Getting Hair-Ready for Spring

The time for spring has finally arrived, it’s time to sweep off and say ciao those winter hats, scarves and coats. The season of rebirth, rejuvenation and renewal means you have to change wardrobe and hairstyle!

As the cliché goes, your hair is your crowning glory. When you have gorgeous and luscious hair, it makes you feel good and gives you more confidence.

So here are some tips on how to get your hair spring time ready:

Change your brush

hairbrush

Throw your brush if you have used it for 6-12 months and get a new one. Styling your hair should be fun and perky.

Cut it

get a haircut

All brave girls face the scissor hands, if you’re bolder you request for a shorter cut but a little snip here and there will also do to get those pesky split ends out of the way. It will make your hair look healthy and ready for spring. Out with the old and in with the new hairstyle, a little make over wouldn’t hurt.

Say no to frizzy hair

frizzy hair

Indeed winter has made your hair dry, but spring might give you an unmanageable mane because of the heat and lack of moisture that causes the strands to ruffle. Just apply anti-frizz serum on damp hair, from the base of the forehead to the roots before you blow dry to smooth out the hair cuticles. Try to use it when your hair is damp because the product feels greasy to the touch.

Color it

red hair

Spring means new beginnings, a life of beauty and color. Try to put on some subtle highlights and light hues with hair chalk on locks of hair instead of foil highlighting. This kind of highlight gives a natural outcome giving you a sexy and subtle sun-kissed hair. It also requires less effort, color coordination and maintenance.

Protection from damaging UV rays

protect your hair from sun damage

Sun damages your skin, it also causes considerable damage to your mane. Over exposure to the sun causes extreme dryness and unwanted lightening of highlighted or tinted hair. Use hair products with UV protection from your shampoo, conditioner, serums and sprays to have that glowing and bouncy healthy hair.

Dechlorination

beach-house-woman-in-plunge-pool

Loving the pool and strutting your sexy polka dot bikini? Well, too much exposure in the pool might cause chlorine buildup that gives hair an unhealthy look and results to dull and unmanageable hair. What you can do is to undergo a de-chlorination treatment every 6 weeks. Or you might opt to wash your hair thoroughly after dipping into the pool, wash it with a clarifying shampoo and afterwards put on a balancing conditioner.

Now if those tips are insufficient for you, then you can also try this:

By drinking water, it not only hydrates your body, it also makes your hair healthier. Your hair also needs hydration, so drink up and be fit and healthy.

Eating a balanced diet helps your hair to become luscious. It needs lots of proteins, food containing omega 3, vitamin B6 and B12. Some food you might want to try- salmon, nuts, green vegetables and beans.

Now you can welcome spring with open arms because you can achieve that hair that is to die for.

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