Fall Hair Care Tips

The colder weather of the autumn can leave your locks looking as dry as those leaves falling from the trees. With just a few subtle changes to your beauty routine, you can keep your hair looking beautiful in the fall weather.

Just as trees lose their leaves in the fall, you shed more hair during this season. Conditioning your hair is important, and don’t forget your scalp! Even if you don’t normally have a problem with a dry scalp, you can develop it in the colder months. The colder air can dry out your scalp as well as your hair, leaving you with annoying flakes and itchy skin. Use a deep conditioner on your hair once a week to help replenish any lost moisture and keep your hair resilient and shiny. This will moisturize your scalp at the same time. Regular conditioning will not only ensure that your hair is healthy, it will keep your scalp moisturized and flake free at the same time.

If you have a problem with frizz, the often-wet weather during this season can make your hair go wild. Use a leave in conditioner that tames frizz and leaves your hair silky smooth and frizz free all day. If you have fine hair, be careful not too use too much – it can leave you looking greasy. Experiment with the amount, starting with a dime sized amount in the palm of your hand until you get the magic amount that leaves your hair smooth and frizz-free, not limp and dull.

Add a shine spray to your daily routine to keep your hair shiny – and even healthier. Shine sprays help to repair split ends and eliminates more frizz and flyaways. They also provide protection against heat damage and protect your hair against environmental damage. So regardless of what the weather is like, your hair will look shiny, healthy, and smooth.

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