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Make Your Sunny Summer Hair Last!

 
Labor Day may be right around the corner, but that doesn’t mean you have to kiss your easy, breezy hair buh-bye. We’ve got teeny, tiny tricks to keep your hair vacay-gorgeous for the next few months. Phew!
 
Sport a Low-Key Style
Low-maintenance ’dos don’t have to disappear when your tan fades. Bouncy ponytails and braids are still h-o-t for fall. To keep it fresh, rock a super-high, cheerleader-inspired pony with a bright elastic or a way loose braid.
 
Sail Away with Scented Treats
Oh boy! Suave’s Ocean Breeze hair products remind us of lazy summers spent by the shore. The best part? It’s crazy-cheap, which means you get that sand-between-your-toes vibe for practically pennies.
 

Suave Naturals Ocean Breeze, $4, drugstore.com
 
Soak up Major Moisture
All that sun and saltwater may be dreamy, but it can leave your locks slightly scarred. We dig Lush’s R&B for a quick fix on split ends (sans scissor). Eventually, you’re gonna have to get in the stylist’s chair for a BTS cut but, for now, some serious hydration will do the trick. Kick it by the pool for us, OK?
 

Lush R&B, $19, lushusa.com
 
Snip a Crop
Shorter hair is a signature of summer (hello, it keeps ya cool!). But Emma Watson’s brand-new pixie proves that petite locks have major staying power. Chat up your stylist about which cropped chop is most flattering on your fab face.
 
Save Your Color
Got highlights that are fading fast? Use a way gentle shampoo to nourish your hair and avoid further stripping the color. Follow it up with a deep conditioner to avoid straw-like strands.
 

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