Fight Your End of Summer Hair Woes with these Products

Show your strands some TLC before the new season!

This summer season you may have decided to go wild with new hair colors, cuts, and styles and we commend you! Taking a risk with your hairstyle is always encouraged at All Things Hair. One consequence of having too much fun can be damaged summer hair. Don’t stress! By the end of summer, everyone’s hair might look a little worn out and in need of some lovin’. We’ve got the products for you to make sure your hair is fresh and ready for the next season of fun hair experimentation:

damaged summer hair product buildup
Get rid of product buildup with a cleansing conditioner.

Product Buildup

During the summer, it’s easy to rely heavily on products. We use it for beachy waves, uncooperative flyaways and a ton of dry shampoo to soak up greasy locks. Any product that can turn a bad hair day into a great one is a must, but these products can start to build up! It’s important to do a thorough cleanse every now and then. Damaged summer hair is the best to do it on. Use a cleansing conditioner to remove product buildup and let your hair breathe again. Love Beauty and Planet Purposeful Hydration Shea Butter & Sandalwood Gentle Cleansing Conditioner is one of our faves. This product is extremely moisturizing since it’s infused with wild shea nut butter!

damaged summer hair hot tools
Have you been styling your hair everyday for Summer? Give those strands a break!

Over-Styling with Hot Tools

With so many fun activities and opportunities for pics to put on social media, we get that you might’ve relied heavily on your flat iron or curler this sunny season. Hopefully, you remembered your heat protectant before each styling! If your hair is looking a little weak and damaged, start introducing a healthy amount of hair oil to the end of your strands or all over. ApotheCARE Essentials The Mender Hair Oil will replenish nutrients in your hair and smooth those roughened cuticles that were created by being exposed to extreme heat.

damaged summer hair bleach
Put down the bleach! Consider a darker hue for Fall.

Bleaching Your Strands for a Fun Summer Shade

Lighter shades, especially blonde hues, are a popular color choice for the summer. After a few visits to your colorist, your damaged summer hair is probably in need of a break. Consider a darker shade for fall to avoid heavy bleaching. An intensive hair mask once a week is a great remedy to over bleached hair. Bed Head by TIGI Resurrection Treatment Mask is one of the best for the job. This mask will repair your hair that’s been specifically damaged by heat and chemicals.