Pool Side Reading: 4 Summer Hair Books to Read and Relax with
Since the weather is nice outside (depending on where you live), why not embrace it and go outside by the pool, where you’ll be able to soak up some sunshine and read a good book?
Learning fashion tips and tricks and other great pointers on how to take care of your locks is always a good idea, and the best way to learn more information about how to style and take care of your hair is from professionals who live and breathe beauty every single day.
Written by Robert Vetica with inserts from names you might recognize, Debra Messing and Salma Hayek, this book offers how to suggestions on how to style your hair. With step by step instructions, readers will learn how to do their own hairstyles or instruct their hairstylist how to do a particular style. Learn secrets and techniques on how to style your hair like celebrities and models style their hair every single day.
Want to embrace your inner Marilyn Monroe? Check out vintage hairstyles and learn how to style your hair with vintage styles like a pro. Author Belinda Hay seamlessly shows her readers how to achieve the perfect vintage retro hairdos “with step-by-step instructions, tips, techniques, and detailed photographs. This resource to recreating hairstyles from the 1930s to the 1960s puts retro glamour right at readers’ fingertips.” – via Amazon.com
Everyone wants to know the secret to growing out their hair at a faster rate and achieving shiny and longer looking locks. Of course there are quality hair extensions, but along with hair extensions it’s still nice to grow out your own locks simultaneously.
Author Jenny Perry offers tips on how to keep your hair healthy and happy while providing biology about your hair so you can understand what your hair is all about. Learn what products are best to use on your hair and how you can help improve your hair on a daily basis, which will lead to longer and healthier looking locks.
Amazon.com says it best when they describe the book Thank God I’m Natural by Chris Tia-Donaldson: “Thank God I’m Natural: The Ultimate Guide to Caring for and Maintaining Natural Hair has been hailed by Essence magazine as “The Natural Hair Bible” and for good cause. Inside the 200 plus natural hair-care guide are product tips for natural hair, homemade hair care recipes and myths about going natural that author and Harvard law graduate Chris-Tia Donaldson debunks. The book, which features the advice from celebrity stylists who have worked with Jill Scott, Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu and others, helps women of all ages properly transition from relaxed to natural hair.”
If you have black hair that’s natural feel free to embrace it! This book will definitely offer great advice on how to do just that and will also offer other tips such as finding great recipes and styling your hair naturally at the same time.
Now that you have some books for summer reading, it’s time to head to the pool! Just don’t forget to protect your locks from the sun by either covering them up with a hat or spraying on some spray that will protect your locks. It’s fun to read by the water and enjoy the nice weather and we’ve got some great reading material for you to check out while you’re relaxing!