Your preferred season of the year may be summer. But let’s be honest, it may seriously damage your hair.

Your strands are frequently left dry, dull, and damaged by the time fall arrives due to all of the chlorinated pool dips and hours of sun exposure at the beach. At Open Hair Miami, we want to help you de-stress your hair.

In this article, we’ll learn how to revive your hair after the summer.


Revive Your Hair

If you’re anything like us, you undoubtedly spent the majority of the summer refining your top knot, attempting endless braid styles, or pulling your hair up in a ponytail. We understand that you don’t want your hair to stick to you in the heat and high humidity.

After the summer, you should let your hair down a little more to give your roots and scalp a break from the stress. This will also help your hair to unwind a little.

There are several treatments that we recommend to revive your hair. First, a nourishing acidifier that can be used after chemical procedures that change the hair’s original PH is Phytoca PH Balance. Use Phytoca PH Balance, a nourishing acidifier, after chemical treatments that change the hair’s natural pH. (highlights, hair coloring, and straightening). Your hair color will remain vibrant and durable for up to three more weeks. Second, a potent reconstructor that will ensure strong hydration and reconstruction. Phytoca Oil Penetrate, which is recommended for all hair types, is an intense rebuilder that provides tremendous hydration and reconstruction, anti-aging, and anti-frizz action, as well as softness and natural shine for the hair. Finally, Redken Acidic Bonding Hair Treatment increases the strength and resilience of damaged hair while strengthening the weak hair links for fast, obvious results. Citric Acid, an alpha hydroxy acid found in Redken’s concentrated Bonding Care Complex, is used in this four-step program to strengthen the hair’s frayed ties and increase the strength and resilience of damaged hair for quick, noticeable results.

The Deep Conditioning Treatment

People with particular hair types, such as those with natural hair or locks that have been colored, can experience dry hair. However, deep conditioning treatments will give your hair an extra burst of water and prevent it from feeling and looking like a straw.

Because of this, you ought to use a deep conditioning mask at least once a week. By replenishing the moisture and natural oils that your fibers lost throughout the summer, a top-notch hair mask helps moisturize your hair from the inside out. We all know that a deep conditioner helps to reduce knots and split ends that cause brittle hair and also makes detangling simpler (a wide-tooth comb is helpful here!).

Use Hair Botox Ybera Paris because it is a deep conditioning procedure that coats the fibers of the hair with a filler, like keratin. To make the hair appear fuller and more lustrous, the treatment fills in any broken or thin areas on each hair strand (shiny). By weakening the hair strand and chemically changing the texture, it lessens the curl.

After getting out of the shower, apply a leave-in conditioner to your hair if it is particularly dry. Use a leave-in conditioner on damp or dry hair to prevent frizz.

Use a Heat Protectant

There is always a blow dryer, curling iron, flat iron, or other styling tool required for cute summer hairstyles. However, the harm these heated tools cause to your poor curls is what they all have in common.

Always use a heat protectant before blow-drying, curling, or straightening your mane to lessen the effects of heat damage. We suggest Redken Extreme Play Safe is a hair heat shield that fortifies your hair while shielding it from heat. Anyone who frequently uses heat to style their hair should use this product (blow dryers, flat irons, curling irons). It is a leave-in conditioner and multi-benefit treatment that shields your hair from heat, fixes existing damage, and noticeably lessens the visibility of split ends. This treatment strengthens hair fibers for 28% less breakage, decreases the appearance of split ends by 70%, and protects hair from heat up to 450 degrees. It also helps prevent split ends.

Bye-bye, Damaged Hair!

It does require a lot of work to repair damaged hair after the summer. However, the effort is very worthwhile. These adjustments to your hair care routine, such as growing out your hair color and diligently using a heat protectant, literally signify life or death for your strands. Have no fear! Open Hair Miami is here to rescue your hair! Get the best hair care in Miami!

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