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Heatwave hair tamers

Natasha Wella Professionals

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With the sunny weather looking like it’s here to stay, your clients will want as much protection as they cant get to keep their hair looking shiny and glossy. We spoke to the Wella Professionals Educators to discuss their suggestions for tackling heatwave hair.
During the summer, your clients will notice that their hair needs as much care as their skin. They suggest Sun Protection Spray which works to protect the hair against UV rays whilst hydrating through a Vitamin C complex. Nice one! If your clients need extra hydration, Wella’s educator of the year Fergal Doyle, recommends the INVIGO Nutri-Enrich range which contains goji berries and promises to nourish dry and damager hair.
If humidity is a concern for your clients, let them know about EIMI Shape Me; Wella’s 48-hour shape memory hair gel. The formula features a heat-activated gel which keeps hair looking good for longer, keeping it in shape despite the humidity! Lock all this in with the EIMI Shimmer Delight Shine Spray to reduce frizz and you may have given your clients the perfect remedy to keep their hair looking and feeling good through the hot weather.

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