Ask The Experts: 4 Ways to Combat Humidity at Outdoor Festivals

Often referred to as “Edward Scissorhands,” Edward Tricomi is known for his dry-hair precision hair cutting and preserving the health of hair. On the heels of introducing a Warren-Tricomi at XpresSpa at LaGuardia Airport, while managing his NY salons, he shares his decades of hair care experience with us to help us preserve our strands this summer.

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“Anytime that you have natural hair and it gets heavy and there isn’t much you can do to stop from shrinking but you can use products that are anti-humidity within them,” says Edward Tricomi, Master Stylist and Co-Founder of Warren-Tricomi Salons. “Try, L'Oreal Paris EverSleek Humidity Defying Leave-In Crème for better control.”

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“Using argan oil is great because it coats your hair and helps it from shrinking from the humidity,” says Tricomi.

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If your hair is already sun damaged, try glazing it to re-pygmentize your strands. A glaze coats the shaft of your hair with shine and semi-permanent color.

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“The best way to protect your hair from sun damage is to wear a hat and wear products that have UV protection,” says Tricomi. "And, if you’re worried about chlorine, wear a bathing cap as much as you can and try not to get your hair wet at all.”


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