Spring Beauty: How to Do It Right

We know you’re hardly breaking out the sundresses yet, but warm weather is just around the corner—we promise. In eager anticipation of the sunshine, sandals, and al fresco happy hours that await, we’re already plotting our our beauty plan to make sure our look is as perfect as our moods.

Keep Your Blowout From Wilting

Achieving Middleton-esque volume and movement is one thing in the comfort of your home, but when the warmer months hit, it’s all too common to watch your hard work fall flat the second you walk outside.

Prepping is your best weapon for preventing the aforementioned scenario, but it’s all too often overlooked. Now more than ever, make sure you use a Prep product suitable for your hair type. (Aveda has a full range of Style-Prep products.) Stay away from oil-based gels, and make sure to finish with a light-hold hairspray to enhance hold without cramping movement. Try Aveda Air Control!

Beat Humidity, Beat Frizz

Whether your hair is coarse and curly or straight and flat, you’ll eventually fall victim to summer’s humidity and the frizz that comes along with it. Nothing can totally protect against it, but there are certainly plenty of prevention tools that will make a noticeable difference.

Our number one tip is making sure your hair is moisturized. If hair is dry, it’s more likely to suck up the moisture in the hair (and wreck your look in the process). Moisturize daily with a small drop of Dry Remedy Oil, and finish any style with Light Elements Serum or a Spritz of Air Control.

Stop Breakage

A day at the beach is one of summer’s greatest gifts—but the sunshine, water, and salt can wreak some serious havoc on your tresses. Luckily, you can avoid the split ends and brittle, straw-like texture summer brings with a daily leave-in conditioner.

We love Aveda Damage Remedy Daily Hair Repair because it’s truly a powerhouse product. It repairs damage by up to 26%, protects against heat styling, and helps detangle post-pool or ocean.

Now get out there and treat yourself to a new sundress. You’ll need it before you know it.

 

 

 

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