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Does Saltwater Ruin Blonde Hair?

edited maio 18 in Geral

Going for a beach vacation this summer? Want to sunbathe on the beach? In addition to sun protection and maintenance of the skin, don't forget your wig. Saltwater is not good for your blonde hair.
To reduce saltwater damage to your HD lace wigs, check out the content.

  1. Chlorine and saltwater one of the biggest drawbacks are that they can remove hair problems such as water and lead to split ends and damage, and also remove the shine and vitality of the 40 inch wig, making it appear dull.
    Therefore, we recommend that you apply rich oils, such as argan oil or coconut oil, to your full lace wigs human hair in advance.
    These natural oils help create a smooth barrier between the hair and the harmful water, while also providing an extra layer of moisture and nutrients.

  2. In addition to natural oils, you can also use a strong wash-free moisturizer as a barrier between hair and water to help extend the life of color.
    Doing so will also harness the power of the sun to help the mask's moisturizing and nourishing ingredients penetrate your hair.
    To apply oil, conditioner, or mask, divide your hair into sections and thoroughly apply the formula with your fingers to each section.
    Then comb it with a wide-tooth comb to ensure even distribution.

  3. Just like your skin needs protection from the sun, so does your hair.
    Remember to choose some sunscreen for your hair that contain UVA and UVB filters.
    When added to your customizable shampoo, conditioner, or leave-in care formula, they can help resist intense radiation and chemical damage while helping to extend the life of the color.

  4. There's nothing like wearing a swimming cap to minimize contact with the pool water.
    If you don't like wearing a swimming cap, you'd better keep your head and hair out of the water as much as possible.
    For example, you can try wearing a ponytail, braid, or bun, which not only helps prevent your hair bundles from getting soaked in all the harmful water but also helps your hair look fresh and lovely.

  5. Although you may feel hot or tired after swimming or playing on the beach, be sure to rinse your hair thoroughly with clean water to avoid chlorine or salt remaining in your hair.
    After all, the longer they stay around, the more water they absorb.

  6. Different hair colors require specific shampoos and conditions to maintain their vibrant color and provide adequate moisture to the hair.
    Here, we always recommend using 100% sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners with moisturizing ingredients such as oils and vitamin E.

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