When it comes to drying your hair, natural air drying is always advised but when it’s winter season who wants to leave their hair to air-dry in the cold season? we always opt for hair dryers, curling irons, flat irons and hot combs.
Using hair dryer and hot combs seem to be the best options to styling your hair when running errands or going to work, but the heat they produce can cause damage to hair. This is why finding the right heat protecting hair products is very crucial for your haircare routine.
It’s time to invest in heat protectants products and they range from oil, spray, lotion and many more. They also come in varied formulas from protecting your hair from excessive heat, renewing hair oils, mane-boosting vitamins, protection from dangerous UV rays to protecting your hair colour from fading there is something to meet every needs.
Say for example your hair is prone to knots or tangling, the use of Redken Heat Styling Satinwear 04 Prepping Blow-Dry Lotion is your go to. This product does not only protect your hair from heat damage, it also has the power to detangle knotty hair.
Are you prone to dull-looking hair? I will recommend The Olaplex No.7 Bonding Oil that transforms dull dry hair into a glossy mane and protects against thermal aggressors. A verified buyer who reviewed this product said: “I bleached my hair myself and broke a lot of it off and had to have it cut and so to avoid any further breakage I bought this as I have found the only products that save my hair to be Olaplex. This stuff is incredible. You’d never know I damaged my hair and I think the bottle is going to last forever, you barely need much at all. It is expensive to buy but when you consider how effective it is and how long this bottle will last you then the cost is actually cheap.”
So, with all been said done we’ve rounded up the top 12 thermal hair protectors from the likes of GHD, Aussie, Redken e.t.c. These haircare products do not only protect against scorching temperatures, they also condition, nourish and tame frizz.
Check them out below: