Fall in Love With Your Hair
August 14, 2021

During the summer months, it can seem overly simple to love your hair. Let the sun and the sea do its magic and embrace your natural hair texture for a low-maintenance style that is easy to manage. Once the cooler months of the Fall roll in, it might not seem as straight-forward to love your hair. So what can you do? Outstanding stylists will help you “Fall” in love with your hair again. Hair is very personalized and working with a professional that has a wide range of skills and specialities can be life changing for confidence with your hair. From cut to color to styling your hair, here are some tips and tricks that you can use to enhance your natural beauty and love your hair during the Fall and Winter seasons.

Use products that are customized for your hair

There are products available for your hair type and texture. They are formulated to serve a distinct purpose. They’ll help you manage and maintain your hair. Regardless of what your needs are, there will be a product available for you, and a professional stylist will help you find it!

Invest in a professional haircut

A consultative approach is the path to success with your next haircut. Talk about what you like and what you don’t. You know your lifestyle and how you like to manage your hair, so be sure to explain that thoroughly. A professional stylist will act like a trusted advisor and also a critical friend.

Manage your hair and scalp with care

Avoid damaging your hair by over washing, aggressive heat and products that contain chemicals that are harmful to your hair. Over the long-term, keeping your hair healthy should be your number one priority. Try a detox treatment like Virtue’s Exfoliating Scalp Treatment to detoxify, rebalance and condition your scalp. Or Christophe Robin’s Cleansing Purifying Scrub With Sea Salt that is ideal to cleanse and rebalance sensitive or oily scalps, or it can be used as a post-coloring treatment to calm itchiness and remove any chemical residues left on the scalp.

Don’t be afraid to experiment

We all experience hair ruts, so don’t be afraid to experiment a little. Discover a new style, try a different tone of color, get a contemporary haircut. If you are not happy with your hair, talk about it with a professional stylist – they’ll have some recommendations.

Be positive & take a deep breath

Sometimes it helps to take a step back and realize that there is someone in the world that is less fortunate than you, and can only dream of having hair like yours. Take a deep breath and put things into perspective.

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