Summer is here ladies! With the summer sun comes tons of heat that can dry out our precious curls. In addition to the heat, our hair has been tucked away in scarves and snagged against coats and sweaters all winter and we probably have experienced some breaking and shedding as well. If your natural curls are in need of some rejuvenation, we got you covered.
We know, we know, we talk about water all the time but seriously, staying hydrated is key to a healthy body, hair, skin and nails. So much of our bodies are made up of water and we need to drink it to keep ourselves healthy and glowing. When you give your body what it needs, it’s able to focus on healing from the inside out which results and stronger hair, skin and nails.
Let’s face it, it’s inevitable that you are going to experience some snagging and breaking over the winter. Let those dead ends go and get a most likely much needed trim asap. While trimming your ends doesn’t make your hair from your scalp grow any faster it definitely prevents further breakage and looks a whole lot better.
3. Deep Condition
You curls are going to need a nice deep condition a few times this summer. Deep conditioning your hair restores dry, damaged lackluster hair and can prevent split ends while drawing moisture to hair. Our Honey Miracle Deep Conditioner is an instant makeover for dry, damaged hair. It draws in moisture while effortlessly detangling hair. Our MRX Deep Hydrating Hair Mask restores life to dry, damaged hair while locking in moisture and improving shine and manageability.
4. Protein Treatment
Free from parabens and sulphates, our Miracle RepaiRx Curl Protein Reconstructor works to detoxify hair while removing buildup, stengthening strands and restoring protein in the hair while promoting hair growth.
Our Rose Water Curl Refresher is the perfect pick me up for curls! Overworked curls, kinks and waves are instantly restored while shine is enhanced and frizz is reduced.
How will you be rejuvenating your curls this summer?
Ashley Renee is a writer, natural hair enthusiast and film maker from Chicago residing in Los Angeles. You can keep up with her on ig @ashleyreneepoet or visit her personal blog poetashleyrenee.