Summertime is the season of outdoor festivities; we spend afternoons next to the pool, and weekends on the patio next to the grill. As a result, hair usually lightens and skin darkens. Plus, the summer warmth and humidity works with us to moisturize and renew.
But just because we’re heading into fall and then winter, where we trade the fireplace for the park, doesn’t mean we have to give up the glow of summertime. Instead, with some simple tactics, we can carry summer’s warmth with us all year.
Give Bad Hair Days The Boot
It turns out that when your bad hair day is killing your mood, it’s not just an illusion. In a series of five studies on class inequality, researchers at Stanford found when researching bad hair days, “…that your perception of your own physical attractiveness has an even greater effect on your mindset than previously suspected.”
For hair that doesn’t kill your vibe during the colder months, utilize smart products with home remedies targeted at your specific bad hair day maladies. If you feel helpless when you look at the toll the colder months have taken on your tresses, you shouldn’t. You have the ability to stop bad hair days in their tracks! BIOSILK Silk Therapy is a remarkable leave-in treatment for both hair and skin. Silk is one of the strongest fibers in the world, so it makes sense to harness that power to strengthen hair! Silk Therapy actually revitalizes and rejuvenates both your hair and your skin with an incredibly weightless formula. It works hard to hydrate both skin and hair, while the silk holds in moisture and provides glossy shine due to its Triangular Molecular Structure. Truly a miracle in a bottle, BIOSILK Silk Therapy is the answer to your bad hair days for good! You can grab Silk Therapy at your local Ulta for $27.
BioSilk Silk Therapy Original is a weightless leave-in silk replenishing and reconstructing treatment that helps repair, smooth and protect all hair types.
- Fills voids in the cuticle to create smooth hair
- Aids in preventing split ends
- Provides incredible shine