There are so many exciting details about a summer wedding that you just can’t swing in the colder months. Flower crowns for the bridesmaids, a slow and easy outdoor ceremony, and a night spent dancing under the stars. Unfortunately, along with all the summer-specific wedding details comes the unavoidable humid weather. When it comes to outdoor wedding styles you may be a little nervous – and rightfully so! The humidity can wreak havoc on carefully styled strands and that’s enough to worry anyone. There is a way to prepare for the weather, though, and all it takes are a few hair products. Read on to learn how to make your outdoor wedding styles last through any weather.
Help Your Outdoor Wedding Styles Last
As with most styles, it all starts in the shower. About a week before the big day you’ll want to replace your usual shampoo and conditioner for an anti-frizz duo. We love Dove Nutritive Solutions Anti-Frizz Oil Therapy Shampoo and Dove Nutritive Solutions Anti-Frizz Oil Therapy Conditioner for this exact purpose. This duo is formulated with a unique combination of Argan, coconut and almond oils to eliminate frizz and nourish your hair from within. You’ll be left with super soft strands that are manageable and easy to wear and style: two key factors for a wedding-friendly style.
Next up, you’ll want to protect your strands with a product that’s formulated to smooth your hair as it shields from heat damage. We suggest spritzing your hair with TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Heat Defense Spray before using any hot tools for another boost of smoothness and nourishment before you style.
And last but certainly not least, you’ll want to finish your style off with a spritz of hairspray to keep your look in place and to create a shield from the humid weather. Suave Professionals Luxe Style Infusion Anti-Humidity Hairspray pulls double duty and will keep your style in place while simultaneously fighting against humidity.
And there you have it! A full hair care routine that will help your outdoor wedding style last through any weather.