5 Hair Care Tips You Won’t Want To Ignore

Taking care of your hair should be a top style and beauty priority during every season, all throughout the year. Of course, each new season means something different as far as your tresses are concerned. Find the best hair care tips below to help ensure your beautiful locks stay strong and sleek all the way into the holiday season.

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5 Hair Care Tips You Won’t Want To Ignore


Using a deep conditioner can provide benefits all year long, but it can be especially beneficial as your hair enters the moisture-zapping months of the autumn and eventually winter. If you choose to use a clarifying shampoo, a good deep conditioner will be your new best friend. Also, if you are in the mood for a little DIY, you can always try to make a homemade conditioner.

Don’t use a deep conditioner every time you wash your hair, though. This can lead to build up at a time of the year when lack of moisture already means less volume, and you don’t want to end up with flat, limp locks


As summer transitions to fall, it can be a good idea to change out your shampoo and conditioner for a slightly different formula. Clarifying shampoos can help remove build-up that accumulated over the summer season. If you have colour treated hair, you may want to skip this step, in order to preserve your colour and avoid drying your hair out. Alternately, only use a clarifying shampoo as a treatment once or twice a month, as opposed to daily use.

This is also a good time of year to experiment with shampoos that facilitate hair growth, especially if you do a big end-of-summer chop to take care of damaged ends.


One of the very first and very best ways to address the changing needs of your hair as the seasons’ change is to lose the dead weight. This may sound drastic, but a big chop at the end of the summer can help remove months of damage and split ends.

If you are afraid to lose too much length, at least get a good trim. But be aware, the more inches you can spare in the name of healthier locks long-term, the better. And since you’ll be in the stylist’s chair anyway, this is a great time to experiment with different shapes and styles. Not sure what will feel right for fall? Spend some time looking for great haircut inspiration and style ideas before heading to the salon.


Just as there seems to be a face mask for every complexion and specific skin care concern, there are many types of hair masks on the market to help you tackle different issues.

As is true with deep conditioning discussed above, hair masks can help restore balance and moisture to stressed-out tresses following a summer full of exposure to salt water, sea air, chlorine, sun, and sand. Masks can offer more of these benefits than deep conditioning alone because of the concentrated nature of the product.

hair Mask
hair Mask

While reviewing these hair care tips, keep in mind that too much can backfire. These hair masks are intensely moisturizing treatments, and should only be used once every week or two because of their tendency to be very heavy. Make sure to rinse the mask out thoroughly after each use to avoid build up, and only ever apply it from mid-shaft down to the ends.


Don’t think that just because there is less moisture in the air, you have to settle for less volume in your hair. Volumizing serums and sprays can be applied at the roots and tussled in with your fingertips while your hair is still damp to give your strands a lift. A lightweight volumizing spray can help with all over volume should you feel you need it. These products can really improve the way your hair behaves even when there is no humidity to add texture and volume.

With a little planning and a few extra products added to your arsenal, these hair care tips outlined above should help to have you and your hair looking your best for every season

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Shivani Srivastava is an active beauty blogger. She has graduated from Delhi University. She loves to explore and share natural beauty tips and has contributed to a number interesting and informative articles to the internet. Apart from blogging, she loves dancing, reading books, music, games, and puzzles. Share your views with Shivani in the comments.
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