Transition Your Hair from Winter to Spring

As winter comes to an end in Minnesota, we’re looking ahead to spring. And just like the change in seasons means a change in routine, wardrobe and lifestyle, it also necessitates a change in hair care. Read on for a few tips from Good Housekeeping on transitioning your hair care routine from winter to spring.

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Get a Trim

Even if you’ve taken extra care to keep your hair hydrated and protected from the dry winter air, you probably have a few split ends to deal with. Snip off the dead ends for extra body and to improve your hair’s overall health.

Switch Shampoo

If you used a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner during the winter, consider switching to a formula for normal hair for spring and summer. Hair with too much moisture can get frizzy and hard to manage.

Invest in a Serum

If your hair tends to get frizzy in the warmer months, look into an anti-frizz serum. Apply before blow-drying to help seal and smooth the hair cuticle, protecting it from damage and improving your final look. Don’t apply serums to the roots of the hair – doing so will weigh hair down and make it look greasy.

Lighten Up

There are more hours in the day now, so why not add a bit more sunniness to your hair? Ask your stylist for a few subtle highlights to match the spring weather.

Try Low-Maintenance Looks

In preparation for those inevitable spring rains, have some easy hairstyles at the ready. Consider a low ponytail or a loose top knot. Not only will these styles hold up in the rain, but they’ll save your hair from a day of heat and styling.

If winter has left your hair thin, brittle and falling out, DK International can help. Our experienced Minneapolis-St. Paul hair replacement professionals can help you find the product or hair solution for your specific issue and budget. Call our conveniently-located Bloomington hair restoration salon to schedule a consultation.

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