Humid Climate Hair Extension Care
We long for summer all year round, dreaming of our new outfits, sipping cocktails on holiday in the sun, and being a bit more creative with some summer hairstyles, however, one thing many of us tend to forget (or block out altogether) is the havoc this type of weather plays on our hair.
Some are fortunate and have the type of hair that works in all climates; however, for the majority of us, hot weather equals humidity which means unmanageable puffy hair.
This year, however, is the year you will stop fitting your hair during the summer months, and learn how to adapt your hair to this type of weather.
It is important to remember that what may work for some may not work for another; therefore you may only need to take a couple of these tips on board to manage your tresses, or you may need to do them all, trial and error is the key to successfully maintaining your hair extensions in humid weather.
Choosing the right shampoo for you
You want to choose products that are made to smooth and hydrate your hair; thus any listed as ‘frizz control and “moisturising” are going to work really well for your hair in humid weather.
After a day in the humid weather, you will need to take some time to rehydrate and moisturise your hair ready for battle again the next day. Luckily, Jadore online hair extensions moisture hydrating mask can help to replenish your moisture levels, and also prepare your hair so that it is not as much hard work the following day.
Prep your hair
Make sure that ahead of the summer weather you get a good haircut to lose any of those split ends. You will want to opt for a style that suits your face shape, but that also works for the summer and your hair texture. Blunt long haircuts help to weigh down the hair and prevent frizziness, whereas a choppy layered haircut may lead to your hair puffing up.
Drying your hair
The way in which you dry your hair on a humid day can have an impact on how well your hair does throughout the day. By blow-drying your hair intensely in the morning you will be removing lots of the moisture from your hair causing it to become more frizzy, therefore try to either dry your hair naturally or slowly to prevent this from happening. Always have the air blowing down the hair shaft, not against it, and try to pat or squeeze your hair with your towel rather than rubbing it.
By following some or all of these top tips, you should find that this summer you finally win the war against frizzy hair, and can keep your hair tamed and manageable even on the most humid of days.