How To... Repair Your Hair

Is the summer sun drying out your hair? If your once-luscious locks are in need of some attention, don’t run from harsh rays -- use them to your advantage. A John Frieda hair care stylist breaks it down step-by-step on how to repair your hair in the sun.

Step 1: Shampoo hair

This is a process we are all familiar with. Grab your favorite shampoo and lather up! Don’t have a favorite? Check out John Frieda Full Repair Full Body Shampoo designed to strengthen your tresses.

If you’re a blonde and feel like the sun has left your hair feeling brassy, try John Frieda Sheer Blonde Tone-Correcting Shampoo which neutralizes brassiness. It’s infused with an optical brightener so it can help correct dull hair and discoloration.

Step 2: Apply conditioner (don’t rinse)

Naturally, the next step would be to condition, but once you’ve coated your hair remember not to rinse. Leaving the conditioner in helps to smooth and detangle strands, reducing the risk of breakage when you’re brushing your hair. If you’re looking for the perfect conditioner, you can’t go wrong with John Frieda Full Repair Full Body Conditioner.

Step 3: Brush hair

Take a brush through your hair a few times to make sure the conditioner is spread evenly and to get out all the kinks.

Step 4: Secure into bun

Pin your hair up into a secure bun, conditioner and all. If you’re not feeling the messy bun in public, how about taking it a step further and trying a sexy summer one?

Learn how to get a sexy summer bun >>

Step 5: Go enjoy the sun

Bring on the sun! While you soak it up, the heat will warm up the conditioner, giving you a deep conditioning treatment. Feel good knowing that your hair is getting the care and repair it deserves.

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Comments on "How to repair your hair in the sun"

Danny June 21, 2012 | 10:05 AM

I'll have to give that idea a try! I'd quite like to soak in the sun all day without worrying about my hair. In fact, my hair would be getting treat! Bing outside all summer is really pulling a number on my hair though. It's so dry and dull looking....

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