Beauty Treatment. Carefree Hair

January 22, 2009 • Beauty


Natayle Henry for Second City Style Magazine

As a general rule, when the weather changes we typically run to
stock up on new moisturizers, body lotions and cleansers in an effort
to combat the effects of the changing weather on our skin — but what
about our hair?
Like your skin, the change in weather can be
damaging to hair leaving it susceptible to breakage. Also contributing
to the damage of your hair are the day-to-day stresses inflicted upon
hair like blow drying and heat styling. Fortunately, there are a
few tricks of the trade that can aid in eliminating the trauma weather
changes and frequent styling impose on our hair.

Professional hair stylist and owner of Atria Hair Studio in Atlanta, GA, Stephanie Bates, offers sound advice for protecting hair and getting the most out of your style.

Drink Up!
“It’s imperative to drink a minimum of eight glasses of water a day. I
know it seems minuscule, however, your scalp needs this to aid in the
production of natural oils.”

Find Products Suitable for your Hair Type.
“Everyone is different. So no one product can be everything to
everybody. It’s a matter of trial and error. I recommend you keep your

Nix The Hot Showers.
“Try not to take extremely long and hot showers. The moisture will
surely undo a great style or blow dry. If this is something you can’t
budge on, I recommend wearing a shower cap that keeps the humidity out.”

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