The summer time is here in full effect and the temperatures are beginning to rise. This means a lot for your natural curls because a change in weather, might mean a change in routine for some.
No matter your texture or hair type, you will want to use these tips to keep your hair healthy this summer.
In this post, you’ll receive three ways to make sure your hair stays popping, even in the hot, humid weather.
It is so important to stay hydrated, always, but especially when the weather starts to get warmer out. Depending on how active you are, you will sweat more and lose more fluids faster. This will directly affect the health of your hair if you are not replacing this moisture from the inside out.
Water provides your hair and body with vital nutrients that will promote hair growth and keep your scalp healthy. It is recommended that we get at least 6-8 glasses a day.
If drinking 6-8 glasses a day is difficult for you, we recommend you to start off with a smaller amount and then gradually increase your intake, as time goes on.
In no time, you will be consuming way more than 6-8 glasses, effortlessly.
2. Maintain Your Hair Care Routine
If ever it is important to have a set hair routine, it is in the winter and summer months when the weather is the harshest.
It is recommended that you wash your hair at least once a week and re-moisturize midweek. You may have to moisturize more frequently because of how dry our hair can get from being in humid weather.
Check out our Wash n' Dry method below if you do not already have a set routine for yourself!
In addition to using your Mango Moringa Moisture Max system this summer for full and maximum hydration, find a product with UV filters.
Just as you use a heat protectant when you blow dryer or straighten your hair, you should treat the rays from the sun the same way. The summer heat can become intense and it is important to protect your curls from the sun.
It's similar to using sunscreen for your skin. The sun on your hair can cause slight discoloration and dryness if not protected, which are two things we do not want.