Once more, it’s that time of year! The holidays are quickly approaching, and the weather is cooling down. To adapt to the colder weather, you might need to make a few adjustments to your Blowout routine. Here are some suggestions to keep your blowout healthy this winter.
Spend money on high-quality shampoo and conditioner to keep your hair healthy in the winter.
Did you know that using shampoo and conditioner of salon calibre is crucial to maintaining the health of your hair throughout the winter? When temperatures drop and static buildup makes strands uncooperative, investing in high-quality products is imperative. A professional salon formula will add additional moisture to parched hair, shield it from damage from the elements and free radicals, and enhance colour with nourishing components. Therefore, start using shampoo and conditioner that are of salon-quality right away rather than waiting until your hair feels or looks dry or frizzy. This season, you’ll notice a significant change in the way your hair feels. At your next appointment, make sure to ask your stylist about the best product for your particular hair because we’re here to help!
To avoid split ends and encourage healthy growth, get regular trims every 6 to 8 weeks
Do you want to maintain the health and beauty of your hair? Every 6 to 8 weeks, the Artisan Hair Salon advises getting a regular trim! This can help promote the growth of thick, healthy hair in addition to preventing split ends. Your hair will always look its best with routine trims from Artisan Hair Salon, so stop in today for your trim and say hello to gorgeous locks!
Maintain moisture levels by applying a deep conditioning treatment at least once per week.
Weekly deep conditioning treatments are the best way to keep your hair looking and feeling its best! This simple action can have a significant impact on the appearance and general health of your hair. A deep conditioning treatment adds an extra moisture layer that keeps your hair hydrated and smooth throughout the week. To find the right amount of product for your hair type, read the instructions carefully because using too much can make your hair greasy and heavy. You’ll soon be sporting perfect locks if you set aside a little time each week to give your hair some extra TLC. Should I Go Red? Ask Our Vioz Hair Colorist.
If at all possible, refrain from using heat- styles and instead invest in a high-quality heat-protectant spray.
It should come as no surprise that heat styling tools are frequently used to achieve the latest beauty trends. However, did you know that using those tools too frequently or without the proper safety precautions can seriously harm your hair? Although some hairstyles require these tools, it’s best to avoid using them every day. It is advised to invest in a high-quality heat protectant spray to help protect your hair and reduce heat damage if you are unable to completely stop using them in your routine. For best results, follow up styling and thorough combing of your hair with a conditioner.
Before going to bed, cover your hair with a silk scarf to avoid static electricity and breakage. A silk pillow is a fantastic substitute.
Sleeping with a cotton pillowcase can result in flat, lackluster hair in the morning, as well as breakage and static electricity. Before bed, wrap your hair in a silk scarf to help lock in moisture and preserve its lustre as an easy fix for these issues. Try using a silk pillowcase in place of a silk scarf if you don’t have one. While you sleep, this will hydrate your priceless locks, giving you tousled hair that looks salon-fresh!
Healthy eating and drinking habits will benefit your hair from the inside out.
The key to caring for your hair from the inside out is to consume a healthy, balanced diet and plenty of water. For your hair to grow and thrive, it needs essential nutrients from food, such as protein, vitamins, and minerals. Aside from making you feel fuller for longer, adequate hydration can also make your hair shine beautifully! Making sure you drink enough water each day can also aid in preventing split ends brought on by dehydration. Take good care of yourself from the inside out by eating a healthy diet and giving your body the hydration it requires if you want to have healthy, happy hair.
Obtain the proper tools
One of the most taxing aspects of blowout at home? All the pulling and yanking. Extreme tension can split and break delicate hair. But having the appropriate equipment at your disposal can help to limit the harm. Among our go-tos? brush with paddles. The one with a blend of nylon and boar bristles is your best option. The boar bristles spread out sections of hair and hold them for a quicker, more even drying process while the nylon bristles gently detangle hair. The Dream Smooth Paddle Brush is our go-to brush.
Maintain the quickest blowout time possible
The potential harm increases with the length of the blow-drying process. Longer blowout result in extended heat exposure, more pulling and yanking, and unhappy hair.
We’ve talked about a few methods for accelerating blowout in the past. However, one action you can take is to spend money on a product that shortens the dry time. The trick with these products is to choose one that doesn’t contain any alcohol. Why? Alcohol is commonly used in blow-dry sprays to evaporate extra moisture, further dehydrating hair. But the drying method is incorrect. These alcohols eliminate not only surplus moisture but also the essential natural oils for healthy hair. They may actually cause your hair to become internally dried out, making it even more brittle and breakable. A spray free of alcohol is the answer.
If you are new to the art of blow-drying, you should be aware of how crucial it is to have clean hair before blow-drying. This first step serves as the foundation for a flawless blow-dry routine. Hair that has recently been washed will style more easily, smoothly, and with a glamorous blow-dry appearance. If your hair is naturally coarse or curly, oil it a few hours prior to washing it, and then use your usual moisturizing shampoo and conditioner to wash your hair until every trace of oil is removed. Your hair will look smooth and shiny at the proper moisture level. Utilize a conditioner next after washing your hair.
Squeeze the Hair’s Extra Water Out.
Wet hair is always vulnerable to damage, as was previously mentioned. As a result, after washing your hair, make sure to gently rub it with a soft towel. Use a soft t-shirt to wrap your hair gently in order to protect its health, then wait until every last drop of water has been absorbed. Once finished, take off the towel and let the hair air dry for a short while. A leave-in conditioner can also be used to moisturise hair more deeply and smooth out tangles.
Section off the hair and detangle it
After washing, hair is more likely to tangle and develop knots. Additionally, untangled hair strands allow any hair styling machine’s heat plates to glide more easily. To remove the tangles and flyaways, divide the hair into small sections and work a paddle hair brush through each section individually. The length of time it takes to dry a section of hair increases with its size. Tie them up with hair clips as you untangle the hair knots section by section to keep it separate from the knots.
Begin blow-drying your hair
To ensure there are no tangles, unclip one section of hair, then detach it from the rest of the hair and brush it once more. Then, start using the hair dryer after turning it on and selecting the hot curling brush to wrap the hair section. Move the brush away from your face and in the direction you want the hair to fall. Always use a low heat setting on the dryer and a nozzle attachment to regulate the direction of the hairstyle for the best styling results.
Utilize both cold air and heat spray to treat the blow-dried hair.
Don’t stop blow-drying your hair right away; instead, use the hair dryer’s cool shot button to lock in the shine. Apply a hair serum or spray to seal the style and make it appear shiny after running your fingers through the curls to fix the hairdo. Use a round hair brush to brush up the hair in larger sections if you want to maintain the volume.