By Black Hair Hub | Jul 04, 2019
Autumn is around the corner. Which means every park looks like a true postcard with falling leaves and their mesmerizing pretty colours. Your hair too can misbehave and mimics the leaves, showing signs of hair fall, during this time. Read on to know how to come about a suitable autumn hair care regimen for your tresses.
The transition from summer or monsoon to autumn can take a toll on your hair. The change in temperatures make hair dry and cause friction between strands. This can cause breakage, brittle hair and weak ends. Hair shedding becomes a common thing. To overcome this and save your hair, use moisture-rich oils or heavier butters to seal in the moisture post a hair wash. We recommend African Pride Moisture Miracle 5 Essential Oils enriched with jojoba, castor, olive, coconut and argan oil.
For really dry and unruly hair – use a steamer for 15-20 minutes as it will deposit the moisture by penetrating deep into the hair cuticle. If you don’t already have one, it’s ‘bout time you invested in one! The results will be worth every cent spent.
Moisturizing and steaming is one thing but keeping the hair protected so as to soak in the moisture is another. Choose from traditional Bantu knots and Abuja braids to contemporary cornrows! We recommend using African Pride Black Castor Miracle Braid & Scalp Cleansing Rinse to remove any dirt build-up with ease. Plus it’s super gentle on the hair.
Yes, you guessed it right! Hats indeed should indeed be your go-to come autumn. But wool causes a lot of friction and takes away essential moisture from your hair causing even more tangles. Use a silk scarf instead. You can wear it underneath your cap to keep your hair protected.
If you’re all about autumn colours, then how about giving your hair a splash of colour too? Check out Hair Colour Trends To Follow.
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