7. Less of blow-dryer is best
Try not to use the blow-dryer so often in the summer; your hair is getting enough heat already. After shampooing, gently towel-dry your hair instead and let the summer warmth do the rest. Also avoid using hot water when you shampoo your locks, as it can dry out your tresses.
8. Shampoo your hair more frequently, but use a gentle shampoo or use natural ingredients from your kitchen
You will produce more sweat and oils in your scalp in the summer, so if you have naturally oily hair, then you may need to shampoo every other day or even more often. Use a gentle, natural shampoo and remember that, even with oily hair, you might still need to apply conditioner to the ends of your hair to stop them from splitting and drying out. Did you know that you can shampoo your hair with eggs, yogurt or baking soda? Here is a couple of easy recipes of natural shampoos:
– Mix 3 egg yolks with a tablespoon of sweet almond oil and gently massage your scalp and hair with it, then rinse away and condition as usual.
– Mix one cup of plain yogurt with two egg yolks to obtain a smooth paste, then wash your hair with it, just as you would do with your regular shampoo; rinse off and condition.….READ MORE ON THE NEXT PAGE