The spring season signifies the time of year when a lot of people start booking travel plans. The first big vacation many people take is during spring break, which will be here before you know it. You’ve got a lot of different things to plan for and pack, but you can’t forget about your hair. Investing in a quality leave-in conditioner may be all you need to survive your upcoming vacation, but here are some other products to consider taking along with you as well.
Use Sulfate Free Shampoo And Conditioner
Whether you plan on washing your hair every night or every couple of days during your trip, always wash with a sulfate free shampoo and conditioner. It’s strong enough to clean your hair, yet gentle enough to ensure it doesn’t strip away all of the natural oils produced by your scalp. If you’re going to a humid location for your spring break trip, sulfate free shampoo and conditioner should be the first product you pack in your suitcase.
Heat Protection Products
Assuming you’ll be spending a decent amount of time in the sun during spring break, be sure to pack sun protection for hair. Excessive UV rays can make your hair dry and brittle, so you don’t want to have to be fighting with styling it during your trip and afterward. Heat protection products are also valuable if you plan on using heat tools to style your hair during your trip. Of course, you could also turn down the temperature on those tools to reduce the risk of damaging your hair as well.
Dry Shampoo Is Great When You’re Short On Time
While we don’t necessarily promote dry shampoo as being a product you should use regularly, it’s no secret it can bail you out when you’re in a pinch. Sometimes after a long day of fun-filled activities, the last thing you want to do is wash your hair with sulfate free shampoo and conditioner. Dry shampoo can come to the rescue to make your hair look presentable for another day or two until you’re able to wash it thoroughly.
Spray Bottle To Hydrate Your Hair
Keeping your hair hydrated is almost as important as hydrating your body. When you’re outdoors during spring break, remember your hair likely hasn’t been exposed to as many elements in the past few winter months. It can dry out quickly and end up tangled, knotted or brittle. You don’t need anything fancier than a spray bottle that you fill with water and carry along with you. Spritzing your hair with water every few hours when you’re outdoors can go a long way in keeping it healthy and hydrated no matter the weather elements.
RemySoft is excited about the change in seasons since it always brings new inspiration with hairstyles. Protecting your hair should always be the number one concern you have. Then once you have healthy hair, you have many more styling options to consider. If you have any questions or concerns about what hair products you should pack for your upcoming trip, feel free to contact us at any time.