Genius sunber peruvian curly hair tips for sweaty summer days

Genius sunber peruvian curly hair tips for sweaty summer days

Having sunber peruvian curly hair is the best. It’s bouncy, it’s beautiful and it’s a blessing when it comes to receiving compliments.

But where it gives with one hand, it takes away with the other.
At the first sight of disagreeable weather it’ll turn on you and those wondrous ringlets will frizz up to a complete bird’s nest quicker than you can say Hagrid.
Summer is way too fun to be worrying about keeping your mane under control – so here are a few genius tips from the some of the top hairdressers in the industry to keep the frizz at bay, no matter how warm and humid the climate (or commute if you’re not a lucky one).


‘sunber peruvian curly hair needs to be kept hydrated to prevent frizz,’
Kai Wan of P.Kai Hair and Wella Platform Artist told
‘I’m a huge fan on the System Professionals Hydrate Quenching Mist as it’s easy to keep to hand and you can keep spraying this cooling mist as and when needed. It will keep your curls refreshed and stop any frizzing.’

Ditch the tools and twist & dry instead

Joe Hemmings of Bloggs Salons tells us: ‘Twist damp curls whilst applying a curl cream or UV product and then allow to dry naturally for a cool tousled look.

‘This season we’re seeing lots of beautiful scarves and fabric pieces being twisted into the hair for both protection from the sun as well as being used in braids to add interest.’


‘I tell clients who struggle with frizz to leave a little bit of their conditioner in their hair rather than completely rinsing, as this will coat the whole hair leaving it smoother,’
says Ken Picton, of Ken Picton Salon.
‘The key with sunber peruvian curly hair is to find products that coat the whole strand of the hair – if it’s an on-going issue for you, try a Kerastraight treatment which seals the hair with keratin meaning you can still embrace curls but without the frizz.’

Rely on serums and masks

Jamie Stevens, Matrix Global Ambassador, strongly recommends the use of hydrating products throughout the hotter weather.

‘When applying a serum or mask to sunber peruvian curly hair, distribute the product on both sides of the hands and between your fingers (as though you’re applying hand cream) to ensure an even coating through the hair,’
he told us.

Avoid holiday hair ‘mares

Karine Jackson, former London hairdresser of the year and organic colour expert, tells that it’s best to be prepared to deal with troublesome curls when you head away on holiday.

‘When you’re on holiday, keep a leave-in conditioner in your handbag and use it like you would a sunscreen (before and after going into the water),’
she advises.
‘Twist your curls around your fingers and allow them to air-dry before ruffling the roots slightly for a natural non-frizz bounce.’

This article is part of Hair Care, our month-long investigation and exploration into our relationships with hair and the cultural implications that come with it.

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