Hair Tip: Sun Protection For Hair
Keep your hair happy and healthy this summer with Aveda’s top tips on sun protection for hair.
Long trusted brand, Aveda are at the forefront of the beauty industry, blending together nature’s finest ingredients with the latest technology and research. So who better to ask for some top tips on how to keep your hair protected, healthy and looking great in the sun this summer?
The Aveda sun hair care range protects hair for up to 16 hours so you can sit back, relax and enjoy the sunshine. The hardworking range also helps to cleanse the hair from damaging salt and chlorine, as well as helping to restore its healthy, glossy appearance. Packed full of botanicals and free from the harsh chemicals usually found in sun care products; this is one destined for your holiday wish list.
In three easy steps using three fuss free products, here’s how to protect your hair in the sunshine this summer.
Step 1: Cleanse
After a day on the beach or by the pool gently remove chlorine and salt from your hair (and your skin) with Aveda Sun Care Hair and Body Cleanser. Blending together tamanu oil, organic coconut oil, green tea extract and vitamin E; this product not only works wonders on the health of your hair but makes it smell great too.
Aveda Sun Care Hair and Body Cleanser 250ml is priced at £16.
Step 2: Protect
Pop Aveda Sun Care Protective Hair Veil in your beach bag to ensure your hair doesn’t fade, become damaged or dry. Spray on dry or damp hair before you step out into the sunshine, style as normal and top up if you take a dip in the pool. Packed with UVA/UVB and natural oils, this is a real holiday hero product.
Aveda Sun Care Protective Hair Veil 100ml is priced at £19.
Step 3: Restore
Even after a long day on the beach you can have glossy, healthy looking locks before you hit the bar. Use Aveda Sun Care After-Sun Hair Masque after shampooing and let the hardworking products work their magic. It’ll leave your hair smelly gloriously fresh too.
Aveda Sun Care After-Sun Hair Masque 125ml is priced at £17.