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How to Get Healthy Hair for Spring

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How to Get Healthy Hair for Spring

Get Your Mane Looking Gorgeous for Spring and Summer

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With spring officially here it’s time to get your body in tip-top shape for the warmer months ahead. The harsh winter elements can wreak havoc on any beauty routine, causing problems like dry lips, dull skin, and lackluster, damaged hair. Fear not ladies, we have the time-tested tips that will help you revitalize your winter-worn hair, and allow you to toss your healthy tresses over your shoulder with confidence.

Switch Up Your Product Arsenal

A little-known fact is that using the same hair care products for extended periods of time can actually be bad for your hair. Why? Because products tend to cause buildup. The more frequently a product is used, the more buildup you get, preventing your hair’s natural shine from coming through. To fix the problem, simply do a little spring cleaning on your hair care stash. Try out a few new products, specifically designed to clarify your hair and clear up any buildup. If your hair is suffering from extreme dryness, look for a formula with extra moisture built in. Ultimately, your hair will thank you.

Deep Condition Your Hair

Sometimes, all your hair really needs are extra nutrients and moisture. A good deep conditioner could be the answer to your hair problems. Simply shampoo your hair as usual, rinsing until it is completely free of product. Wring out all of the excess moisture in your hair, and then apply the deep conditioner of choice. Cover your hair with a shower cap. While you finish the rest of your shower, the steam will combine with the deep conditioner to work some serious hair magic. Fifteen minutes and a thorough rinse later, your hair will emerge looking like new.

Give Your Hair a Break from Heat Styling

Major contributors to damaged hair are the very tools we use to style it. We’re talking hair dryers, straighteners, and curling irons. Direct heat is incredibly damaging to hair, and for that reason should be used in moderation. If your hair is feeling drier than usual, put aside the heat tools and take advantage of the warmer weather to let hair air-dry. Mist strands with a texturizing spray and scrunch with your fingers to get gorgeous, beachy waves—no heat necessary.

Use these simple steps to get an envy-inducing mane in time for summer.
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My hair seems to dry out so easily, I use tons of conditioner in the summer because that's when it's at its worst. Thanks! This comment has been removed.
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@stephenominal 3 consecutive weeks @ how many times per week? This comment has been removed.
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my hair frizzes out when i try to curl it with a curling iron. i'm sticking to setting lotion and curlers This comment has been removed.
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great tips. keep more coming This comment has been removed.
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super helpful! :D This comment has been removed.
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I needed this! Thank you so much! This comment has been removed.
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I rarely use heat styling tools, but can always tell if I do because my hair tends to dry out fast. It's a great tip especially for the upcoming warmer months like you said. This comment has been removed.
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Great, thanks for sharing! :) This comment has been removed.
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I've been putting my hair in a bun and letting it air dry....makes the best waves when I take it out! Thanks for the tips! This comment has been removed.
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I definitely take advantage of letting my hair air dry. It seems to air dry faster than when I attempt to blow dry it. Thanks for the tips! This comment has been removed.
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