It’s summertime and you’re ready to hit the beach, pool, or local watering hole for some cool fun.to protect your hair from salt water and chlorine in swimming pool. There are two ways of doing it, and both are necessary and equally important. The first one is a pre-swim hair care regimen, and the other is a post-swim regimen.
1. Whip your long hair into a braid
Fight tangles and ramp up style with a long braid for your water session. If you are at the beach, it will keep the chaos at bay, and in the pool will keep your hair in order. If you’re just sunbathing, use a hat or hair product with SPF, but if you’re getting in the ocean you need strategy.
2. Make sure your wet hair is protected hair
rinse off hair before you swim. Not only will you keep the pool cleaner by rinsing away your styling products, you are coating your hair with non-chlorinated water which will keep your strands from soaking up every single chemical in the pool. A fresh water protective layer will also guard your hair from soaking up too much salt if you’re skinny dipping in the sea.apply hair conditioner protects your hair from chlorine and other harmful chemicals in the pool.
3. Wear a protective layer or oil your hair
Since we all love coconut oil all the time, try this trick to protect color-treated or dry hair from the ocean brine. Slick a small amount of coconut oil before wetting your hair with fresh water. The oil (jojoba oil also works well), forms a protective layer that keeps salt out. The salt water can bleach out your ends, which looks fabulous if you’re going surfer babe, but is a pain in the butt if you just committed to peacock green hair.
4.Wear A Swimming Cap
The cap keeps your hair dry and away from all chemicals like chlorine and other. It is a smart way to maintain the health of your hair.
5. Spritz Some Hair Spray
Choose a sun protection spray that prevents damage from the harsh sun and helps maintain the hydration levels of your locks. Hair sprays also protect your hair color from fading away.