There are plenty of ladies who asked me the same questions. “How to take care of hair when I need to swim that often”?

The fact is… ladies swimmer can have beautiful hair as well!!

Before getting into the pool you should be sure that your hair has been properly cut. Damaged ends in your hair can easily become worse in the water. By getting a haircut you can get these ends removed so that it will be easier for you to get your hair taken care of for swimming.

Getting your hair saturated is also helpful for preparing to get into the pool. Using water with conditioner on your hair can help. With this your hair will be properly saturated so that it will be harder for chlorinated water to keep from getting into your hair. Your hair will be well protected with this process.

When in the water you will need to keep your hair in place. The use of a hair cap will be important. This is due to how your hair could get in the way when swimming. It helps to get your hair wet with water from outside of the pool before putting a cap on. This is so that it will be easier for your hair to be able to fit into the cap.

If your hair is not long enough for the use of a swim cap it will help to at least do something to keep it intact. The use of a swim ponytail band can help out. A swim band will help to keep your hair in place while in the water without falling off.

After you get out of the water you should wash your hair with shampoo as soon as you can. This is so the chlorine in the water will not cause your hair to get damaged. The use of a comb on your hair will be important too so that you can be sure that strands of your hair do not stick together.

It will help to get all of these processes handled for your hair before swimming. You can get your hair properly protected when you have it cut and saturated. The use of a swim cap will be a necessity when in the water too. Be sure to keep your hair washed after getting out of the pool as well.

The author, Tan Jian Yong, is the founder of largest swimming lessons provider in Singapore – Happy Fish Swim School. By 2008, the swimming school has successfully taught more than 5000 students in from not knowing how to swim to swimming gracefully. For more information regarding lady swimming lessons, please visit

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