After he stressful period of quarantine we are slowly starting to feel optimistic and happy again. Winter days are over, and we are getting closer and closer to more warm and sunny days! We hope you took care both of yourself and your hair during quarantine days. If there was one good thing for our […]
After he stressful period of quarantine we are slowly starting to feel optimistic and happy again. Winter days are over, and we are getting closer and closer to more warm and sunny days!
We hope you took care both of yourself and your hair during quarantine days.
If there was one good thing for our hair during the lockdown it's that we left the hair iron and blow dryer in the drawer and let our hair loose in its natural state! (We hope you did that…)
As we often mentioned, if styling hair with thermal tools is done too often, and without the necessary products; it can be damaging to the hair, even before the tool touches your hair.
So, if you took care of your hair over the winter and during quarantine, you're ready to welcome spring and prepare for summer with a new hair care routine.
Spring hair routine after lockdown.
As was mentioned before, winter freezes, dries, and makes hair more fragile, resulting in breakage.
The choice of your shampoo should be always according to your hair type and sulfate-free.
If you still buy your proper hair care shampoo where you buy your vegetables, then revaluate your choice…
After choosing the shampoo for your hair type then consider which need you aim to cover e.g. strengthening, hydration, density etc.
However, if you already using a quality shampoo and you are 100% satisfied, you can easily alter your conditioner according to: hair type and specific needs
Healthy hair is related to healthy scalp. Even if you shampoo often, that does not mean necessarily that you take care your scalp.
For example, you may wash your face with soap twice a day but once a week you need a skin exfoliation for deeper cleansing, scrum removal, counter oily skin and black pores.
Same logic applies for your scalp.
Did you know that when the hair follicle is blocked it causes weakness and the hair becomes thinner?
So, we urge you to have a scalp exfoliation to unblock the hair follicle and remove any residue that has built up on the scalp.
At the same time, you make sure to pump blood into the area and get rid of problems such as dry skin or stubborn oiliness.
A full hair and scalp treatment in the salon is very important; as salon treatments are more intensive and last longer. This doesn't mean you should stop having treatments (hair massages) at home once a week.
In the salon you will have the opportunity to learn how to manage your hair, what products to use and how to meet your needs through the right consultation your hairdresser will provide you.
In addition, you will experience a priceless, relaxing, and rejuvenating session that will give you a sense of well-being.
Haircut is the number one priority if we want to have healthy hair, leading by far all the other hair techniques. Trimming dead, dry, and damaged ends will upgrade your hair and help it grow out evenly and healthy.
If you want to lighten up your hair to give it a touch of freshness and summery vibe, choose highlights 1 tone lighter than your natural one to give the perception as if they have been coloured by the sun.
If you want lighter hair for the summer then you can gradually lighten your hair tone from now on, one tone at a time.
This way the result will be completely natural and at the same time you will protect your hair from damage!