Out-of-Water Hair Tips

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Summer days spent taking a dip in the pool or soaking up some sun at the beach are perfect for showing off those new swimsuits, drinking piña coladas, and catching a tan—but not so much for our hair. Whether it’s the chlorine or saltwater, our locks can become just as reckless as the waves we may crash into. I know firsthand how tangled and trying out-of-water hair can be, especially if you have a lion’s mane like mine. I’ve had my fair share of bad hair moments after a beautiful sunny day, but with plenty of visits to the beach and pool comes experience with how to beat any water blues. Here are my go-to out-of-water hair tips to make sure that there won’t be any clouds raining on your parades anytime soon.

Holy Grail Hair Products
Apply a small amount of any of these hair products into your locks for magical results. And if you decide to brush through them, remember that a wet brush or wide tooth comb is your hair’s ultimate BFF.

Must-do Hairstyles
No one has time for tangles and knots, so when it comes to rocking your hair after a full day of swimming, you may feel like your locks are limited. Fear not, though! These hairstyles have become my go-to options, no matter how much chlorine there is in a pool. Just spritz one of the amazing hair products in, gently brush it through, and style it for an easy, breezy hairdo.

©IMAXTREE

Milkmaid Braids
This braid style has free spirit written all over it.

©JOSLYN BLAIR

©JOSLYN BLAIR

Bun Duo
Because two messy buns are so much more fun than one.

©Courtney Shields of Bring Your Own Beauty

Boxer Braids
Whatever you may call these braids, they all have one thing in common—they are totally made for summer days.

©http://sazan.me

Beachy Waves/Curls
Apply some hair product, scrunch it into your locks, and just let them air dry! You can even add little braids or loose buns for bohemian-inspired details.  

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Out-of-Water Hair Tips: Featured image courtesy of ©JOSLYN BLAIR

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