Get ready for Summer with Suntouched!

I have lived my entire life on the East Coast, and after many months of cold weather during the year, I’m eager to have long days and warm weather back in my life. To me, the Summer season feels like a long lasting holiday. Obviously, I’m a big fan of sunshine, and I love to get myself excited about the season ahead. I tend to start getting myself “summer-ready” mid-Spring, as a way to take my mind off of seasonal allergies (which happen to be much worse in NYC this year)! Suntouched hair lightening products have been an integral part of my summer-ready routine. I use the Suntouched Hair Lightener for Dark Hair to give myself easy, natural-looking highlights that make me look like I’ve spent hours soaking under the sun.

The Suntouched hair lightener is a game-changer! The formula is gentle, allowing you to use it every day if you want faster results for lightening your hair. I love that it is a subtle change, accentuating your natural hair rather than changing it completely. I use the Suntouched Toning Blue Mask in conjunction with the hair lightener to get my perfect sun-kissed hair shade. The toning mask phases out any brassiness, neutralizing any orange-hued tones that may come from lightening darker hair.

Not only do I love Suntouched products, but I’m a big fan of the company itself. CEO and founder of Suntouched, Charlotte St-Germain, is a certified Spiritual & Life Purpose coach. Suntouched recently launched The Sunseeker Way: Daily Rituals For Your Best Life, a course spanning 21-days involving various rituals, meditations, movement, and actionable plans to implement in your daily life. The Sunseeker Way is free with the purchase of any Suntouched products. I’m using The Sunseeker Way to launch myself into the best summer ever!


Get the Suntouched Hair Lightener and Toning Blue Mask here 

Hannah Kadyrov

Hannah Kadyrov is a native New Yorker and first generation American. You can most often find her scouring a flea market in search .925 silver and vintage denim, visiting Brighton Beach to get a taste of nostalgic Russian delicacies, taking her cat on a walk in Central Park, or at the MET. She is an adventurous foodie and will never say no to a new taste. Hannah studied Fine Arts at The Fashion Institute of Technology before spending the next few years working different roles in Print Publishing and Advertising. Her current focus is reading as much as possible and writing about anything and everything.

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