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Train your hair for the summer

- 05/08/2024

It seems far off, but to have beautiful hair in summer, you need to come prepared. The salt from the sea, chlorine from the pools, sweat, the contrast with air conditioning will all take a toll on your hair... or maybe not.

The time has come for a complete overhaul.

One of the seasons where hair suffers the most is approaching. But not this year. Because we're going to train it together so that it arrives in the best condition. How? With steps 1 and 2 of the Henna Morena Method: Detox and Deep Hydration.

WHAT WILL YOU ACHIEVE BY TRAINING YOUR HAIR WITH THESE TWO STEPS?

-Your hair will stay more hydrated until the end of summer. -You'll face the different external aggressions typical of this time of year, such as sea salt or pool chlorine, from a better starting point, with more hydrated hair. -You'll regain the silky texture and shine of your hair. -If you have curly hair, you'll redefine the curls. -You'll avoid tangles and extreme dryness. -If you apply coloration after these two steps, the color will last intact for more weeks.

STEP 1: DEEP TOXIN AND RESIDUE ELIMINATION

SOLID SHAMPOO, A MUST-HAVE

The cosmetic products we usually apply along with environmental pollution cause residues to accumulate in our hair that regular washing doesn't completely remove. Hence, the importance of doing a hair detox from time to time. We recommend that you do this at least once a year, and what better time than just before summer to show off a beautiful mane during the months when we do more outdoor activities.

The first step to giving your hair a new chance is to do a deep cleaning to remove all harmful substances. To achieve this, you should incorporate solid shampoos into your hair routine. For a month, use solid shampoos for every wash. After this time, reintroduce liquid shampoo as your usual shampoo and use solid ones for special occasions.

Solid shampoos have an alkaline pH, which means they have a high cleaning power and can deeply cleanse the scalp, removing accumulated dirt. Additionally, they contain a natural sulfate from coconut, which opens the cuticle, making the hair more receptive to subsequent hydration treatments we'll do in a second step.

If you have very damaged or oxidized hair, or if it comes from synthetic coloring, we recommend the Cocoa and Shea solid shampoo. For dry hair, a good option is the Coconut solid shampoo.

For oily hair, the Grapefruit one will help regulate sebum; for athletes, the Green Tea one, and for fine hair, the Juniper Tar one.