The beauty paired up with Eyal Booker, but has so far been unsuccessful in finding romance.
And some ITV2 fans have been convinced recently that she’s been suffering a beauty blunder lately – as they’ve noticed her hair has turned green.
Anabel Kingsley, Trichologist at Philip Kingsley shares her wisdom about Hayley’s hair, and how fans can avoid a similar issue when away on holiday – here are her tips…
What’s the cause and how to avoid it
Due to copper content, pool water can turn blonde hair green.
To prevent this, avoid submerging your hair in the water, wear a plastic swim cap or use the Philip Kingsley Swimcap Cream (£17 for 75ml).
This was originally formulated for the Olympic Synchronized Swimming Team and it protects the hair whilst giving it a moisturising treatment at the same time. Applying a water-resistant cream that contains a UV filter will help prevent colour change when you’re in the sun or swimming in the sea or pool.
However, even some colour change to hair will take place – albeit minimal. To additionally prevent colour change, wear wide-brimmed hat or sit under a beach umbrella. When styling try a salt-free styling spray that nourishes hair.
Are some hair types more vulnerable in the sun?
Hair that is already damaged or processed will be more vulnerable to sun damage.
This also applies to the mid-lengths and ends of long hair, which is weaker simply because it has been there for longer (and has probably already been through a few summers).
Is there anything we can use post-sun to limit or repair damage?
I always recommend using a hydrating hair mask during and also after a summer holiday. UV rays, salt water and chlorinated water can weaken the hair’s protein structure. This makes strands drier, less elastic, less manageable and easily broken.
Using a weekly mask will address all of these issues. They increase the hair’s moisture content to improve lost elasticity and manageability. They will also smooth the cuticle to restore shine.
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