Dos and Don’ts When By The Pool or The Beach

Do Avoid Heavy Hair Products and Styling
If there’s a perfect time for your hair to shine in its own natural glory, this is it. Having stick straight hair or tight curls with a lot of hairspray doesn’t look good and looks like you’re trying too hard when by the pool or beach. Plus, the heat from styling and the heat from the sun will be too much for your hair. A little shine serum will do.
Let It All Out!

Don’t Pile On The Make-Up

Summer’s all about being light and carefree and a ton of make-up just doesn’t work. If you’re scared to bare it all, stick to tinted moisturizers and cheek and lip stains.

Sephora's Tinted Moisturizer Also Has SPF 20
The Body Shop's Lip And Cheek Stain Is Tried And Tested

Do Load Up On Conditioner

Hair tends to dry when swimming whether its chlorine or salt water. Load up on conditioner before and after to avoid drying out the hair. Leave-on conditioners do well too.

Moisturize!

 

Don’t Skimp on Protection!

We always say prevention is the best cure. Well in this case, its protection. Do not forget to load up on the sunblock! Also, keep in mind that your hair and scalp need as much protection as your skin. Read the label and follow instructions to get the most out of the products.

Beach Hut Has The Most Complete Line Of Sun Care

 

Do Accessorize

Whether it be a wide brim hat, a printed scarf or big sunglasses, accessorizing in the summer also means more protection for either your hair or your face.

Hats Are A Favorite This Summer
Best By The Pool

Don’t Forget To Hydrate

Water is everyone’s best friend during the summer. Never leave home without a bottle!

Always Keep A Bottle Handy
Jai From The Fat and Skinny

4 comments

  1. I recently read that you should wet your hair and then apply oil to it to help your hair not be as porous to the pool and beach eater. I have used conditioner in the past and it’s worked fine for me. Just wanted to know if you ever heard anything about using oil instead.

  2. I recently read that you should wet your hair and then apply oil to it to help your hair not be as porous to the pool and beach eater. I have used conditioner in the past and it’s worked fine for me. Just wanted to know if you ever heard anything about using oil instead.

    1. I have heard about condidtioner, but not oil before you go for a swim. it
      probably works since oils can condition your hair.

  3. I recently read that you should wet your hair and then apply oil to it to help your hair not be as porous to the pool and beach eater. I have used conditioner in the past and it’s worked fine for me. Just wanted to know if you ever heard anything about using oil instead.

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