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Selena Gomez After Swimming — How To Protect Your Hair

Tue, January 20, 2015 12:13pm EDT by Dory Larrabee Add first Comment

Swimming is an amazing, low-impact exercise that’s great for people of all ages and skill levels. Unfortunately, pool chlorine (and salt water) can wreak havoc on your hair. Here’s how to save your stands!

Selena Gomez, 22, is starting 2015 off on a healthy note, getting (even more) in shape by swimming! Her strands looked pretty and healthy in a Jan. 14 selfie — here’s how you can have amazing hair post-pool, just like Selena!

Selena Gomez Swimming Selfie

Selena Gomez’s Swimming Selfie — Protect Your Hair At The Pool

Selena posted this stunning photo on her Instagram on Jan. 14, writing: “Swim, shower, script then studio ☺️ have a great day erbody #face.”

Her face looked amazing and her hair was wet but still looked healthy and strong.

Prevent Hair From Damage While Swimming

If you love to swim like Selena, make sure you pick up the Philip Kingsley Swimcap. It’s amazing for the pool and the beach, because it protects against UV rays, chlorine, salt water, and wind!

Mermaid Mane Sea Salt Spray

It prevents dyed hair from fading and blonde hair from turning green in chlorine (this is a very real fear of mine).

The leave-in deep conditioning treatment was actually developed per request of the United States Olympic Synchronized Swimming team, so you know it’s approved and used by experts!

Just apply evenly through damp hair before swimming and shower it out after you’re done. It will prevent and protect your hair from damage!

To get the perfect beachy wave after you’re done swimming, get our favorite texture spray — the Mermaid Mane Sea Salt Spray! Salt spray pumps up thin or fine strands and gives curls definition and shape.

Do you like swimming like Selena, HollywoodLifers? Will you try to get her beachy waves?

— Dory Larrabee-Zayas