Simple, Superb Hair for Summer

Healthy Hair Tips from Expert Stylist, Nunzio Saviano

Those wicked winter months we just escaped have robbed our skin and hair from its luster, health and radiance. . So there’s no better time to refresh and reconnect with beautiful, dreamy hair to emphasize sun-kissed skin and an invigorated style attitude.

Expert stylist, Nunzio Saviano can transform anyone’s weather look with his magical hands, and advice for summer, which he offers here.

Trim It

Shed the winter wardrobe, and damage. “I can’t stress how important this is. Cutting, trimming and dusting, whichever you prefer to call it, is vital in keeping hair healthy from root to tip. In fact, not taking care of split ends can result in damage that moves up the hair shaft.” Chop, chop friends!

Shampoo More Frequently

“Instead of thinking of it as shampooing your hair, think of it as cleaning your scalp,” remarks Nunzio. Just as you clean your face regularly, you need to clean your hair. Wash your hair every other day or third day at most. Never go a week without shampooing your hair! While soaping up, try to give yourself a scalp massage. Massaging helps increase blood flow to the scalp, which is the best thing for the hair follicle. Remember, a clean scalp leads to healthy hair.”

Brush Up on Brushing

“Women don’t brush their hair as often as they should and some don’t do it correctly. When you brush your hair you should always make sure it touches your scalp, do not just brush the ends. It’s also very important to invest in a good brush like a Mason Pearson or natural hair brush. Bottom line, brushing should be done on a daily basis to disperse hair oils and keep hair healthy and strong.”


Award-winning stylist Nunzio is the proprietor of his namesake salon on the Upper East Side in NYC. This intimate, inviting full-service salon offers services including cut, color and treatments ranging from professional Kerastase services and the latest non-toxic smoothing innovations.

For more information, click HERE to check out his website.