How to get perfect holiday hair
Dry hair naturally wants to absorb water, so when you have dry hair on a humid day, the hair expands from the moisture in the air, which then causes it to loose its shape and look frizzy, said Oscar Cullinan, celebrity stylist and owner of Oscar Oscar salons. It’s best to keep you hair moisturised to help prevent your hair frizzing.
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Always apply a heat protective product to your hair before heat styling to shield your hair from surface damage. Try: Aveda Smooth Infusion Style Prep, which defends against humidity for up to 12 hours and creates a sleek hair surface to reduce frizz and fly-aways.
An easy tip to help your hair survive humid temperatures is to remember that cooling your hair closes the hair follicle and keeps the hair smooth. You can achieve this two ways, firstly by always rinsing your hair in cool water after you wash it, and secondly by using the cool setting on your hairdryer once you have finished drying your hair.- Oscar.
NKEE loves Aveda Sun Care After-Sun Hair Masque, an intensive cream masque with Morikue protein which helps restore hair weakened by the sun.
Using the Tangle Teezer, which helps to smooth the cuticle and feels like a relaxing head massage. Warning it’s highly addictive! www.esalon.com.au
Oscar’s easy luxe resort hair style tips:
While on holiday it’s great to give your hair a break from over-styling and instead embrace the natural body and texture of your hair.
To achieve this try allowing your hair to air-dry, which will give your hair a natural bounce and then only straighten your mid-lengths and ends lightly with your straightening iron, finishing with a great glossing product.
Invest in a stylish new hat for the beach, which will not only be a chic accessory but will also protect your hair from the UV rays and reduce colour fading.
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