Saturday, 14 October 2017

4 Trendy Hair Care Tips for this Fall

With the end of the summer comes the beginning of fall where the wind is cooler, the weather is dryer and the trees are as vibrant as ever. Fall is the season to let your hair down and get rid of ponytails. It is the time of the year where it makes perfect sense to style your hair without worrying about humidity and rain. However, just like your summer wardrobe, you must also set aside your summer hair care routine to make way for your fall hair care routine. Fall is the prelude to winter so it is an absolute must that you are prepared for colder months. From hair care routine to hair styling, only the best quality products and tools can guarantee healthy hair during the fall season.
4 Trendy Hair Care Tips for this Fall
Here are four trendy hair care tips that you can add to your hair care routine this fall.

1. Use Hair Products Made from Natural Ingredients
Shampoo and conditioner are two of the most commonly used and equally essential products you use to take care of your hair. Natural products help effectively remove impurities, dirt, and chemicals that are left on your hair and scalp from using serums and moisturizers. Using natural products infuse natural oils and minerals into the hair follicles to prevent dry and brittle hair strands. Because of ever-changing weather, you have to think about the best hair care routine that will result in better condition over the long-term. As much as possible, avoid using products that are largely made of chemicals.

2. Moisturise your Hair
Summer usually helps your hair retain more moisture. During fall, it becomes harder to maintain a moisturized hair. While it is crucial to keep your hair clean by washing it regularly, shampooing can also strip your hair of its natural oils. To keep your hair looking healthy, put together and combat dryness, it is highly recommended to apply hair moisturizer regularly and massage it gently starting from the ends of your hair. Try to avoid applying moisturizer directly to your scalp.

3. Use Quality Hair Styling Tools
The colder months of fall make it more practical to use heat-activated hair styling tools. But don’t just use any tools. It is very important to invest in styling tools that will not damage your hair and cause more problems. A good quality hair curler, for instance, gives your hair that extra volume and bounce that is perfect for a nice afternoon stroll or an evening out. Don’t forget to apply a protectant on your hair strands before using a curler, straightener or a blow dryer to prevent any breakage.

4. Trim your Hair
Fall symbolizes a change in perspective, a new leaf if you will. The summer with all the great things it does for you can actually cause some serious problems with your hair. You experience split ends, tangled strands, and breakage all the time. Fall is the best time to rejuvenate and trim your hair off unhealthy and dry hair tips. And while you’re at your favorite salon, ask for a minimal hombre style or nice highlights that will truly stand out this season.

Do you have any hair tips?





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9 comments:

  1. I definitely need to change my routine and moisturise my hair more than usual because it’s so not ready for winter but I can make changes now

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  2. I don't have any tips myself,I wash my hair every other day and I use PERT shampoos which seems to do a nice job.

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  3. I find Autumn so wet and windy that I'm constantly having to put my hair up otherwise it gets so tangled.

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  4. I need to get my hair sorted, it is in such a state at the moment it is horrible! :( I love your tips though, they are so good to know!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  5. My hair is desperate for a trim! My hairdresser is on maternity leave and I don't trust anyone else to do it though!

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  6. The weather can cause damage to the hair, its important to use suitable hair care and trim regularly.

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  7. Such simple but very effective tips. I need to look after my hair more. Kaz x

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  8. I don't take care of my hair enough as it's very thick and coarse like most African hair but these tips would be so useful as I intend to start taking care of my hair more!

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  9. I really need to get my hair trimmed again, it always looks so much healthier after a cut x

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