When you are away from home in a different climate your hair will be subject to time not used. Your hair needs to be protected in the same way it does with your skin. UV rays are very harmful to your hair affecting the pigment, strength, shine and vitality. For that you get your skin cleanser, moisturizer, sunscreen and after-sun lotion to have on your shampoo, conditioner, hair sunscreen and styling products. Cold Weather 1.
Cold temperatures weaken your hair and susceptible to damage. Loose hair tends to be static. Hair should be well conditioned and protected by a hat. 2. If you have frizzy hair use a leave-in conditioner and take a deep moisturizing mask with you on vacation.
All hair types benefit from the use of a spray for protection against heat and serum to keep the elements out and keep the moisture in. Damp weather in March. Hair expands as it does when it is wet in a humid climate. This will your hair fluffy or if it is curly, frizzy. 4. For all types of hair, a pre-treatment holiday deep conditioning is a must to nourish the hair and seal the cuticle, and you want to prevent excess moisture from hair. 5. If you have fine hair use a light leave in conditioner than halfway through his hair to the ends and use a serum to seal the ends after blow-drying, being careful not to overdo the serum on fine hair. 6. If you have curly or frizzy hair then you need to seal up the cuticle (the outside of your hair) to minimize the additional frizziness results in wet weather.