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5 Ways to get Your Hair Regimen Ready for Spring

Spring is right around the corner. That means longer days, more sun, warmer weather and possibly more rain showers. With each changing season I like to evaluate the hair care products I use and see if anything needs to be put phased out or if I need to a new product.


Here are 5 ways you can get your hair regimen spring ready. | arelaxedgal.com

In the spring I like to try and start to lighten up the products I use because my hair doesn’t need much assistance in staying moisturized and the more products I use in the warmer month, the more weighed down and greasy my hair tends to feel.

So without further ado, here are the five ways to get your hair regimen ready for spring.

1. Shampoo more

When the weather is warmer you tend to spend more time outside and can sweat more. As a result you may find yourself needing to shampoo more to remove sweat and product buildup from your hair and scalp.

2. Phase out heavier creams and oils 

These types of products are great when the air is drier. But when the weather warms up and there's more humidity these types of products can weigh down your hair.

3. Air dry more

Direct heat is heat that is applied directly to the hair. It pulls moisture and hydration from the hair strands quickly causing hair damage. You apply direct heat to your hair when using styling tools such as a curling iron, flat iron, or blow dryer.

When you air dry you're eliminating one source of direct heat on your hair and thereby the probability of heat damage.


4. Use humidity blocking products

Products with humidity blockers help control the amount of moisture that gets into your strands. The result is less frizz and smoother hair.

5. Trade the satin bonnet for a satin scarf

Wearing a satin scarf instead of a bonnet helps your scalp breathe better at night. And can also help eliminate night sweats.


With the coming of spring comes longer days, more sun, warmer weather and possibly more rain showers. With each changing season I like to evaluate the hair care products I use and see if anything needs to be put phased out or if I need to a new product. | arelaxedgal.com
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    1. Thanks! Do you do anything to change up your regimen in the spring?

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    1. Thanks Tomes! Have you used any these tips when the weather warmed up?

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