With all of the things we put our hair through this day and age, it just makes good sense to make protection the first step in our hair care routine. Whether you love a good heat styling tool or you're a runner, for instance, and expose your hair to the sun a lot, your mane goes through the ringer and you could prevent further damage by first protecting it!
1. An easy way to get protection AND moisturization is to use a leave-in conditioner like Rene Furturer Paris Carthame Moisturizing Leave-In Conditioner, that has UV filters. You will protect your hair from the sun's rays and prevent further damage that can lead to your tresses being dry and brittle!
2. Going for a swim? Coat your hair with a treatment like Dove Pure Care Dry Oil Nourishing Treatment with African Macadamia Oil before you go in the water to prevent the chlorine or salt from drying out your hair.
3. Want your hair to look great WHILE you're treating it? Try a shine inducing spray that also offers UV protection like Sebastian Halo Mist available at Loxa Beauty. What girl doesn't want super shiny hair? I know this girl does! And living in Florida, means I have to be diligent about protecting my colored hair, so I'm all about a mulit-purpose product that offers protection AND amps up the shine factor.
4. And I always love introducing new lines to you when I come across them. Long by Valery Joseph is a line filled with the "Smart" Keratin Protein that self adjusts and attracts the Keratin to damaged areas of your hair adding extra treatment to the areas that most need it.
So, is protection part of your hair care routine now lovelies? And after you link up your own beauty posts below, ead over to our Beauty Buzz partners, Janise of Mama in Heels, Jo-Lynne of Musings of Housewife and Alison of Sassy Moms in the City.
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