04 October 2017

7 Tips for Beautiful Hair this Autumn


At this time of year, which sees the return of the cooler weather, our beautiful tresses can often suffer becoming dry, brittle and losing shine, but keeping your hair in great condition need not be as difficult as you think. These 7 simple tips should certainly help to keep your locks looking luscious until the arrival of spring - there is minimal effort involved too...





If you're entering the season with hair that is already damaged from the summer sun and chlorine filled pools you may want to work on repairing it before the cold wind and rain worsens it. Look at purchasing some hot oil treatments or masks to deeply moisturise your hair. These can usually be used once or twice a week and they can really improve the condition.


If you regularly use styling sprays, wax or mousse on your hair it might be time to clarify it. By using a clarifying shampoo you can remove the build up of styling products which can make it appear limp, greasy or heavy and restore the shine.


If you haven't had a hair cut in a while it might be worth a trip to the salon ASAP. By adding a few layers and losing those split ends it can instantly make your hair look and feel so much better. 


Many of us will suffer from hair loss at one point or another which can be caused by pregnancy, stress, vitamin deficiencies or a number of other reasons. Although you may want to hide under a bobble hat this winter it can be helped - try regular scalp massage to improve blood circulation and encourage faster regrowth or caffeine enriched products. If your confidence has taken a real knock you may want to look into a hair transplant which many celebs have been doing recently.


If you regularly reach for the curlers, straighteners or dryer you could be damaging your hair daily. Try to reduce how frequently you use heated equipment and opt for lightly towel drying your locks or letting it dry naturally from time to time. Ensure you use protective spray when the tongs do come out though.


Take a look at your diet as what you eat and drink can have a big impact on your hair. Ensure you consume lots of water, fresh fruit and veg if possible and you will soon start to notice a real difference, not only in your hair but with your skin and nails too. 


Although wool hats and hoods keep you warm and looking stylish, they can cause friction which damages and breaks your hair. Try ear muffs or put your hair up when the weather is really bitter as an alternative.


What tips would you add to the list?

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19 comments :

  1. I always use a hair mask at least once a week! X

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  2. This is perfect advice for someone with curly hair too! My hair gets so dry and damaged. I have been doing a deep conditioning treatment once a week, but will try the hot one! That sounds interesting!

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  4. My hair definitely needs a little more care! Find that it just gets so frizzy round this time of year. Love doing a hair mask though when it feels really dry!

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  5. My hair gets so dry in autumn especially with all this wind at the moment. Need these tips

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  6. I really need to follow some of these tips as my hair isn't in great condition at the moment! I didn't realise that diet affected the hair so I am going to try and drink more water to see if that might make some difference x

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  7. My hair is always really dry as I dye it so much. Plus living on the coast means it's windy and the air is salty from the sea so I need all the tips I can get. I love putting a hair mask on when it gets really bad. Always feels so soft afterwards.

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  8. My top tip is always to go to the salon for a trim as it really helps doesn't it!

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  9. I have a 14 week old so my hair is at the postpartum fallnout stage :( so depressing! X

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  10. These are great tips, Winter can be really rough on hair x

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  11. Autumn is definitely the season in which you need to prepare your hair for winter. Trimming and applying masks to your hair are very important into keeping it healthy and shiny.

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  12. I suffered from post pregnancy hair loss, and good hair masks helped a lot.

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  13. I loved this i am at the post pregnancy stage of hair loss amd it is very depressing so making what i have left great is vital for any feel good factor

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  14. I lose tons of hair but luckily my hairdresser says its just old hair thats reached its optimum length, and I have very thick hair. I'm lucky enough to not need to worry about it but these are fantastic tips for those having trouble

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  15. I love masks and also elasticisers. I have mega thick hair which needs lots of tlc. Great tips x

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  16. I've read that, if one has healthy hair and no problems, it's good to do as little to your hair as possible: avoiding colours, backcombing and even washing it as little as once a week. The less products you use, the better, apparently!

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  17. Great tips! My hair is really suffering at the moment, this time of year it is always terrible. I need a good conditioning treamtnet.

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  18. I love using hair masks! I have a favourite at the minute and it's a garner ultimat blends one! It just works magic on my hair!!

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