The heat might still be pervading the air but it will only be a matter of time before the season officially transitions to fall. Even though you might have anticipated this change, your hair cannot do the adjustment on its own. It is therefore your responsibility to make the appropriate changes in your hair care and styling routine to adapt to the changes in weather condition.
Whether you are rebelling at the thought that summer will be over soon, it is better to come prepared. Here are a few tips to help you transition nicely to fall with your hair care routine:
This is the most important step to take before you head into fall. If you spent a lot of time in the sun or beach in the summer time, chances are there are a lot of residues and harsh elements that has affected your hair’s health condition. Clarifying is an essential step to ensure that you can get rid of those residues. Use a deep clarifying shampoo to make sure that your hair starts off on a clean slate.
Another common hair condition experienced during summer is dryness. Make sure you use a nourishing deep conditioner to inject moisture back into your dry and dehydrated locks. Aside from that, invest in a hydrating conditioner and leave-in conditioning treatment for your hair to help cope with the effects of summer’s heat.
Aside from re-moisturising your hair strands, it is also important that you treat your strands. This is one way to introduce essential vitamins and nutrients into the hair. You can either use a bottled hair treatment or prepare your own homemade hair mask. If you have specific issues with dry hair, try these oils for dry hair when preparing your hair mask.
Change up your products and look for ones specially formulated for use during fall. Make sure that you consult an expert to ensure that the product is suited for your hair type, though.
While the heat of the summer can bring a set of challenges for maintaining and caring for your hair, it is also important to protect your hair from the cold. There are certain health implications to your hair and scalp when hair is exposed to the cold. Make sure you use the right products designed to protect your hair from damage.
How do you cope with the changes of weather as you welcome in fall? Are there any products you turn to in particular?