5 Ways to Prepare Your Hair for Winter
Warm fireplaces, fuzzy socks and sweaters come to mind
when you think of winter. But with the cold weather coming
it's important to update your hair care products.
1. More Moisture
The transition from summer to fall can be drying to our
skin and scalp. To help, try to find a shampoo and
conditioner geared towards adding moisture to the hair.
Also, a leave-in oil works wonders for the hair.
Moroccan oil moisture or hydrating shampoo and
conditioner is great for this.
2 Watch Ingredients
Try to find products with natural ingredients.
They won't strip your hair like sulfates, parabens and alcohol based products do.
3.Adjust your Color
If your color is bleached out from the sun or your color is fading, a good color adjustment can sometimes make it feel smoother and add some shine. Ask for a pH bonder treatment to help repair the hair.
With the humidity dropping and chilly winds coming, your hair may tend to go limp. A great root boost is highly recommended to amp up the volume.
Goldwell Root Boost will help lift your roots. Just spray it on your root area and light rub in.
Summer can leave behind residue in your hair- sunscreen,sand, salt sprays and chlorine from pools. Try washing with clarifying shampoo(follow with a moisturizing conditioner). It will rid your hair of any build up you may have accumulated over the summer.
haircuts to try in 2019
1. The blunt jawline bob
This cut falls between the bottom of the ears and the jawline. Ask your stylist for a straight bob in line with your jawline, shorter at the back, longer at the front, an inch or two below your ears. whats great is this cut can be altered to compliment your face shape.
A great way to add flair to your bob, without layers, is to whip out your curling wand or beach waver and add some bends through the top layer of hair — the messier, the better. Luckily, the just rolled out of bed look is in!
If your hair is on the finer side, ask your stylist to texture the ends. This will add a sexy and fun look to your hair. Just add some texturing spray or sea salt throughout the ends to add dimension.
2. LOB Long Bob
If you someone who doesn't want to part with your length, a lob is a great way to go. It falls somewhere between short and long. To try this trend, ask for a LOB with a blunt perimeter
3. BANGS ARE BACK BABY
If you have long hair and would like to add some style to your look try long face framing bangs. When you wear your hair in a pony, pull those pieces out, in the front to frame the face nicely. You will see a lot of softer style bangs, long or short.
For people with fine hair, try introducing a thick, eyelash skimming bang and layers through your hair. Finish the look with some waves and texture spray. Make it yours.