Tuesday, May 14, 2013

hair therapy: hair-saving tips from TRESemmé Stylist John D

summer is the season best known for surf, sun, and showing off! many women are focusing on getting fit for the warmer weather, and this is fabulous, but can take a toll on your hair.

fear not, beauties! thanks to TRESemmé Celebrity Stylist John D, you don’t have to sacrifice style to break a sweat. to keep your hair in shape before, during and after your workout, take a look at some of his fabulous tips:

"after you exercise, quickly blow-dry your hair to get rid of any excess moisture that may have accumulated during your workout. apply TRESemmé Fresh Start Dry Shampoo (available in Volumizing, Smoothing and Color Care varieties), concentrating on the scalp and roots of the hair. then, shake the hair out using your fingertips to evenly distribute the product. your hair will be refreshed and ready to go!"

 "avoid the tell tale "dent" that seems impossible to flatten after a workout. try a loose topknot instead of a ponytail. loosely twist the hair on top of the head, and secure with a few hairpins rather than an elastic. after your workout, release the pins and shake out your hair for a volumized look."

"to protect your hair from breakage caused by tight elastics and hairpins, try holding the hair back from the face and shoulders with a handkerchief or cloth headband. this will limit breakage and will eliminate dents."
"if you decide to use a blow dryer, flat iron or other styling tools, be sure to apply TRESemmé Platinum Strength Heat Protect Spray to shield your hair from harmful heat."

"next time you do a wash, use TRESemmé Platinum Strength Shampoo & Conditioner, which can repair up to two years of damage and leave your hair healthy, shiny and ready to take on all your summer activities."

love all these tips ~ thanks, John!

you can find TRESemmé products at your favorite drug and mass retailer. for more info about the brand, their full range of available products as well as more tips and how-tos, visit tresemme.com

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