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5 Summer Hair Tips To Keep In The Fall

Its the first week of Fall; Summer’s officially over. But that doesn’t mean you have to pack up your Summer Hair Tips with your swimsuit and flip flops.  Here are 5 Summer Hair Tips You Should Keep In The Fall.

Summer Hair Tips To Keep In The FallMessy Bun

The messy bun is your best friend especially in the Summer. Your relationship with the bun doesn’t have to end.  Messy Buns transition perfectly into the Fall and Winter months.

Deep Conditioning Treatments

The hot, humid summers makes deep conditioning treatments a must.  This is true for the Fall as well. Even though there are cooler temperatures the air is more dry which can dry out your hair. Continue your Summer deep conditioning treatment schedule.  You may even need to increase them as Winter approaches.

Summer Braided Hairstyles

Some people see braids as a Summer thing. But braids are perfect for all times of the year.  As the temp. drops you want to protect the most fragile part of your hair, your ends.  Braids are perfect for that. Plus, they also work for any occasion.

Stay Away From That Blow Dryer

As a previously mentioned, Fall air is dry and can dry out your hair. Blow Drying everyday doesn’t help. Experiment with low heat or no heat hairstyles like Braided Hairstyles or a Messy Bun.

Summer Wavy

You learned how to embrace your natural texture. Continue to rock your natural texture. Its  less time consuming and healthier for your hair because you’re not fighting against what your hair does naturally.

What are your best Fall Hair Tips?

Tamara is the Founder and Editor of Natural Hair Rules.com, a site dedicated to encouraging others to be who they are naturally. Visit anytime at www.naturalhairrules.com. You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

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