Don't weigh down your load.
Headed out of town? You may be tempted to empty your entire hair care and styling arsenal into your suitcase before heading to the airport. Before you do, allow us to offer an alternative. If you limit your packing list to just the essentials for your hair, you not only save space in your bag (you know, so you can squeeze in a few more swimsuits and sundresses), but you can also lighten your load and travel more comfortably. Sounds like a double win to us! To that end, we're sharing three travel-friendly L'Oreal Professionnel products that should snag an invitation on your getaway.
Serie Expert Inforcer Brush Proof
Between all that sun, salt water and chlorine, your hair is bound to get knotty. To help ward off damage and prevent unwanted breakage, spray Serie Expert Inforcer Brush Proof directly onto your brush before stroking your mane. Compatible with all hair types, this spray helps detangle difficult knots and leaves behind coveted smoothness.
Serie Expert Nutrifier Overnight Mask
Fun in the sun doesn't come without its consequences to your hair. To help keep your hair looking and feeling its best during your vacation, incorporate an overnight mask into your evening routine. This particular formula-ideal for dry, undernourished hair-can deliver softer, suppler, and shinier hair come morning that's also easier to style. To use, apply a golf ball-sized amount of product evenly through dry hair before bed.
Wild Stylers Next Day Hair
Let's face it: Nobody wants to be cooped up indoors styling their hair to perfection while on vacation when there's so many outdoor activities to enjoy. To save time on your style, embrace the tousled next-day hair look. All you have to do? Spritz this dry finishing spray onto your strands for disheveled-looking locks with a discrete and natural touch. For a little extra bit of volume, apply Next Day Hair onto the root area as well. Easy, peasy!
Editor's note: All of these products are travel size friendly! (Next Day Hair is available as a mini). Better safe than sorry, right?