Start spring right with a hair care shake up. Switch up your beauty routine with these spring hair care tips to get soft, silky locks that will go great with that summer tan.
Has anyone else run outside into the first rays of spring sunshine only to realize in the harsh light of day what a toll the winter has taken on them? My body is still carrying those extra pounds from winter and my skin and hair is so dry and dull!
I can’t wait for warm weather to arrive, but I am beginning to realize just how much work I need to do to be summer ready.
After having a baby just a few months ago, my hair seems to be the first thing screaming to be revived. With spring in full force, I am changing up my haircare routine in order to get back some of the shine and body I want for sexy, beach hair.
Get A Trim
You can throw away lots of money on products meant to “fix” split ends, but in the end, cutting them off will be the only thing that truly fixes them. Split ends are dry, brittle, dull and usually lighter than the rest of your hair. It can take away from the beauty of your locks, and make it seem dull and unhealthy. A good trim can change the whole look of your hair. After a long winter of constant hat wearing and too many ponytails, I always go in for a trim to get rid of any nastiness. Instead of trying to fix those ends, cut them off and just start over.
I always like to get in the mood for summer with some fresh highlights. It brightens up my whole look, and I will admit it…They also help hide my grey and allow it to blend in better as my hair grows out. Even just a few highlights can freshen up those locks and maybe even knock a few years off with a youthful glow. However, processing your hair can dry it out so be sure to use products that will have keep it soft and manageable. TRESemmé Botanique Nourish and Replenish combines botanical rich ingredients with their salon quality formulas to create a shampoo and conditioner that is free of parabens, dyes, or silicones. It cleanses my hair without making it dried out and the coconut milk, coconut oil and aloe vera quenches my strands for a silky smooth shine.
Keep Those Strands Healthy
Keep hair soft and manageable by using products with quality ingredients that will make your hair stronger while creating a soft silky sheen. Nexxus Keraphix is a line designed with a protein fusion blend and black rice to help repair damaged hair. While I am hitting the beach this summer and swimming in pools, I try to be proactive about my haircare, and I will use the Nexxus Keraphix line to treat my hair after my saltwater adventures to help prevent damage.
Keep It In Place
From flyaways to full on frizz, it can be hard to keep summer hair looking on point. TRESemmé has a line of specially formulated climate control products to keep hair look sleek and healthy even in the hot summer heat. If I decide to straighten out my waves for the day, it will help keep my locks pin-straight and touch-ably soft.
Try New Dos
With wedding and shower season in full swing to during the spring and summer, it is important to keep your look fresh with fun, new dos. From braids to buns, the options are endless. An easy up do is also a great way to combat the summer heat.
Need some inspiration? Check out our list of pin-worthy spring and summer hairstyles here.
Be sure to browse the personal care at your local Vons/Pavilions, Albertsons or Jewel-Osco to stock up on all your Unilever products to help get you prepped for Spring and Summer.
PSSSTTTTTT – Right now, when you spend $30 on participating Unilever Personal Care brands, you’ll receive a $10 digital reward of your choice (A Visa Rewards Virtual gift card or a FandangoNOW reward.)!! All you have to do is take a photo of your receipt and upload it to TakeANewLook.com to receive your $10 reward
*Purchases must be made between 3/1/2018 and 5/31/2018.
You can also enter a sweepstakes at TakeANewLook.com where one weekly winner will be chosen at random for 13 weeks to receive a $400 prize pack (final prizing TBD). Good luck all!
What hot, new spring products are you excited to try out this year?
Sponsored post by Mirum. All opinions are my own.