If you're a hair-loving beauty maven and avid hair blog reader like we are, you may have caught the article posted by InStyle today about how to protect your hair from summer damage. The mag suggests wearing a swim cap, donning a hat, and washing your hair less often. We think they may have left something out (ahem, BLNDN).
The article explains, "If you plan on spending quite a bit of time in a chlorinated pool, then opt for a swim cap, specifically a lycra one. Too much chlorine in pool water can cause hair loss and wearing a lycra swim cap will protect it while still being gentle."
The second best option? InStyle suggests, "When you're not in the pool like the mermaid you are, wear a hat. Protect your scalp from those harsh UV Rays... or accept the consequences."
We hate the thought of running away from chlorine and U.V. (We refuse to be slaves to damage!), and while we're all for chic floppy hats by the pool in the summer, and reviving our second day hair with KEEP YOU dry shampoo, we think we have a better option for your summer locks...
What to do? Leave the floppy hat at home, babe...and the swim cap especially. We're talking about a new kind of protection here. It's time to stock that pool bag with your BLNDN faves.
We're the only line dedicated to reversing damage after it's already taken place, but bonus points if you can catch it before it ensues. Here are a few tips to care for your hair pool-side:
Don't run from chlorine, babes. You have BLNDN.
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