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Surviving Florida Humidity

Summer is here which means humidity is in the air & wreaking havoc on hair. What products you use & when you use them are two important factors in keeping humidity & frizz out of your hair. Whether you wash every day, every other day, or 3-4 days at a time, here are a few tips for anyone who falls into these categories or in between. For the everyday washer or curly hair clients- this is your season. You can add a defining cream, curl control, or smoothing fluid to your hair routine to ensure it gets an all-day hold. Work it into your ends, scrunch it in, adjust all your hairs so they’re in place & leave it be, try as little as possible to not touch your hair! Not touching or playing with your hair keeps your strands from separating & expanding (causing fizziness).

Every other day washers, your hair can tend to be a bit tricky. Instead of using the product the first day, use as little of the product as possible, if any. To keep your hair oil-free try the Aveda dry shampoo before bed & on day two when you wake up use a fiber paste for the flyaways. For the 3rd & 4th day washers, also known as a ponytail-by-noon type of person, try to avoid hairsprays & oils as they weigh down the hair. Use dry shampoo before bed, thoroughly distribute it on your scalp, at your roots & brush it through to keep your hair strands cleaned. A texturizing dry shampoo

is going to be your daily best friend for when you wake up. The Aveda Shampowder dry shampoo has a lightweight hold which is great for defining movement in the hair without weighing it down.

If you're not sure about the products you have or if it’s the right season to use them, stop by Belt Salon where our knowledgeable staff can answer any & all questions & have you looking your best through any time of the year.

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