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Treatment for Sun Damaged Hair




Hair can get sun damaged? Who would have thought? While you hair shaft can’t suffer from sunburn or develop cancer, the ultraviolet rays from the sun can damage the shaft, rendering your hair dry, dull and brittle, making it susceptible to split ends. There is a real chance that you scalp can suffer from sunburn too. And let us tell you, sunburns, although not as common on darker skin, are very painful to deal with. Not to mention, rather icky, when the skin begins to peel.

Since we at the beauty desk are absolutely committed to making you the best, beautiful you, allow us to offer you an umbrella to protect your luscious locks from sun damage. You can invest in a hair serum, and apply that to your hair before styling. It is advised that you apply your favorite hair oil to your hair and scalp and don a swimming cap before jumping into a pool, as prolonged exposure to chlorine is something of a kiss of death for your tresses.

The Mask

You can also protect your hair after sun exposure; like getting a pedicure after a night of dancing in painful (but beautiful) heels. Whip up a hair mask with equal parts coconut oil, yogurt and aloe vera gel. The oil and aloe will restore moisture and shine to the shaft, while the yogurt acts as a cooling pack for any parts of your scalp that may be singed. Leave this mask on for 30 minutes, then shampoo it out.

Some Extra Care with Dove Repair Conditioner

Lastly, for an additional boost of love, don’t forget to condition your hair as well. Pull your hair up into a mid-level ponytail and apply Dove Intense Repair Conditioner to the length. Rinse out with cool water and let it air dry.

So go forth and frolic in the winter sun! Just don’t forget your UV protection for face and hair. Stay beautiful!

What’s your favorite summer hair reconstruct recipe? Comment down to let us know!

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7 ways to make damaged hair look healthier



7 ways to make damaged hair look healthier

Limp, fine hair bringing your spirits down? If the answer is yes, it’s time to give these age-old volume boosting techniques a shot.

Use a light oil or shine serum

A serum or light oil such as Jojoba Oil can fake the shine your hair is otherwise lacking. Moreover, most of these serums and oils are packed with nutrients your damaged hair will appreciate and love in the long run.

Toss it in a bun

An up-do is the best trick to give the illusion of thicker hair. Put your hair down and brush your roots from the neck up. Then collect your hair and twist it into a fuller bun. Accessorize with fancy clips to add some bling to your hair do.

Go for a trim

A good trim brings life and bounce back into your hair, making it seem healthier. If you’ve been delaying a trim, now is the time to bid farewell to those split ends!

Tease the roots

Backcombing is an age-old technique to make hair seem fuller and voluminous. Tease your hair around the crown area to make it look big and healthier.

Use a moisturizing shampoo

Damaged hair needs extra care and extra oiling which is why it’s better to switch to a moisturizing shampoo like Dove Intense Repair that gives your hair that extra hit of moisture it’s craving without stripping off the natural oils from root to tip.

Wash with cold water

Cold water seals in the natural oils while hot water strips it away. If you’re someone who enjoys hot showers, end your hot shower with one last cold blast of water to seal cuticles and pores.

Sleep on a silk pillowcase

Cotton pillowcases tug at your hair and absorb all the moisture from your hair in the night, making it weak and brittle. Switch to a silk pillow for a luxurious napping experience and a happier head of hair.

If you have more tips to add to our list, let us know in the comments below!

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DIYs to save you from hair fall horrors



DIYs and Sunsilk

Heat, dandruff, straightening, curling – is there anything that doesn’t lead to hair fall? What if we told you these DIY masks can rescue your luscious locks?

Fenugreek seeds

Fenugreek, a common spice in every Pakistani kitchen, is packed with protein and nicotinic acid. Soak two tablespoons of fenugreek seeds in water overnight. Blend it in the morning with a little bit of water and add 4 tablespoons of yogurt to the mix for a paste-like consistency. Apply this on your hair and scalp, and leave in for half an hour. Wash off thoroughly with Sunsilk Hairfall Solution.

Egg white mask

High protein and Omega 3 content make egg whites a lifesaver for dull, brittle hair. Separate the yolk from the egg white. Mix the egg white thoroughly till you get a thick and even consistency. Apply the egg white to your scalp and hair using a dye brush (this is going to get messy so make sure you change into clothes you don’t mind ruining). Cover your head with a shower cap and leave it on for about 20 minutes. Then, rinse with cool water followed by Sunsilk Hairfall Solution.

Aloe Vera

Known for its cooling and hydrating benefits, Aloe Vera nourishes your hair from root to tip. Wash your hair with Sunsilk Hairfall Solution. Extract the pulp content from the leaf or stalk and rub into your hair. Massage the pulp into the scalp in circular motions. Leave it on for about 15 minutes, and then rinse with cold water.

Did these tips get your hair fall under control? Tell us in the comments below.

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