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Hot, Hot Hair in the Hot, Hot Heat

May 15, 2009

After this tough-to-deal with winter here in Toronto, we at Blonde are looking ever so forward to the summer. Flip-flops, sundresses, tanks and shorts are screaming to be let out of our closets. Bikinis and swim trunks await their time in the sun (literally and figuratively).

While everyone is used to the routine of protecting their skin from the sun, what about hair? Think about it; how many summers have ended in your previously shiny locks turning into a frizzy mop? A few more than you want to remember, right? We have a few solutions for you…

Enter stage right, the Kérastase Soleil collection: an assortment of sun care products, 3 of which are designed to protect your hair during that afternoon on the beach. Gelée Aqua Proof offers a UV filter and ceramide to protect hair from water additives like chlorine and salt. It’s the hair gel that saves your tresses while giving you a light hold with that sleek, wet look that’s perfect for your day in the sun.

Micro-Voile Protecteur combines shine polymer and mineral oil with a photo-defense filter to protect against those harmful UV’s. It gives you anti-humidity and anti-frizz protection with a spray that dries to a barely-there finish.

Need more protection? Try the Crème UV Défense Active. All the protection of Micro-Voile with an extra UV filter to protect your colour and make your hair less vulnerable to elements like sun and wind.

Combine these with Kérastase Soleil’s shampoos, treatments and restorative conditioners and you and your hair are set to brave the hot, hot heat. To purchase any of these products, or for more information, feel free to call or visit the salon. For more information on these great Kérastase Paris products, check out the website at

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