Post Summer Hair . Aie!

April 14, 2020

Post Summer Hair . Aie!

1. Go Warmer

Natural hair is lighter in the summer and slightly darker during the cold season, which means your dyed hair could definitely use a bit of a touch up. Experiment with caramel and golden hues if you’re blonde as these will give your, by now probably slightly paler, complexion a fresh glow or opt for natural-looking high and low-lights if you’re a brunette.


2. Clarify

From styling products to salt sprays, SPF lotions and leave-ins – there are tons of stuff that had been building up on your hair during the summer. And now is the perfect time to get them out and start a new season with absolutely clean, maximally shiny hair!


3. Deep Condition

Now, I know this next hair care tip for autumn is not the season’s exclusive, but is definitely something you mustn't forget once the hot days are gone! Use hot oil treatments and natural oils to restore moisture and elasticity to your sun dried hair and follow up with a deep conditioning treatment of choice! A deep conditioning session is best done after clarifying and will result in wonderfully restored, soft and supple hair.


4. Dust

But hey, we’re not over yet and this is one of those hair care tips for autumn we must not forget! Split ends are definitely not something you should take with you into the next season so book an appointment with your stylist and have this taken care of!


5. Frizz Proof

Cold… well we can handle the cold but rain and that crazy frizz that follows are definitely not on any girl’s list of things to love autumn for! And while you can still mask the bulk of it by opting for a beachy wave style, your post summer hair care should definitely involve a good anti-frizz product or care routine.


6. Moisturize

Moisturizing definitely needs to find its place in your fall hair care too as wind, heating and blowdrying can take a toll on your hair, all of this can be avoided with nothing more than a proper moisturizing treatment once in a while. You can opt deep conditioner to use each week or every other week. You can also consider a moisturizing shampoo/conditioner/leave-in to avoid the hassle and make sure your hair gets everything it needs even when you’re super busy.


7. Massage

A relaxing 10 to 15 minute massage will increase the blood circulation in your scalp, speeding up new growth and will give you healthier hair and head in the long run!





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