10 Hair Care Products to Keep Your Hair Strong and Healthy This Summer

There are lots of things to love about summer, however, faded, dry, damaged hair are inevitable side effects of summer that can rain a parade on your style. Fortunately, once you get your hands on these 10 amazing hair care products, they will keep your hair going strong and vibrant and you will be totally singing a different tune.

Alterna Caviar Resort Breeze Air-Dry Styling Balm

We have yet to meet someone who genuinely wants to flatiron, blow-dry, and otherwise, hot-tool their hair into oblivion during the summer. This is because air-dried hair looks, well, air-dried. The Alterna Caviar Resort Breeze Air-Dry Styling Balm certainly does not need heat to create the perfect shine, hold, and smoothness that enhances your hair’s natural texture. 

Hairburst Hair Growth Shampoo And Conditioner

If you want to grow your hair really long by the end of the summer, then Hairburst Hair Growth Shampoo and Conditioner is a great product for you to buy. It contains wheat protein and it is free of parabens that strengthens your hair keeping it strong and healthy all summer. 

IGK Blocked Water-Resistant Hair Shield

The IGK Blocked Water-Resistant Hair Shield is a version of a swim cap. When applied from roots to tips, it the water-resistant blend of waxes to coat and seal the hair cuticle, that guards hair against UV rays, sweat, and even wind. Simply use it on dry or damp hair a day before hitting the beach, that pool party, or outdoor workout.  

All Hair Masks

While all hair colors are susceptible to fading during the summer, blonde-haired people are especially susceptible to hair fade. This sensational Brightening Shampoo for Blondes contains formulation that brightens highlights, tones brassiness, and generally refreshes your hue, leaving your blonde hair look better than ever.

Living Proof No Frizz Instant De-Frizzer

This is a dry conditioning spray contains a special blend of five oils that mimic those naturally found in the hair. It tames frizz, adding softness, and shine with every spritz. 

Ouai Sun of a Beach Ombré Spray

This modern and revamped take on the hair lightening spritz with heat-activated formula blend of citric acid from lemon and pineapple juices, plus hydrating coconut water and castor oil delivers the subtlest of highlights. It combats the drying effects of the sun. 

Playa Ritual Hair Oil

Our favorite, Playa Ritual Hair Oil is everything hair oil should be –weightless yet intensely hydrating, thanks to a blend of sunflower, broccoli seed, kukui, and coconut oils with lycopene, a natural UV protectant for added sun protection. This silicone-free formula tames and moisturizes all hair types and textures.  

Phyto Phytomillesime Color Protecting Mist

This color-protecting mist formulation forms a protective shield over every hair fiber, locking in both moisture and color and moisture to give it nice, natural bounce. 

Superblueberries Single Use Frizz-Fighting Hair Clay Mask

Who said clay masks are just for your complexion. The Yes to Super Frizz-Fighting Hair Clay Mask works deep into your scalp, with combination clay to remove all that excess oil, sweat and product residue that builds up throughout the summer. It is the perfect detoxing hair product contains Greek yogurt that sips deep into your skin tamping down frizz, without shedding your hair. Just five minutes of this mask delivers its exciting benefits.

Virtue Dry Shampoo

Virtue shampoo combats the relentless summer elements.  Blended with tapioca starch and kaolin clay, it delivers all the standard duties of dry shampoo, absorbing grime and oil. The sheer spritz contains Alpha Keratin 60ku, a patented form of keratin that helps repair and strengthen damaged hair. 

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