Spring Hair Tips
Choosing the right hair care products is something we all ponder over. Being bombarded with advertisements definitely doesn’t help. Finding the best products for you begins with understanding your hair’s texture and natural state.
DRY, COARSE HAIR
You should be using a hydrating shampoo. Look for moisturizing products with ingredients like coconut oil, shea butter and grapeseed oil. These ingredients will form a coating on the hair shaft.
Deep conditioners with essential oils and fatty alcohols are the best for hydrating dry hair and getting it smooth and well moisturized.
OILY AND FINE HAIR
Avoid shampoos that have moisturizing or deep conditioning properties. Instead, go for products that are designed for your hair type. Clarifying and clear shampoos with ingredients like what protein are the best to remove excess oil from the scalp and hair. Add a volumizing shampoo to make your hair look fuller and bouncier.
Use lightweight conditioners and use the right amount to avoid making your hair feel greasy. A leave-in conditioner is an excellent alternative to keep curls hydrated and fresh.
Those with curly hair often have problems managing their curls, and the humidity in the summer can be murder. Most curly hair is thick and dry, so go for a luxurious shampoo with natural ingredients like shea butter. Remember that harsh chemicals can make your hair drier, so avoid products where you see chemical additives as ingredients.
Conditioners that have proteins and silicone work best on thick and curly hair. For frizz control, choose products with soothing, moisturizing ingredients like wheat protein and soy.
COLOR TREATED HAIR
Color preserving shampoos with fewer chemicals are the safest bet. These shampoos also keep you hair well hydrated and shiny.
For a conditioner, pick one designed for color-treated hair. Usually, these contain sunscreen-like UV filters that protect your hair and help the color stay vibrant longer.
Avoid products that contain sulfates, ammonium, and sulfur. Read the labels on shampoo and conditioner bottles thoroughly to ensure you are choosing a healthy option.
This is a very common problem in humid weather. Refrain from over-using heating styling tools. Instead go for hair mousse or gels that have polymers or copolymers – ingredients that coat your hair to fight frizz.
TIPS FOR HEALTHY SPRINGTIME HAIR
Looking good and staying healthy comes from the right combination of a balanced diet, regular exercise, and caring, and the same goes for your hair. With these tips and a healthy lifestyle, you can get that shiny, healthy mane this Spring.