I can’t count the many times I decided NOT to workout because I just got my hair done didn’t want my new hairstyle to sweat out. Especially my edges and we all know those are the first to lose in the battle with hair and exercising. Take a note of the tips that will help your edges win a victory over sweating exercising.
Protect your hair from the sweat!
Protecting your hair as much as possible is a must. If you have long hair try placing it in a high ponytail or bun it the best method. If your hair isn’t long enough to pull back, protective styles such as twists and braids are strongly advised. Use a scarf or headband around the edges of your hair. Use stay dry athletic gear around your edges or hair because the more you sweat the puffier your edges will become.
Allow your hair to dry after workout.
To avoid getting extremely frizzy hair allow your hair to completely dry before taking off the scarf and head-gear. If you are in a rush use the blow dryer on cool setting to help seed the process.
Make a schedule.
Washing your hair everyday as well as sweating everyday from workouts can be detrimental to your hair. IT can become very brittle and will dry it out. Make a schedule of your workout days and appoint a day for a wash. You should wash your hair once a week. If you feel you may need more, a good dry shampoo is simple, fast, effective solution.
Workout in cooler climates.
Working out in cooler climates will help reduce the amount that your sweat into your hair. Refrain from running outdoors during midday in the summer because the heat intensity can be too much for your hair. Try to go running earlier in the day just before the sun sets.
Health before hair.
You should never sacrifice a good workout and staying healthy because of your hair. Keeping a good routine can allow you to have a healthy mind. Working out also promotes hair growth. So make sure your maintain a good diet.