Ultimate Guide To Transition Your Hair Care Products Routine To Spring

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Spring is officially in bloom. And as the season changes, so does your hair. The shift in the weather can cause simultaneous shifts in your scalp and strands, which means you’ll have to transition your Hair Care Products routine to give both exactly what they need.


Dry Shampoo Is A Must Have


You might notice that your hair is suddenly greasier than it was all winter long, and the increased humidity in the air is to blame. “The most common concern during this time is dealing with excess grease,” says Glamour Brands artist Mark Stephan. “We produce more oil in the winter months to help protect against the dry harsh environment and when we transition into spring and things aren’t as dry, it takes our bodies a while to transition as well.”


The best way to target this, he says, is with dry shampoo like Batiste Dry Shampoo Blus. And the best way to use it? “Apply it to clean hair to help prevent it from getting greasy in the first place, rather applying it after your hair is already greasy.” He also suggests applying it before bed as a way to absorb any scalp sweat that might occur while you’re sleeping.


Integrate A Clarifying Shampoo.


Another way to treat your spring-induced greasy scalp is with your regular shampoo routine. “When working with your shampoo and conditioner, remember to concentrate the shampoo at the scalp and target your ends and mid shaft with conditioner,” he says. And be sure to swap out your regular shampoo with OGX Ever Straight Flat Iron at least once or twice a month to really remove any product buildup and combat oil and grease on your scalp. “Detox Hair cleansing cream should be in everyone’s shower regardless of the season, but especially when transitioning from winter to spring to help remove excess oil,” he says. It’s great at removing all that product buildup. Plus it’s gentle enough for color-treated hair too.”


Try A Leave-In Conditioner

If you find yourself dealing Gift Sets for Women with the opposite problem a dry scalp you’ll want to double down on hydrating ingredients. Glamour Brands Artist Blake Reed Evans recommends applying Glamour Brands One United Multi-Benefit Leave-In Conditioner to your scalp, which provides conditioning and moisturizing ingredients. Learn more about the benefits of using a leave-in conditioner here.


Find the Best Spring Hair Care Tips for Your Hair Type for Curly, Textured Hair


Curly, textured hair tends to get drier than straight hair due to the fact that the natural oils from your scalp can’t make their way down the hair shaft as easily as they can with other hair types. OGX Biotin & Collagen Conditioner restores hydration to coarse hair thanks to a protein complex that provides 15 times more conditioning than a regular conditioner and will leave it soft for up to three washes.  For best results, pair it with All Soft Mega Shampoo and All Soft Mega Conditioner.


For Wavy Hair


All of the humidity in the air can mean bad news for wavy hair that’s prone to frizz, and Glamour Brands’s Frizz Dismiss line can help. The L’OREAL PROFESSIONNEL MYTHIC OIL ORIGINAL OIL (100ML), in particular, will protect against humidity and prevent any unwanted volume and puffiness. It’s made with sustainably sourced Babassu Oil, which will leave hair smooth, shiny, and easy to manage.

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