There’s something about Spring that makes you want to get things done. From big projects like organizing your entire home to planting quick curbside blooms, your to-dos may vary in scope and size. Consider adding this to your list: restore and revive hair. The season’s mild weather is the perfect time to rehab winter-stressed tresses and prepare them for a summer of fun and sun. It’s easier and speedier than you may think. Read on, then check it off.
Strengthen At Home
Cold, wind, blow dryers, and flat irons strip hair of moisture and nutrients, leaving it dull and brittle. To bring your strands back to life, enlist a nourishing shampoo and conditioner combo that delivers intense TLC. We love John Masters Organics Repair Shampoo and Repair Conditioner for Damaged Hair with Honey & Hibiscus. They’re loaded with super hydrators like honey, hibiscus, and plant oils to nurture hair to a softer, silkier, stronger state. After lathering up, leave the deep conditioner on for 2-4 minutes. It’s that fast. It’s that powerful.
Simplify Your Style
Take a spring break from heat styling to manage and minimize damage. Detangle wet hair with a gentle, wide-tooth comb and braid lengths. Keep them tucked back to prevent daily wear and tear. Or, once dry, undo plaits for healthy-looking waves. Another option? Skip a wash and absorb excess oil with a dry shampoo instead. It lifts volume and adds texture sans hot tools.
Heal On the Go
Apply deep conditioner to damp strands, then twist them into a bun for a sleek, effortless look that heals and holds hair in place. The mask acts as a protectant, helping keep mane hydrated and hidden from UV rays, while the swept-back ’do naturally shields your part from sun burn. Bonus: our Repair Hair Mask for Damaged Hair with Honey & Hibiscus contains organic hibiscus water and flower extract contains amino acids to repair and strengthen strands.
Check and check. With these tips to prep and fortify hair now, your tresses will start off the summer healthy and better equipped to handle everything that comes with it.