Thursday, May 23, 2019

How To Achieve Summer Hair Goals

"Invest in your hair, it is the crown you never take off."
For a person like me who loves to travel and experience activities in the summer, my hair tends to get dry and lifeless due to sun exposure.
That’s why when it comes to shampoo, I am always on the lookout for something that moisturizes my hair and of course, leave it fresh at the end of the day.
So for today, I would like to share with you some tips on how to achieve summer hair goals:
* Drink Water
When in summer, the weather is quite humid so it is prescribed to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day to keep you dehydrated.
If your body is hydrated well, your hair will follow.
* Ditch Hot Tools
One of the things that dry our hair is using blower/hair iron every day.
Sometimes our hair needs some time to breathe so it's okay if sometimes your hair is unruly.
In this way, your giving a favor for your hair to grow and shine naturally.
* Healthy Living
They say that our hair is our crowning glory which actually true.
Just like on our skin, sometimes our hair reflects on how our lifestyle works.
That's why eating drinking healthy foods are a must and of course, an active lifestyle will add on to it.
* Masking
Just like our skin, our hair also needs some extra pamper time.
That's why using organic hair spa/oils can be beneficial for the hair.
* Keeping Your Hair Clean and Fresh
Since our hair is the most exposed part to the sun, dirt, and sweat, it is recommended to clean it every day.
That's why a shampoo that fits your lifestyle and of course to you would be best.
I am happy that I found New @sunsilkph Naturals Shampoo which comes into two variants such as Coconut Hydration and Watermelon Freshness.
It leaves a #GaanNatural #NaCOCOgil and #PAKWAnderful hair!
Plus it leaves your hair smell so fruity even at first wash!
Try it before you buy at @sampleroomph and let me know what you think about this. ❤️ #SampleRoomPH

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