Here is Anthony’s take on how to start summer with tangle-free hair as seen on popsugar.com.au
If you’ve been thinking about snipping your strands and rocking a new ‘do, there’s no better time than just before Summer.
Spring is the season for ridding your body of all Winter nasties, re-jigging your ways and revamping your wardrobe. Summer however, is for refreshing your look, and what better way than by bidding farewell to your split ends and starting fresh with a healthy cut?
It’s easing back into that time of year where the weather gets sticky and humid, and your hair spends copious amounts of time in the sun and by the sea. One thing we feel adamant about is hair maintenance needn’t interfere with your holiday fun.
Scroll below for five reason to lop your locks and start Summer with tangle-free tresses.
1. You spend much more time by the sea: You’re finally able to ditch your Winter wardrobe and tuck back into your Summer stash. Having shorter hair means you can embrace an air dry, rather than tackling your strands with a hair-dryer. Award winning international hair stylist, Anthony Nader, shares with us, “Fresh ends are a must for Summer, they’re so much more manageable and it’s best to rid your split ends to avoid further damage from the sun. If anything, a baby trim to tie you over.”
2. Summer fitness made easier: If you’re a workout junkie, you’ll be sure to appreciate a shorter cut over a heavy head of hair during sweaty seasons. Feel fresh and light, rather than being weighed down — the post-workout wash will feel a breeze in comparison too.
3. New season, new you: The best part of Summer is being able to redefine your style and start afresh. From new beauty picks to haircuts, you’ll kick off 2017 feeling utterly fresh.
4. Lower maintenance: Who needs the woes of hair hassles during the carefree months of Summer? Not us. We’re all for a healthy chop to ease your beauty routine and embrace an effortless look.
5. Short hair is the 2017 hair trend: Jump the gun and beat the trend before it kicks off in 2017. Shorter cuts with bangs are coming our way, so why not get in there first?
By Jessica Arrowsmith for popsugar.com.au