The birds are singing, the sun is shining and the flowers are blooming. Spring is a wonderful season, the warmer weather cheers us up and we get excited for summer. But a season change also means a change in humidity, different allergens and temperature changes. These factors can all wreak havoc on our hair and skin.
Hair care is nothing without quality tools. Hair brushes, curlers, straighteners, blow dryers and even hair ties or clips can cause damage to your hair. During your spring cleaning make sure you give you hair tools a refresh and make sure they are good quality.
With Spring comes heat and humidity, which can cause hair to frizz like crazy! Not to mention the wind which will ruin any good hair day.
With your newly purchased quality hair ties and clips, rock an up-do when you are out and about during the day. This will keep your hair looking neat and help reduce frizz.
Dry hair will lead to damage, split ends and frizz, and the change in temperature can make hair dry out quicker. Make sure you use a leave-in conditioner or hair mask at least once a week to help keep your hair moisturised. Not sure which product to get? Adore Beauty has you covered.
Better yet, pop on a hair mask, then our satin sleeping cap, and have a good nights sleep, and wake up to silky smooth moisture-rich hair.
With restrictions (hopefully) soon to be easing in Melbourne, now is the time to book an appointment with your hairdresser for a hair refresh! Get a fresh spring look and trim off those dead ends to give your hair a health boost. If you feel like treating yourself, invest in a salon treatment for an extra hair health kick!
Looking for a fresh spring look? Check out this article.
Okay, this one is not necessarily good for hair health but it has been a hard year for most of us. Take a moment to get out and enjoy the sunshine and vitamin D! Vitamin D can also stimulate hair follicles for hair growth. Go outside, enjoy the flowers and sunshine.
Well there you have it. A short guide on how to keep your hair healthy over Spring! Got any other tips? Share them in the comments below!
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A study revealed that about 60-70 percent of women struggle with itching, burning, stinging, tightness, and dryness. Meanwhile, around 50-60 percent of men experience the same issues with their skin.
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