Spring Hair Care Regimen – Tips to Refresh and Revitalize

Your spring hair care regimen should evolve with the emergence of warmer temps and higher humidity. Just as you get a spring into your step, your hair also needs a little zip to bounce back from the cold arctic air. Spring reminds us to revitalize and refresh!

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Spring is a time of year when new life emerges all around you. Just as this season dictates, spring is the right time to breathe new life back into your hair. This is especially true if you got a bit lazy taking care of your hair over the cold winter months. No worries though.

Taking a break from time to time is perfectly understandable but you should also get ready to take on the challenges of the warmer days ahead. Use these spring hair care tips to boost the way your hair looks and feels!

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Spring Hair Care Tips

  • If you haven't deep conditioned your hair in a while, your hair is bound to be very thirsty and may look and feel dry. Adding oils to your spring hair care regimen is a great way to restore lost luster and makes your hair stronger.

    Here's a recipe that should help!

    Restorative Hair Mask for Spring

    1 ripe banana
    1 egg, whisked
    1/4 Cup of whole milk or honey
    Drizzle of oil (about 1 Tablespoon)

    Mash banana well. Whisk egg and blend well into the mashed banana. Mix in the milk and oil and stir well with a fork to a creamy consistency. (Alternately, you can use your blender if you have one:o)

    This mixture will be VERY messy (but it's so worth it) so it’s best to apply it in the shower or over the sink or even outside! Massage well into dry or slightly damp hair. Make sure to target hair ends, which take the brunt of abuse. Cover with a cap and leave on for at least 30 minutes. Rinse well, then follow with a light shampoo and conditioner if you need it.

  • If you’ve been using heavy conditioners or lots of styling products during the winter months, spring hair care should include clearing those products off your hair. It's the #1 most important thing you can do to revitalize your hair. Once your hair is thoroughly cleansed, it will bounce back and look great!

    Get the instructions on this page.

  • After a long winter, your scalp also needs a little clarifying refreshment! One of the easiest ways to get rid of dry flakes is to use mayonnaise, straight out of the jar. Mayonnaise contains eggs, oil, and either lemon juice or apple cider vinegar. These natural ingredients are simply perfect for your spring hair care!

    To use: How much mayo you use depends on your hair length, so you’ll be the best judge of how much you use. Generally, about 1/2 cup is plenty for most people with medium length hair.

    Apply mayonnaise generously to your scalp and follow with a 10 minute scalp massage. Cover with a cap and leave on your scalp for 20 minutes or longer. Rinse thoroughly.

    Many people recommend that you use room temperature or slightly warmed/heated mayonnaise however, cold mayonnaise can help stimulate hair follicles and massage helps encourage hair growth. How fast does it grow? Find out here!

    If your scalp is especially dry, you may need more than one treatment in your spring hair care regiment. This will help clear up any issues you have moving into the summer months.

  • If you’ve been putting off getting a haircut, you should really think about at least whacking off those dry ends. This helps stop them from becoming split. Spring is also a great time to look for a new hairstyle if you’re tired of the same thing, day after day. A new look is just a click away if you’re using online tools!

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  • To enrich your own natural hair color, you can use targeted rinses to help enhance your own hair color. However, you’ll need to use them regularly for them to work well. Tea rinses are a natural way to help enhance the natural highlights you already have, without reaching for a bottle!

    Color Rinse for Brown Hair

    Add two tea bags of black tea (earl grey or orange pekoe tea) to four cups of hot water. Let steep for at least 1/2 hour. After shampooing and conditioning, pour 1/2 cup of the tea rinse through your hair. Do not rinse again. Set aside leftover tea to use next time you shampoo. Store leftover tea in the frig.

    Black tea will help bring out the natural golden colors you have in your hair!

    Color Rinse for Red Hair

    Add two bags of hibiscus tea to four or five cups of hot water. Let steep for 30 minutes or longer until the tea is a rich red color. Add more tea bags as needed. Pour 1/2 cup of the tea mix through your hair after shampooing and conditioning.

    Hibiscus tea helps refresh red tints in your hair naturally!

    Color Rinse for Blonde or Gray Hair

    Steep 2 bags of lemon tea in at least four cups of boiled water for 30 minutes. After shampooing and conditioning, apply 1/2 cup of the tea rinse to your hair and work through. .

    Just as lemons help brighten blonde or gray hair shades, lemon tea can also do the trick!

  • Adding bangs to your present hairstyle is a great way to change up your hairstyle without sacrificing much length. There are so many different types of bangs so choose carefully.

    Shorter blunt bangs can make you look more youthful, while longer angled bangs add sophistication. It all depends on what you’re trying to achieve!

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  • Another great way to spruce up your spring hair care is by changing the way your hair looks. This is way easy to do by simply accessorizing more. This is a great idea if you don't want to change your hairstyle but you do want to try something new. There’s a wide variety of hair accessories to choose from today so don’t be shy! Add BIG feathers or bows to your hair or add BIG hair clips or festive headbands. There are so many looks you can get away with now, the options are limitless. Who knows? You might even start your own trend!

    Trying something new can work in your favor and perk up your present hairstyle.

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  • Highlighting or lowlighting (reverse color) your hair in the spring is a great way to lively UP your look naturally! Adding just a few highlights is a great way to do just that!

    Whatever color your hair is, don't stray too far outside THAT color. You need to use colors that help enhance your own natural colors. Building on them is the safest and most reliable rule of thumb. You can get the complete scoop here.

    You can also bring out natural highlights just by sitting in the sun for an hour. (Midday sun works best!) You’ll get your daily dose of vitamin D plus give your hair more sheen and glow.

    Breathing fresh air and moving around more benefit your general health but which has perks for your hair too. Add the pizzazz back to your hair by using spring hair care tips that revitalize!

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    How to Get Smooth Silky Hair like Eva Longoria

    Dry Hair Remedies and Tips to Correct Brittle Hair


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