When it comes to maintaining healthy and beautiful hair it’s not as complicated as you may think. In fact, what it really boils down to is what you put on your hair including heat and sprays (or lack thereof). If you’ve got curly hair you deal with frizz, manageability and tangles; if you’ve got straight hair you deal with heat, smoothness and body—to name a few. Below we’ve got a few great products to add to your hair regimen.
In order to tame those fly-aways and make your curls smooth and manageable, wash with a curl defining shampoo to start things off right. This TIGI Catwalk Curlesque curl defining shampoo is specially designed to prep and maintain your curls. It uses a sulphate-free formula and is rich is various botanicals which work to put an end to frizz. The cucumber water as well as the sea fennel ingredients make your luscious curls bouncy and beautiful without weighing them down. Simply lather it through your hair and rinse, then follow with your favourite conditioner or try the matching TIGI set.
Whether or not you use straightening tools on your hair it’s crucial that you keep it protected. Applying direct heat of any kind to your hair can damage it if you don’t take the proper precautions. Apply a heat protection spray to wet hair before blow drying, or dry hair before straightening, to give it not only a soft healthy finish, but also to nourish and condition it. Not only will it save your hair from dryness and split ends, it will keep your hair conditioned and shiny.
Make sure to invest in a lightweight hair dryer with high torque power so that you can easily bring it with you when travelling. Travel-size hair dryers don’t always have the same power as full-size ones and nobody wants to spend their entire holiday trying to dry their hair! This Babyliss Powerlite dryer has 6 heat settings as well as a cold shot and comes with a concentrator nozzle for targeting specific areas. To protect your hair from heat damage remember to always hold the blow dryer at least 6 inches away from your head!
Did You Know?
The Largest Bottle of Shampoo measures 4.70×1.54 m and weighs 1045 kg and was produced by Ismail Abu Dawood Trading Co. at Al-Andalus Hyper store of Panda, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on 19 March 2009!