The Best Sun Protection Products For Your Hair

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Are you looking for some great sun protection sprays for your hair this summer? We know it can be difficult to come out of the pool or the ocean waters with limp and stringy hair. The sun can also lighten and dry out the hair while the harmful UV rays can be dangerous to the scalp. We are here to help! Here are the best sun protection products for your hair that you should try this summer!

1. Sun Bum Texturizing/ Sea Spray

One of the eco-friendliest sun protection products for your hair is the Sun Bum Texturizing/ Sea Spray. Sun Bum is known for making products specially made to withstand the dangers of the sun. The spray adds texture, body, and waves to your hair for that effortless beachy windswept look. With offices in California and Florida, they have created products with a consciousness of the wearer and of the environment. The spray is cruelty free, vegan, gluten free, color safe, paraben free, phthalate free, and UV-protecting. It is usually sprayed onto damp hair.


2. Clarins Sunscreen Care Oil Spray Broad Spectrum SPF

The Clarins Sunscreen Care Oil Spray is one of the most versatile sun protection products for your hair. The spray provides UV-protection and can be used on the skin and on the hair to protect against the sun while encouraging an even tan and silky hair. It is water-resistant and non-greasy, so you can wear it in and out of the water without having to apply it again. The product is dermatological tested and does not contain any parabens, sulfates, or phthalates. Apply onto dry hair and skin.


3. TIGI Bed Head Beach Bound Protection Spray for Coloured Hair

The TIGI Bed Head Beach Bound Protection Spray is a must on your list of sun protection products for your hair. Specially created for coloured hair in mind, the spray protects against UV-damage and keeps the colour vibrant. The spray can also be used as a leave-in heat protection spray against any heat or humidity. It is made with sunflower seed oil and grapefruit extract that leaves your hair feeling smooth and silky to the touch. You can apply it onto dry or damp hair.


4. Nuxe Sun Moisturising Protective Milky Oil for Hair

The Nuxe Sun Moisturising Protective Milky Oil is a wonderful addition of sun protection products for your hair. The oil combines within it three types of UV-protected sunscreens and some rice protein which will prevent scalp damage. It is also nourishing to the hair with its mix of coconut oil, kau pe flowers and hyacinth oleoactive. The oil provides the wearer with a luxurious scent of flowers and a lightweight feel to their hair that can be worn wet or dry.

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5. Aveda Sun Care Protective Hair Veil

The Aveda Sun Care Protective Hair Veil is one of the finest sun protection products for your hair. Aveda cosmetics company is known for their cruelty-free production and their use of natural plant and flower essences to perfume their products. Using their own blended aroma, they have combined organic ylang ylang, cistus and neroli for a flowery scent. The mist is lightweight, offers UV- protection and prevents against damage. Wintergreen and cinnamon bark oils also prevent the hair from drying out. Apply the mist onto dry or damp hair and reapply after wetness.


6. BUMBLE AND BUMBLE Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil Heat & UV Protective Primer

This BUMBLE AND BUMBLE primer is a must-have and last on the list of sun protection products for your hair. The oil is used for pre-styling needs and acts as a primer before you apply any other products onto the hair. It conditions dry and coarse hair with coconut oil, macadamia nut oil, almond oil, argan oil, safflower oil, and grapeseed oil. Combined with UV-protection, the oil is made to keep your hair shiny and bouncy even in the sun. The product is made cruelty-free and does not contain parabens, formaldehydes, mineral oil, or phthalates. Apply on wet hair to style or dry hair to refresh.

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