Your wardrobe shouldn’t be the only thing that you are transitioning now that Spring is here. According to beauty experts, your hair care regimen should so change with the seasons to ensure that you are providing the best care to your beautiful tresses. Believe it or not, the cold weather takes a toll on your tresses, at Hair Intensity we think it's time to prepare your hair to brave the humidity.
Choose the Right Hair Care Products
Choosing the right hair care products has the power to make or break how good your hair looks this spring. No doubt, there are a plethora of product options available which makes it difficult to determine what products will work best for your hair type. Regardless of what type of hair you have, it’s, tresses need to be hydrated especially as the weather warms. Selecting products that provide moisture and helps fight against humidity.
Hair Intensity has formulated pills for stronger hair which when taken consistently will help strengthen your hair follicles. Hair pills can aid in growth especially when combined with hair growth oil.
Don’t Forget A Springtime Trim
Start things off right, by getting a trim. Winter’s cold air has a tendency to dry out your precious strands which means it’s most likely taken a toll on your ends. The best way to get rid of split ends is to chop them off. Ridding your hair of split ends is effective at reducing breakage and it eliminates flyaways. While you may lose some inches your hair will be much healthier.
Do Your Best to Avoid Heat
You’ll want to avoid heat at all costs especially as the weather gets warmer. The heat from the sun does have an impact on your tresses and the tools you use to style your hair can cause further damage. On the days you decide to use a heated styling tool such as a flat iron or blow dryer be sure to use a heat protectant. Opt for hairstyles that don’t require heat or using alternative styling tools such as rollers and curling rods.
Prepare for the Rainy Days
Everyone knows that spring brings showers. Make it easier on yourself and prevent humidity and frizz from ruining your hair by wearing rain friendly hairstyles. Ponytails, buns and even braids are great stylish rain friendly hairstyles.
Are you ready for spring? While your hair doesn’t define you it does enhance your personality. Therefore, you’ll want to make sure that your hair is in the best condition.