5 Repair Tips for When You Had Fun (But Your Hair Didn’t)

5 Repair Tips for When You Had Fun (But Your Hair Didn’t)

Try these 5 hair treatments to make a smooth transition from summer to fall.

After a summer of wind and dirt and salt and sun — and memories — your hair may be a little worse for wear, but it was certainly worth it.

Reward yourself, and your locks, for a season well lived with these simple hair repair tips and get refreshed for fall.

Wind Salt & Sun: Help Your Hair Regain Its Health

Summer’s elements — like heat, UV rays, frizz-inducing humidity, salt water and chlorine — have certainly taken a toll on your locks. And all those repeated washings to rid your hair of impurities may have stripped your hair of its natural oils, leaving it dry and damaged. Deep conditioning is a must.

Get a fresh haircut, trim off those split ends and then use Pantene Damage Detox Daily Revitalizing Shampoo or Pantene Repair and Protect Shampoo to prepare your hair for deep moisture.

Tip : You’ll want to let the conditioner set for a bit, so put it in before you shave your legs. Or just take three minutes to yourself and enjoy the shower. You’ve earned it.

Give Your Hair Long-lasting Shine

All that splashing around in chlorinated pools and saltwater oceans may have left your tresses tired and dull. Look for a deep conditioning treatment to put the shine back where it belongs — just in time for fall.

Use a lightweight conditioner Pantene Ice Shine Conditioner, or a deep conditioner like Pantene Truly Natural Deep Conditioner, to get that long-lasting shine.

Keep Your Hair Strong and Shiny

Long-term, there are some additional things you can do to strengthen your hair. When hair is stronger, it breaks less easily — which means it grows longer and fuller.

And use a good hairspray to tame those flyaways as the autumn winds blow.

Another summer is gone and fall is here. The new season will likely be a little gentler on your hair, but hopefully it will be just as adventurous.

What’s your summer-to-fall haircare routine? Let us know in the comments below.


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