Fall is a great time of year to jumpstart your hair care routine and make sure that your locks are protected from drying out. Here are some tips to help you keep your hair healthy and strong.
During the spring and summer, the air is humid, and the wind is gentle. But when fall comes, temperature and humidity decrease dramatically, making your hair dry and brittle.
The low humidity can make your hair more frizzy than usual; it's especially true if you live in a place with cold winters. To keep your locks looking their best through this season change—and beyond—you need to change up your routine accordingly. This means cutting down on products that leave behind residue (like hair sprays), which will keep strands from getting weighed down by product buildup as they get drier throughout winter months. Instead of using mousse or gel every day in wet weather throughout autumnal months before styling with hot tools such as curling irons or straighteners (which can cause breakage), try using conditioning masks only once a week for better results that won't weigh down those beautiful locks!
When the weather gets colder, you spend more time indoors with heating systems running.
This can cause dry and brittle hair. To combat this, consider using a humidifier in your room to add moisture back into the air as well as using a deep conditioning treatment once or twice a week.
The cold weather tends to dry out not only your skin but also your hair. The reason behind this is that the air circulation in most homes is dried out by heaters, as well as being absorbed by carpets and furniture. This makes our homes even more dry than they already are.
Here are some hair care tips to help you combat this issue.
If you're looking for ways to make your hair more manageable, here are some tips that may help.
- Try a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner instead, like Keune Care Derma Sensitive Shampoo and Conditioner. Sulfates can be harsh on hair, especially when used in conjunction with other products like leave-in conditioner. Try switching over to sulfate-free products for a couple of weeks and see if there's any improvement—if not, it might be time to try something else!
- Rinse with cold water at the end of your shower or bath. This is one of our experts favorite tips for keeping the hair healthy because it helps prevent split ends while also keeping it from getting frizzy when you are drying your hair (which happens often). It's an easy change that will make a big difference!
Condition your hair after every wash to avoid dryness and frizziness.
Conditioning is an essential part of any hair care routine. It helps to keep your locks smooth and silky, avoiding dryness and frizziness that can make your hair look dull and unhealthy.
It's also important not to neglect conditioning at all: even if you think that conditioning isn't necessary for your particular style or texture, it can still do wonders for reducing breakage, keeping split ends at bay, and making sure that you get as much out of that expensive haircut as possible!
Phytoca Cosmetics, an exclusive Brazilian brand at NewCo, have an amazing Every Day Line, and the conditioner provides nutrition and protects against external actions (sun, heat and pollution). It’s ideal for all hair types and provides soft, shiny and sealed ends, in addition to healthier hair growth. The hair mask is indicated for weekly maintenance to provide that extra moisture, and it also helps to reduce hair porosity by retaining more water and mineral salts to the hair fiber!
Leave-in conditioner is a great product for everyone to use, but it's especially great for those of you with dry or damaged hair. This type of product helps to moisturize and protect the hair without getting greasy or weighing down your strands. It also helps strengthen your locks against damage caused by heat styling tools.
If you're looking to upgrade your haircare routine, consider using leave-in conditioner in addition to traditional conditioner—it can be used on its own as well! Like the Pai-Shau Something to BeLeave-In Conditioner that delivers intense moisture and all day shine with the added nourishment of Pai Shau’s Signature Tea Complex. Much more than a leave in conditioner, Something To BeLeave In is a Miracle Multitasker that also smooths, detangles, protects from pollutants and heat (up to 450F), prevents frizz, and enhances color, creating silky, hydrated locks full of radiant shine.
Avoid harsh chemicals that can damage your hair whenever possible.
The saying "you are what you eat" applies to your hair, too. When it comes to maintaining the health of your tresses, the best thing you can do is avoid harsh chemicals and products that can damage your mane.
So what exactly does this mean? For one thing, stay away from heat styling tools like straighteners or curling irons when possible (if not required by work). Not only will they cause damage over time—they'll make your hair look duller than usual as well! Also avoid using too much product in one sitting: The solution will weigh down your locks and cause them to look greasy. And lastly — but perhaps most importantly — don't forget about alcohol-based styling products! They're great at keeping frizz at bay but tend to be very drying for hair types that are naturally dry or damaged due to chemical processing; steer clear if possible.
With the new season coming in, it’s a perfect time to detox from the harsh chemicals. We recommend trying out the products from L’oreal Professionnel like the Metal Detox Line. This patented technology with no sulfate is enriched with Glicoamine a molecule small enough to penetrate and neutralize metal INSIDE the fiber. Hair is healthy looking and recovers its shine.
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