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Summer Haircare Tips from Celebrity Stylist Larry Sims

Celebrity hair stylist Larry Sims' work speaks for itself -- Gabrielle Union's sleek tresses; Tracee Ellis Ross's unruly curls; Lupita Nyong'o's tapered natural; and Zendaya's ever-changing mane. Sims, a former dancer and choreographer, is also the star of his own raucous reality show on Bravo, Invite Only Cabo.

Larry Sims
To get you ready to sit pretty pool-and-beach-side, we asked the Los Angeles-based hair guru for a few summer hair care tips and product picks.

1. The healthiest way of wearing your hair is embracing your natural texture without using any heat. Use styling products the got2b kinkier collection to add shine and bounce to you curls.
Product pick: Long-lasting curl definition doesn’t have to come at the expense of flirty, finger-twirl-able locks. got2b kinkier gloss ‘n define curling mousse gives moveable and weightless hold for touchable feel and shiny bouncy looking curls while helping to control unruly frizz. Give curls the ultimate boost with this luxurious mousse. Work into towel-dried hair for jaw-dropping ringlets. 
$5.99; available at mass retailers

2. Always use a good heat protectant if you have to use heat. Hot tools should also not surpass 375 degrees.
Product pick: In a world where women battle with heat styling appliances daily, it’s reassuring to know that divine intervention is now available from göt2b guardian angel flat iron balm. Developed with heavenly hair in mind, göt2b unlocks the secret to superior heat protection plus advanced styling support. Each product is formulated with an innovative patented heat-activated polymer technology that delivers proven 425°F 
heat protection with a glossy finish. $5.99; available at mass retailers

3. Do a regular moisturize mask treatment once a week to make sure hair stays hydrated!
Product pick: Schwarzkopf GLISS Ultra Moisture Anti-Breakage Treatment contains a special complex of Keratin Care-19 Complex and penetrates deep into your hair for softness and shine, with up to 95% less hair breakage. $5.99; available at mass retailers

4.  Use shampoos with natural oils and keratin and don’t shampoo your hair on a daily basis, which can strip your hair of oil. If you have buildup, try to rinse and condition. 
Product picks: Long hair brushes against your shoulders or back leaving it weak: often breaking it. To keep hair soft and healthy-looking it needs intense care that deeply restores from length to tip. GLISS™ Oil Nutritive Shampoo & Conditioner is a non-greasy formula with eight beauty oils and Keratin that only nourishes the hair, but also deeply repairs stressed hair structure, for fewer split ends.

Schwarzkopf Stylist Tip:
· Rinse with cool water to close the cuticle locking in the caring ingredients provided by this sublime repair conditioner.
· For a deeper treatment use GLISS™ Oil Nutritive Split-End Serum after conditioning.
$5.99; available at mass retailers

5. Don’t go too long without trimming your split and dead ends. The quicker you let them go the healthier and fuller your hair will be. 

Schwarzkopf GLISS Hair Repair Oil Nutritive Split-End Serum
This non-greasy formula with eight Beauty Oils & Keratin not only nourishes the hair, but also deeply repairs stressed hair structure, for fewer split ends. Long hair brushes against your shoulders or back leaving it weak, often breaking it. To keep hair soft and healthy-looking, it needs intense care that deeply restores from length to tip.

Key Benefits:
·   Deep hair repair without weighing hair down
·   Up to 90% fewer split ends*
·   Touchably soft and shiny hair
$5.99; available at mass retailers



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