Keep your curls looking their best with these curly hair products for the beach.
Don’t forget the Re:coil for frizz-free curls!
Spring is upon us and summer is just around the corner, so it is the perfect time to get to a beach and enjoy the sunshine. If you have plans to head to the beach, make sure you prepare yourself for heat and humidity; two can-be killers if your routine is not accustomed to this weather. Here are a few curly hair products and tips to keep your hair looking great.
AG Hair Cosmetics Re:coil
Re:coil’s whole purpose it to give you no-frizz curls that are full of moisture and have great definition. The product can leave you with crunchy curls, but if you take a few minutes to scrunch after applying the product loosens up and leaves you with fabulous curls. This is a great product to carry with you that you can use when you’re fresh out of the water or if you need a bit to reform a few curls.
John Frieda Full Repair Touch-Up Flyaway Tamer
This is a new product from John Frieda and it does exactly what it says, but you might have to modify the method. This product comes in what looks like a mascara tube and the applicator is exactly like a mascara wand. When I straighten my hair this works great, but when my curls are in full force the wand can get stuck and then I end up pulling it through, which results in separated curls.
A good method of application is using a Q-tip to apply the products to your flyaways. The best thing about this product: it doesn’t leave your roots looking greasy. Also, within minutes it’s dry, making it feel like it’s not there while it still does its job. This is a definite must when packing your bag for the beach.
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