No Need to Hide Behind a Hat Till October
I think it’s safe to say that summer has officially arrived . . . and along with the glorious rays of sunshine come faded hair color and brittle ends. Two total hair disasters. What can you do about this? Lucky for you, I have a few shiny hair tricks up my sleeve.
A Glossing Glaze
The harsh UV rays emitted from the sun will take brunettes from brilliant to blah and reds from radiant to ravaged. With the help of an ultra-glossing demi-permanent glaze service at your local salon they can take your dull strands from drab to fab in as little as 20 min! The best thing about the glaze is the fact that it is ammonia free causing no damage to your hair.
The ultra-glossing formula imparts an unprecedented shine that is noticeable on any hair condition or hair color. Don’t worry all you women out there with fine hair, this service will not leave your mane looking greasy or weighed down! This service is best suited for someone seeking an intense healthy looking shiny hair.
When it comes to all you beautiful blondes out there, prevention is the key. Those awful UV rays can damage your delicate hair almost instantly. Before you step out into the sun, lightly spray your hair with Living Proofs Restore Revitalizing Spray. This ultra-lightweight spray not only protects from heat and UV rays, but also instantly leaves hair feeling smooth and polished!
After Sun Mask
My final magical shiny hair product that I have to recommend is designed to soothe the hair after a long day in the sun. The After Sun Daily Mask by Fekkai is a guaranteed way to refresh and moisturize your sun-parched tresses, not to mention the super enriched formula helps to prevent your beautiful color from fading by protecting it from UV rays.
I propose that we take a stand this summer! Let us take back our hair from the grasp of UV rays! We can and we will have healthy shiny hair!
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