Seasonal hair care tips- Adjusting your routine

The changing of the seasons wreaks havoc on your hair. With shifts in temperature, humidity, and elements, it’s crucial to hair care routine accordingly. Adopting seasonal hair care practices your locks looking and feeling their best year-round. 


After a long winter, your hair is probably feeling dull and dry. With spring’s increased warmth and humidity, it’s time to revive and restore moisture to your strands.   

  • Focus on deep conditioning – Treat your hair to weekly deep conditioning mask fort lauderdale hair salons. Concentrate the mask mid-length to ends to counteract damage from dry winter air.  
  • Exfoliate your scalp – Once a month, give your scalp an invigorating exfoliation to remove product buildup and flakes. Use a store-bought scrub or make your own by massaging in brown sugar.  
  • Update your look – Schedule a haircut to remove any split ends. Get a jump on warmer weather with some subtle sun-kissed highlights – your local HAIR SALON can provide an expert consultation. A few face-framing layers will boost volume and make hair look thicker.


Humidity and UV exposure pose the biggest threats to hair in summer. Fortunately, you can protect your strands with some simple seasonal adjustments. It is you swim regularly, coat hair with a pre-swim conditioner to form a barrier against chlorine and saltwater. For extra protection, wet your hair with clean water before swimming.  To remove chlorine, salt, sweat, and product buildup, use a clarifying shampoo once a week. Follow with a hydrating conditioner. Intensify your deep conditioning routine to combat humidity. Focus on the mid-lengths and ends, which endure the most damage. Try a Cold Water Rinse – Give hair an extra boost by rinsing with cold water at the end of your shower. This helps seal the cuticle for enhanced shine and less frizz just as skin needs sunscreen, so does your hair. Look for UV-blocking hair products, or use a spray sunscreen specifically formulated for hair. Wear a hat when outdoors.


The cold, harsh air of winter can leave hair extremely dry and brittle. 

  1. Shampoo Less Frequently – Scale back to shampooing just 1-2 times per week. When you do shampoo, use a very hydrating formula. Co-wash between shampoos.  
  2. Rely on Conditioner – Condition hair deeply every time you shower. Comb the conditioner through your hair and allow it to penetrate for a few minutes before rinsing out.
  3. Do a Hot Oil Treatment – Provide an extra moisture infusion with a DIY hot oil treatment. Heat oil like coconut, olive, or argan, apply to the hair, then wrap your head in a towel. Rinse after 20 minutes. 

Always Use a Heat Protectant – Shield hair from drying heat styling tools by applying a heat protectant spray or serum beforehand. Limit the use of hot tools.

Consider a Hair Gloss – A semi-permanent clear gloss provides a dose of conditioning, and hydrated shine. With no lifting or depositing of color, it’s ideal for winter. Ask your stylist at the HAIR SHOP for a recommendation.

John Peterson

Amanda Peterson: Amanda is an economist turned blogger who provides readers with an in-depth look at macroeconomic trends and their impact on businesses.