Spring Hair Worries

Posted: April 27, 2010 in Hair care
Our hair has it rough all year long. The damp monsoons leave it limp and lifeless, scorching summer causes sun damage, the soggy winter days are a combination of dryness, frizz and tangles. And, needless to say spring has the worst effects. Here are few remedies.

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To bring in some life to your hair, add few highlights or apply a clear gloss to increase shine. Alternatively, you can use a cream or gel with silicone, before you style your hair. This takes away the dullness to some extent.

Sun burnt Hair:

Exposure to the harmful rays of the sun can damage the hair. This can make your hair appear brittle, weak, dry and dull. Choose hair products that contain sunscreen. In addition, wear a bandanna or a scarf when you are out in the sun.

Dry Ends:

Trim your hair at least once in six weeks, to prevent the dry ends from getting worse. Make use of a conditioner that is richer than your summer conditioner. If possible, opt for an ultra-moisturizing hair mask every week.

Unmanageable Hair:

To weigh your hair down apply some leave-in conditioner, before you style your hair. If your hair is dry apply a small amount of shine serum with your hands. You can also mist a light doze of hair spray to cover the dryness.

Hat head:

Before you put on your hat, make sure that your hair is dry. If your hair is wet and dries under the cap, you may end up getting frizzy hair after you remove the hat. If you have long hair, gather it into a ponytail and then wear your hat. With this type of hairdo, you’re less likely to end up with a hat head.


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