With the days getting longer and temperatures slowly rising it is time for a new hairstyle. If you are interested in transitioning your hair care routine from winter to spring then keep on reading because I’m sharing some fabulous springtime hair tips that will have your hair laid this season.
8 springtime hair tips
TIP #1: START WITH A TRIM
Winter’s cold, dry air has taken a toll on your strands so it’s important to cut off those dead ends. Remember it’s just a trim to take off all the dry and split ends. This will make your hair look and feel healthy.
TIP #2: SWITCH UP YOUR SHAMPOO AND CONDITIONER
If you have been using a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner, consider switching to a formula for normal hair. The combination of humid spring air and hydrating products may put too much moisture in your hair which can cause your hair to frizz up.
TIP # 3: LIGHTEN YOUR HAIR
The days are sunnier so your hair color should be too. The goal is to create a subtle sun-kissed look, not a drastic contrast. Keep the lighter pieces no more than one to two shades lighter than the base.
TIP #4: FIGHT FRIZZ WITH SERUMS
Combat the inevitable spring and summer frizz with an anti-frizz serum. Apply on damp hair before blow drying to help seal and smooth the hair cuticle.
TIP #5: USE HEAT
Hot tools are perfect for keeping strands smooth. Rather than just air drying or diffusing, use a curling iron to help define and set ringlets and ward off frizzies.
TIP #6: BEAT HUMIDITY
Anti-humidity spray is a game changer for those muggy months. Mist the spray on dry hair post styling aiming toward the roots. Just don’t over do it as too much can leave a residue.
TIP #7: PREPARE FOR APRIL SHOWERS
Find a go-to ‘rainy day’ hairdo. A braided top knot is an effortless and chic option or put your hair in a sleek ponytail.
TIP #8: EMBRACE ACCESSORIES
Hair accessories are always in and spring is the perfect time to try one of the floral options that are big this season. The trick to keeping your look age appropriate is choosing accessories that are simple and toned down.
How do you transition your hair from winter to spring? Let me know in the comments.
Source: Good Housekeeping, Google Images