Spring is in the hAIR
Now that spring has arrived, it's time to take a look at your hair and see what kind of changes you'd like to make for the season.
First, let's talk about the basics: your hair care regimen. You may want to consider adopting a new one since your current one may stop working for you.
For example, if you typically wash your hair every 2-3 weeks and now find that your scalp is itchy and dirty, try washing every week instead. Or maybe you've noticed that your sweating often or scalp eczema flaring —consider adding a shampoo that targets the scalp for relief.
It can also be helpful to adjust the frequency of how often you trim your strands. If they're looking unruly or out of control, consider a trim is needed. You'll find a trim if you notice your hair tangles often, no volume, takes too long to detangle, or hair seems to not be growing.
Finally, consider what kind of styles work best during this season—this will be the time to hang up certain styles you’ve enjoyed during the colder season. Such as sew ins with leave out or silk presses. Because these styles typically require heat application and with warmer weather, styles like these don’t last as long. If you're unsure what kind of look would suit you best then ask for some advice from your beautician.
You should always keep in mind that your hair is an extension of yourself. It's a reflection of who you are as an individual so it's important that you treat it well and take care of it. If you need further assistance in this area then booking a hair regimen consultation may help you.