Hot Hair Care Tips for Cooler Weather
Cooler weather means change even when living in Florida, where Boca Raton’s idea of a cold day is nothing compared to the rest of the country. With less heat and humidity, there’s no better time than now to experiment with some new looks for your hair. Here are some ideas for a Florida Winter full of great hair days.
Tip One: If your hair is long enough, pull it back in a ponytail. This classic look continues to be one of our biggest hair solutions in the Southern Florida region even on cool days. Select hair ties that match the natural color of your hair, wrap a strand around the hair tie, then secure with a bobby pin. This look is elegant and timeless for both the office and the club no matter what the weather.
Stay Looking Cool Throughout Winter…
Tip Two: We get to have messy hair in Florida. Beachy, sassy looks are always in style. When you’re looking for a quick change grab some product and try this ultra-chic elegant style. Use a
little drop of gel or pomade to give your hair a little bit of weight. During our windy winter days this look will keep your hair looking put together.
Tip Three: Eating a healthy diet during the winter can be challenging because of the holidays. By selecting the right foods your hair will continue to be radiant and shiny. Try selecting a diet that is full of healthy fats such as avocados and fresh fish. Living in one of the best places for fresh produce and seafood will help you stay fit and keep the locks on your head youthful.
Tip Four: Fall is the start of the winter season and if you haven’t done it before, trying a new style this time of year can change your perspective on what’s left of the year. Adding bangs to your current look is the perfect answer to trying something new without making a big commitment. Long bangs or wispy bangs swept to the side are an attractive alternative to humdrum hair for this season.
Tip Five: Developing a healthy regimen for your hair is necessary during the winter months. We tend to be busier with our work and home schedule. Unless you have a full-time job teaching aerobics you don’t have to wash your hair every day. If you do, make sure you select a shampoo and conditioner that is lightweight and can be used daily. Otherwise once every 3 days is sufficient. Swap out your favorite shampoo and conditioner once a month, so your hair doesn’t get bored with the product. Like everything else, hair gets used to the products that we use. Changing it up will put your hair in check allowing for those luscious locks to reinvent themselves.
Tip Six: Mix it up by using cute, sexy headbands. Headbands are almost a necessity when living in humid and extra blustery areas, but they can come in handy in the winter, too. Many women here keep a headband with them at all times. This is a classic look that is timeless. It’s like they’re never really in and they’re never really out, and they’re super cute, whether your hair is long or short.
Tip Seven: Less humidity usually means having the luxury of curling your hair without it looking frizzy or going flat. This is a great time for a little “curl power”!
Cooler weather is often times a blessing when living in Boca. Take advantage of these tips, or a new style, whether it’s something simple or more surprising. Your stylist can be your best friend when it comes to ideas and suggestions for your hair type.