8 spring hair care tips

After a harsh win­ter with all those woolen hats, tem­per­a­ture changes and lack of vit­a­mins, hair needs spe­cial care. A few sim­ple tips will help restore shine, silk and a healthy look to your hair.

Spring hair care

Spring is one of the most dif­fi­cult peri­ods for skin or hair, because the long sea­son of win­ter has dried them sig­nif­i­cant­ly, and there are still not enough nat­ur­al nutri­ents to restore a healthy look. Until fruits with vit­a­mins appear, you will have to make do with cos­met­ics, because the change­able spring peri­od can dam­age your hair even more.

Tip 1: Choose the right shampoo and conditioner

hair care tips

In the “spring” sham­poo must be present vit­a­mins E, C (the most effec­tive in terms of nutri­tion) and B (the com­po­si­tion should con­tain pan­ten­tol and retinol). To elim­i­nate dry hair, you need to choose prod­ucts with col­la­gen and elastin.

Sham­poo must be accom­pa­nied by a balm or con­di­tion­er, and prefer­ably both.

They should include marine plants — algae, chi­tosan, var­i­ous min­er­als, etc. All of the above plus vit­a­min E will help mois­tur­ize your hair.

Tip 2: Avoid washing and blow-drying your hair too often

how to wash and dry your hair

Wash­ing your hair too often or using a hair dry­er will make your hair dry even more.

If you absolute­ly can­not do with­out a hair dry­er, then you need to use styling prod­ucts with vit­a­mins A and B, which will pre­vent mois­ture loss. Also, such prod­ucts will pro­tect the hair from brit­tle­ness and save them from dull­ness.

Tip 3: Pick the Right Hairbrush

how to choose a comb

Some combs can dam­age the scalp, espe­cial­ly if it is dry, and also con­tribute to dan­druff. Bad teeth on your comb will break your hair and even pull it out by the roots.

The safest for hair are high-qual­i­ty mas­sage combs. They are not cheap, but the health of your hair is more expen­sive.

Tip 4: Massage Your Head

spring hair care

It is nec­es­sary to peri­od­i­cal­ly mas­sage the scalp, because this improves blood cir­cu­la­tion and thus increas­es the nutri­tion of the hair. You can do a mas­sage while wash­ing your hair, or you can do it at any con­ve­nient time of the day.

Tip 5: Follow the right drinking regimen

drinking regime of the day

Hair health is affect­ed by what you drink and how much you drink. You need to drink at least 1.5–2 liters of water per day. Tea, cof­fee and oth­er drinks can­not replace water. The same cof­fee dries up water from the body, so after a cup of cof­fee it is best to drink a cup of water.

Tip 6: Eat Nutritious Foods

healthy eating

This includes fruits and veg­eta­bles rich in vit­a­mins, but as long as they are not enough, you can replace them with oth­er prod­ucts. For exam­ple, whole grain bread or brown rice. Fat­ty fish, like salmon, salmon, sar­dines, etc., will also be use­ful.

Tip 7: Use hair masks

how to make hair healthy

Creams, masks, lotions and hair serums with a firm­ing effect should be your con­stant com­pan­ion for most of the win­ter and spring. They need to be used 1–2 times a week. In sum­mer it can be a lit­tle less.

Beau­ti­ful hair is always an impor­tant indi­ca­tor of a wom­an’s age, groom­ing and health. If you fol­low these sim­ple tips, then even after the exhaust­ing cold sea­sons of the year, your hair can look its best.

Read also:

Being a blonde: how to care for bleached hair

How to restore vol­ume to hair: the best home rem­e­dy

How to restore shine to dry hair

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