Admit it, you spend tons of time shopping for pretty pieces to update your winter wardrobe but pay scant (if any) attention to your poor, suffering strands. And after summers slaughter of all those feel-good- yet- very- bad –for- your- hair elements like sun, saltwater and chlorine not to mention skipping trips to the salon, your locks are going to need some rehab…like right now! That is why I put together this list of things you can do to make your mane look healthy, shiny and effortlessly beautiful into the holiday season.
The Big Fix
Post-summer is your color dried, fried and faded? No surprise there. To bring it back to life, start with gentle shampooing to remove product buildup. I recommend colorproof detox. Next moisturize to strengthen strands and reduce split ends. Then to add amazing shine I recommend my favorite service clear of color gloss the next time you visit the salon. It’s a great fix for dull hair of any hue and will make it smoother and easier to manage in one simple step.
While a lot of women darken their hair in the winter I like to take the opposite approach. I think it is a great time to go lighter because winter is dark and dreary.
Try the Razored Layers
Fall in love with your bob all over again by having your stylist add some razor layers. It will let you achieve loose, lived in texture. Plus the razor allows the hair to lock pieces with minimal layers. Ask for weight removal instead of short layers.
It’s never to soon to plan ahead for all the seasonal fun to come. Here are some ideas and practice makes party perfect!
To enhance the shape of your short style blow dry it immediately after It is towel dried and use a texture spray or dry shampoo. I recommend Goldwells Dry shampoo. Don’t be afraid to experiment with waves, deep side parts and full voluminous blow outs to keep it fresh.