5 Hair Care Tips for the Spring

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The sunny days of spring weather will be here soon lifting spirits, but your winter hair has endured months of damage from dry air and frigid temperatures. Now is the time to get your hair prepared to brave the humidity and climate changes in the transition to Spring.

Here are 5 easy hair care tips to ensure that your hair is ready for all of the fun in the sun that spring has to offer.

Get a Hair Trim
When it comes to trimming your hair, a few inches would work fine and is a safe source to get rid of split ends. Your hair will look fresh and thick. Just one little trim can make you feel fresh and ready to take on those harsh conditions.



Fight the Frizzies
Rainy spring days come with a little bit of frizz.  Preparing your hair for a rainy day by tying your hair in a ponytail, a braided look, or a top bun can help prevent humidity frizz throughout the day.

Hair Conditioner
It is more critical to condition your hair in the spring so it’s strong enough to survive the summer. Hair conditioning is necessary to prevent dry strands and to bring back lost moisture, keeping your hair looking healthy and shiny.

Air Dry Hair
This spring try drying your locks naturally. Dabbing your hair lightly with the towel and letting the air dry your hair will prevent hair damage and breakage that commonly occurs when you try to comb your wet hair.

Healthy Scalp
Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp. Dirt, oil and styling products build up on the scalp, which can lead to buildup leaving hair looking dull. To keep your scalp healthy use a scalp scrub or brush to rid away any buildup, and wash your hair with a clarifying shampoo once.

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