The expression goes,”Insulation weather is weather” However, your own hair can be really confused by the change in temperature –and we’re talking both color and texture, here. We asked Sasha Ivanovsky-Schow, stylist at Estetica Salon at St. Paul, Minnesota, the way you want to update your’do to keep it looking fresh for fall.
Amp Up Moisture
You know the itchy skin which comes with weather? The same goes to your hair. “The transition between the summer to fall is when it’s vital to put in a hair mask or alter your shampoo or conditioner so that your hair can adjust to the change in temperature,” says Ivanovsky-Schow. Look for moisturizing ingredients such as buriti and jojoba oil to secure hydration in your strands.
Use Natural Ingredients
By keeping your products all-natural prevent further drying your hair. “Natural ingredients are the go-to because they will not strip your hair of oils such as alcohol and artificial based ingredients do,” states Ivanovsky-Schow.
With highlights a basic for colors that are all summer is synonymous with sun-kissed hair. But because the weather gets colder, as your time spent outside shortens, these highlights will vanish. Ivanovsky-Schow recommends by moving a shade or two darker such as autumn beating nature. “Coloring it darker allows this transition to happen easier and evens out the color,” she says.
Invest in Volumizer
A great deal of humidity = big hair. The humidity decreases, which might cause your hair to go flat, as the weather gets colder.
Try a Clarifying Shampoo
Summer can leave a great deal of build-up at your roots — salt sprays, sunscreens, and lavender can all cause limp roots. No bueno. Start the new season by using a clarifying shampoo once every two weeks by giving your scalp a detox. Disclaimer: Ivanvosky-Schow says that clarifying shampoos are not made for those for colour since it is going to strip hair of colour treated hair. Color-virgins only. Jump tip five, if you go for tip three.