Spring Hair Care Do’s And Don’ts
If you are having bad hair days more frequently than normal lately, it could be the weather. When transitioning from winter’s cold, dry air to spring’s wet, rainy days, our hair can begin looking unmanageable, frizzy, or just plain flat. If this sounds all too familiar, it’s time you change your hair care routine and take a seasonal approach to managing your mane.
With that in mind, we are going to take a look at some spring hair care do’s and don’ts that will leave your hair healthy, manageable, and beautiful again:
Hair Care Dos
Wash Your Hair Regularly- washing your hair regularly is a good way to ensure that your scalp and hair is free of dirt and excess oil. This dirt and oil can weigh your hair down, making it look dull, greasy, and flat.
Use Chemical Free Shampoos- avoid chemical-laden shampoos when washing your hair. Instead, opt for an organic hemp oil shampoo and conditioner which will leave your hair cleaner and more manageable.
Dry Your Hair Naturally- avoid blow drying your hair if possible as the excess heat of the hair dryer can damage your hair. Air drying or towel drying after shampooing is the best way to go.
Use A Wide-Toothed Comb- when your hair is wet, it is prone to breakage. Let it air dry and then use a wide-toothed comb to brush your hair and prevent damage.
Trim Your Hair Regularly- trimming your hair every 6-8 weeks is a good way to get rid of split ends and ensure healthy hair.
Drink More Water- drinking water not only hydrates your body’s insides, but it also hydrates your scalp and hair.
Hair Care Don’ts
Hot Showers- avoid taking hot showers as the hot water can strip your scalp of its natural oils, leaving your scalp leaving it dry and flaky.
Stress- reduce the amount of stress in your life and your hair will look and feel healthier than ever.
Chemicals- chemicals from dying, perming and other hair treatments can disrupt hair growth and lead to hair fall.
Hair Styling Products- avoid using straighteners, blow dryers, and curlers for prolonged periods as it can change your hair’s texture, making it dry and prone to breakage.
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