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4 Ways to Get Summer Ready Curls
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4 Ways to Get Summer Ready Curls

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We love summer’s warm temperatures and sunshine, but we don’t love what it does to our curls! Luckily, with some simple styling tweaks, you can help control summer frizz for the ultimate summer curls. Keep reading to learn how!

 

1.   Start with a Clean Canvas

 

Start your summer curl refresh with a deep cleanse. CurlFriends Purify Clarifying Shampoo removes extra weight from product buildup and revive curls. This purifying shampoo also washes away residue from chlorine and saltwater. So use weekly if you plan on swimming this summer!

 

2.   The Right Cut

 

Even if you’re growing out your hair, make sure you start summer with a hair trim. Trimming away split ends will remove dead weight and refresh your curls. Your curls will look healthier, and you won’t even miss the extra length!

 

3.   Block Humidity

 

Dry hair is more prone to summer frizz, so the key to nipping flyaways in the bud is to keep curls extra moisturized. CurlFriends Replenish Leave-In Conditioner is a deep conditioning treatment that protects curls from humidity while making it soft and manageable. Just apply to damp hair and you’ll be protected from summer frizz!

 

4.   Protect Curls

 

Just like how UV rays can damage your skin, they can also damage your curls. Too much sunshine dries out curls and leads to breakage and frizz. Plus, it can change the color of your hair! That’s why it’s so important to protect your hair from the sun during the summertime. Invest in a hair sunscreen, stick to the shade, or try wearing a hat.
 
Of course, no matter how you style your hair, everybody experiences a little bit of summer frizz from time to time. We say embrace your frizz! Think of it as your summertime halo.
 
How are you refreshing your curls for summer? Let us know in the comments!