With the Olympics just around the corner many people will be feeling inspired to get fit, and now is the perfect time to start a new regime.
If the thought of chlorine and sweat getting into your Hair is dampening your enthusiasm, Mark Hill’s new Holiday Hair range has the answer as it is especially designed to deal with these problems.
Swimming is a fantastic work out, but chlorine is one of the worst offenders when it comes to damaging Hair. Over exposure to chlorine can leave Hair feeling dry and brittle, and even give your colour a green tinge if you swim regularly.
The Holiday Hair Sunshine Shampoo will wash out damaging chlorine and sweat, but it’s gentle enough to leave hair looking smooth and subtle. The Holiday Hair Sunshine Conditioner is the perfect partner as it contains sea silk and solamer to nourish and protect the hair.
Mark Hill said: “To minimise the damage caused by chlorine, try to wash your hair immediately after you get out of the pool. A moisturising conditioner will help keep your hair soft, and remember to pay extra attention to the ends of your hair.”
Running is the ultimate exercise for people looking get fit quickly, and there’s nothing better than hitting the road when the sun is shining. Protect hair from harmful rays using a UV protector spray, such as Mark Hill’s Holiday Hair Cover Up! Protection Spray.
If the gym is more your thing, then a dry shampoo, such as the Holiday Hair Beach to Bar dry shampoo, will help refresh hair after a tough work out when you don’t have time to wash it.
Mark’s top tips for looking after your hair when playing sport:
Always use a shampoo and conditioner that are designed to remove chorine and sweat.
If you’re playing sport outside for long periods of time, make sure you use a UV protection spray.
Choose the right hairstyle and make sure you’ve always got some hair grips with you to keep your hair held in place.
If you swim regularly, once a week use a deep conditioning treatment to help restore the moisture.
Minimise the amount of dirt and sweat getting into your hair by wearing a headband and tying your hair back.