Hair Color Protecting Techniques-Create A Shield

Planning to hit the beach this summer? Want to enjoy the new season with cool tinge of color to make your summers more vibrant? But wait! With all your plans being marked, what about your mane? You would not want to enjoy your free time at the cost of perfectly highlighted tresses. You would not want your bleach blond to turn brassy during the summer. Exposure to sun will damage your hair as it as ultraviolet rays. Although the sun’s ultraviolet rays can damage hair year-round, they are more direct in the summer and can intensify the damage. So, if you want to bask around in the golden rays you need to protect your hair from getting dry, frizzy and faded out. Using right color protecting techniques can help you protect your silky locks from damage.

Shield Shampoo

With the start of summers or through mid-spring switch to a shampoo that protects against UV rays of the sun and protects color. These shield shampoos will be labelled with UV filter or UV shield or simply UV/UVA shield and may contain aloe Vera or natural flower seeds oil for long lasting moisture and damage repair features along with color protection. Shampooing once a day with color protecting shampoo helps build up a protective layer on your hair. it is advisable to use these products year-round if you live in a sunny climate.

Shield Shampoo Color Protecting Sshampoo

Layering Up The Locks

If you plan to hit the beach or you are laying out at the pool or you simply want to go out to show some athletic skills, add some extra protection layer. Apply a light layer of leave-in spray or leave in conditioner cream that added protection from environmental hazards. Apply these products on slightly wet hair as well.

 Leave-in Spray & Leave-in Cream

Use Hats and Scarves

One of the best ways to prevent color from fading is covering up the hair. Take a big, floppy-brimmed beach hat and reduce your hair to be exposed to the sun. Use a hat that suits your beach style or a simple fabric bandana to protect your hair from harsh rays. Combine hats and scarves with ultraviolet protectant sprays for the highest level of protection. You can add flair to your beach style in number of ways from protectant spays to cool hats and scarves, whatever suits you best.

Re-hydrate to Revitalize

After-sun masks are amazing, apply at least once a week or after full day outdoors in order to maintain moisture and soothe out cuticles. When exposed to sunlight, UV rays dry out strands and roughen up the cuticles which in result dulls your hair color. Naturals ingredients in these products can help correct sun damage. Simply apply a product to freshly shampooed hair and work it through using a wide-toothed comb.