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Keep your hair protected all summer long with these summertime solutions

Keep your hair protected all summer long with these summertime solutions


We all know the importance of protecting our skin from harmful UVA and UVB rays, but did you know that your hair needs protecting from them too?


When your hair is exposed to the sun for a long time, UVA and UVB rays can damage the hair cuticle (the outside cover of the hair strand), leaving it dry, brittle, discoloured, frizzy and with split ends.


It’s easy to forget and get complacent about our hair when the temperature rises and think that it can take care of itself. The truth is, it can’t. It needs our help to defend against sun damage. And for those of us lucky enough to head to even warmer climates this summer, there’s usually the added salt water from the sea and chlorine from the pool for hair to contend with too.


The effects from the sun and the heat can take hold quickly turning summertime fun into a battlefield for hair. So what exactly can we do to keep our locks protected from those harmful rays and other hair-damaging factors? Blue Hairdressing’s Senior Designer, is here with the answers for those summer hair woes:

Adam- Senior Designer adam


“I always suggest getting a haircut before the real heat hits or before you go away for a summer holiday, that way any dry or split ends will be removed before you go out into the sun. This will prevent them from getting worse and ultimately leading to more irreparable damage.”


Adam continued to say how the products we use need to be ramped up in extreme conditions with thermal protectors and extra hydration to keep the hair nourished during these drying times. He said:


“The right productswill not only bathe hair with nourishment and help protect against the harsh sun, but they should also turn heads with their ability to create styles that set us apart and make the most of our individual hair types.”


When asked what products would he recommend to give us those stand-out results, Adam didn’t hesitate. These are his summer must-haves for any styling routine:




Davines SU Hair Mask A complete anti-age treatment to replace softness, moisture and shin even to the driest and most opaque hair. Indicated for all hair types, during and after sun exposure. The SU line has a floral (camellia and mimosa), fruity (apple) and woody fragrance.



  • Davines SU Hair milkA leave-on softening milk enriched with UV protective filters to enirched your hair with hydration and protect it from damaging rays during sun exposure.


Davines OI Oil    Brimming with roucou oil – a potent Amazonian extract derived from the fruit of the achiote, which is 100 times richer in beta-carotene that carrots – Davines’s OI Oil helps to stimulate melanin synthesis and in turn, maintain your hair’s natural pigment. Featherweight and non-greasy, this elixir also exhibits a powerful smoothing, detangling and frizz-fighting action, to keep even wild hair types under control.

Davines OI oil

  • Davines SU Aftersun Hair & Body Shampoo  This shampoo has been formulated with a rich mix of ingredients that will restore hydration and softness to the hair. Your colour and hair will be left protected, avoiding dehydration and further sun damage. It leaves the hair soft and silky, giving it shine and making it easier to style making it perfect for all hair types that are exposed to sun, chlorine and sea salt.







And what about any non-blondes that still colour their hair?

“UV rays, salt water and chlorine can wreak havoc on colour-treated hair, but the Davines SU Range of products  provides a serious defence against it all. The system is a combination of a body washes, shampoo, conditioner and thermal protection spray that works wonders on coloured hair to prevent breakage and boost shine too.”

Davies su range

Book in for a refreshing cut and deep moisturising treatment before you head off for your next getaway and set your summer hair care routine up the right way. To book an appointment call 01428 607555  


The Blue team x

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