Summertime is commonly a favorite season, especially in Indiana where the winters are brutal and springtime is filled with rain. However, if you have curly hair, summertime might not be as enjoyable for you as it is for your straight-haired friends. Your hair is about to be assaulted with heat and humidity for months, causing frizz, dryness, and unhappy hair. At DeWeese Design Salon, Inc., we’re here to help our curly-haired friends have vibrant, luscious curls all summer long with a great routine and little help from our DevaCurl products!

Caring for Curly Hair in Summer

Summer Routine

Having the right professional products for your curls is imperative all year long; but in the summer, it’s even more important. Also, it’s a good idea to keep your washing and moisturizing routine as consistent as possible to keep your curls looking their best even as the temperatures and humidity rise. At DeWeese, we use DevaCurl products because they are specifically designed and formulated for curly hair.


We all know the importance of hydrating throughout the summer. We understand that drinking water is important for the health of our bodies and skin. However, did you know that your water intake is also affecting your hair? Drinking lots and lots of water during the summer months will help you maintain your moisture to avoid drying out those luscious curls.

UV Protection

Finally, you wouldn’t spend all day in the sun without protecting your skin from the sun’s rays, so don’t forget to also protect your hair. Find natural products that are silicone-free to help protect your hair from the effects of the sun while also locking in those curls. DevaCurl is a product line free of sulfates, silicone, and parabens that moisturizes without weighing down your curls.

This summer, help your curls be the best they can be with help from the DevaCurl experts at DeWeese Design Salon, Inc. We’re located in Plainfield, and we look forward to working with you and your specific type of curls. Contact us today at (317) 271-8000 to schedule an appointment.

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