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How to Care for Natural Hair in the Fall Season

By September 29, 2020Hair Tips, Thank God Im Natural

Fall is here! With the weather becoming colder and drier, hair is in need of more moisture. While in the summer you can sometimes get away with lightweight products, the colder months often require a little more moisture. Learn how to care for your hair this season with these tips below!

 

1.Deep Conditioning

Deep conditioning hair is imperative to keeping it well-nourished and moisturized in the colder months. Deep conditioning helps restore moisture, repair damage, prevent split ends and nourish the hair shaft. Our Rose Water Hydrating Mask is highly effective for adding moisture to dry, thirsty hair. Enriched with vitamins A, B, C, D, E & B3, and Omegas 3, 6 & 9 to support the hair shaft, moisturize and protect while adding softness.

2. Daily conditoning

Having a daily conditioning routine is imperative to keeping your hair conditioned this season. If the hair is not properly conditioned in the colder months, it can be more susceptible to breakage. Using an effective leave-in conditioner every day or when your hair is in need of moisture can help prevent that breakage. Our Rose Water Smoothing Leave in Conditoner helps to seal in moisture while protecting hair from free radicals. The Butter Cream Daily Moisturizer for Natural Hair with shea butter and vitamin E is another highly effective leave-in to infuse hair with much-needed moisture. 

3. Staying Hydrated

Beauty does start within, and so does hydration. No matter how much product you put on the outside, if you are internally dehydrated, it isn’t going to provide much help. Drinking the recommended eight glasses of water a day, cutting back on alcohol and caffeine, and eating fruits and vegetables with high water content can help your body, hair, and skin stay hydrated. Staying hydrated will help whatever products you choose to use to be more effective.

4. Protective styling

Protective styling is another crucial component when it comes to caring for natural hair in the fall and preventing dryness. Be sure to style hair in protective hairstyles like braids, twists, and buns to prevent hair from rubbing against sweaters and scarves which can cause breakage. Protective style as often as possible to help keep hair well hydrated in the fall.

5. Hair treatments

Naturally, with colder weather people tend to stay in more than they do in the summer months. What better way to spend your time in the house than by giving your hair a little tlc and doing hair treatments? Our Jamaican Black Castor Oil works wonders as a hot oil treatment and is perfect for the fall.

Is your hair ready for fall?

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