After a dry season of chapped lips and applying heaps of moisturizer to try and save your skin we’re finally rounding the corner to more favorite weather, which also means better conditions for your hair! After spending the last few months combating frizz and static we’re all looking forward to more seamless styles. However, before we go from winter to spring there are a few hair care changes we’ll need to make to reset our winter hair routine.
Out With The Old
Spring cleaning doesn’t just apply to the dust bunnies hiding under your couch. The change in season is an ideal time to toss products that are past their prime. By getting in the habit of reviewing what’s in your beauty cabinet, you can ensure the formulas you’re relying on actually do their job.
The idea of spring cleaning shouldn’t only focus on your products. By now — after a season of hats and dry shampoo — your scalp and strands are probably in need of a detox as well. If strands have been feeling sluggish, try adding a clarifying shampoo to your routine at least once a week to begin. Then as the season progresses you can cut back as needed. On shower days when you’re not using a clarifying cleaner, aim to brush your strands and focus on the scalp to invigorate the area and slough off any dry patches. The more focus you place on your scalp health the better results you’ll see within your style.
Give Your Hair Color a Boost
Heat styling and regular cleansing can cause color to prematurely fade. To combat this add products to your shower routine that tone color between appointments, you'll be able to improve the look and finish of your shade and extend the longevity of your color. .
Fall In Love With Styling Again
We’ve all been addicted to air-drying the past few seasons, but with inspiration everywhere (especially on the heels of fashion week) learning how to style your hair quickly and with new focus is in demand. From bodacious blowouts to undone waves, help ease the transition by treating yourself to a few very helpful products this season.