When you dream about summer, you might picture laying out on a sandy beach, reading the books you haven’t had the chance to get to (or a giant stack of fashion magazines), sipping a colorful tropical drink with an umbrella, letting go and letting your long hair down to allow the salty air to create the perfect surfer waves.
There’s only one flaw in this picture, and it’s not the inevitability that sand will get into your books and drink- it’s the salt air plus your hair.
We use enough hair products on a daily basis in even the most normal of weather to know that it would take a styling miracle or some super glue to save our strands from the salt air.
The shelves of drugstores and salons are overflowing with products that claim to control frizz and tame humidity; maybe some products work.
How many products will you have to try to even find one that works? You certainly can’t trust the labels on the bottles, and product reviews, though insightful, don’t take into account that all women’s hair is different.
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