With warmer weather & rain arriving and beach season just around the corner, it’s time for a new set of hair problems to arrive. The change in weather sees a shift from hair that’s dry and damaged from the harshness of winter to locks that have to deal with humidity, friction and overexposure to heat & sun.
Pantene Pro-V Consulting Stylist Justin German and Principal Stylist Dr. Rolanda Wilkerson have broken down the season’s biggest hair issues and have put together a “haircast” to help you deal with these! For me, frizz is my biggest hair dilemma once the warmer weather hits. Once I step outside into a humid setting my hair goes poof, for lack of a better word. I’m definitely going to be tossing the Smooth Serum with Argan Oil into my bag to help keep my hair calm and relatively normal looking this summer!
What are your biggest hair issues now that the seasons have started changing? Want a little help dealing with them? My friends at Pantene Pro-V and I are coming to the rescue! I’m going to be giving away a set of all the haircast products mentioned above along with a $25 Loblaws gift card so you can keep your hair looking flawless this season. There are two ways to enter to win (enter both ways for double the chances! Make sure you’re following me so I can DM you if you win!):
- Instagram – Check out my must-have haircast product post here! Regram this image and let me know what your biggest weather-related hair dilemma is. Make sure you tag myself and @pantenehair and use the hashtags #haircast and #beautyunited to be entered!
- Twitter – Share your most annoying weather-related hair dilemma with me in a tweet! Tag myself and @pantene and use the hashtags #haircast and #beautyunited to be entered!
I’ll be selecting and contacting the winner on May 9th. Please note that the winner will have 24 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. Good luck everyone! If you’re not on Instagram or Twitter, don’t worry – I’ll have more giveaways coming soon for you to enter!
What’s your number one weather-related hair issue?