

Most beaches and pools have public showers where you can head to before or after your swim. I recommend rinsing your hair after you’ve gone for a swim. It rinses off all the salt water, leaving your hair healthy and smooth.

Tie your hair into a ponytail or bun

All hair types should apply conditioner to dry hair and pull your hair into a bun or ponytail. What the conditioner does is, it moisturizes your hair, making it difficult for sea salt or chlorine to penetrate your strands. 




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