ith the days getting longer and temperatures slowly rising, it’s finally time to start thinking about spring and yes, summer! Just like your wardrobe, your strands are due for a seasonal change.
No need to fear a good trim which can take off all the dry, split ends to help make your hair look good and healthy. It also makes the hair grow out better.
Ask your stylist to recommend products and services better suited to summer weather with more humidity and rain. Rotating products is good to keep your hair growth stimulated.
Sunnier days means lighter hair. A very popular process during spring and summer is balayage, which paints hair color onto the hair. This makes it look more natural and grow out very naturally, which cuts down on salon visits!
Apply serums on damp hair to fight off frizz and get that smooth look. Ask your hair care professional which products are best for warmer, sunnier weather. Use Hot Tools, especially curling irons to help define, set ringlets and ward off the frizzies.
Spring into action with a new hair color, cut, style and attitude. You will feel rejuvinated and excited!