Winter is over and by now we are probably looking for familiar signs of Spring—pastel colors, blooming flowers, and hair that’s free to move, bounce, and flow. It’s time to let your hair feel the lightness of Spring.The first step to consider is visiting your hairstylist for a rejuvenating haircut, whether it’s a completely new style or to cut split ends, and a deep moisturizing conditioning treatment. Taking these steps is important because hair that has split ends or is unevenly cut will behave as if it’s weighed down; it won’t move. Hair that is dry or damaged will look dull, flat and lifeless instead of being light and bouncy.
As always, hair that is clean and well conditioned provides the best results. Dirty hair is heavy and will not bounce or hold curls. Choosing the right shampoo is also important because you want to get hair clean without stripping it of natural oils. To prevent this from happening, look for gentle shampoos that don't strip hair and that add moisture. Women who suffer from dry itchy scalp can benefit from also applying a therapeutic shampoo that helps control flaking and relieves dryness and itching. If you don’t have time to deep condition opt for an instant conditioner that can moisturize and repair in three-to-five minutes.
Women with color, chemically treated or relaxed hair can choose a Hair masks maks or for afro and mixed hair can choose for a moisturizing products that sets and molds without flaking. After the hair dries and has been combed and brushed out, apply a heat protectant that seals the cuticle and locks in moisture, then bump with a flat iron. Finish with a lightweight gloss for added shine.
Naturally curly and don't want to use any heat? Use products for only for curly hair will do the trick. Just smooth or scrunch this products into your hair and with your fingers or a wide tooth comb to quickly define and hold curls. You can diffuse your hair or just allow it to dry naturally. Either way you'll get light, bouncy curls.