Fall in Kentucky: How to Care for Your Hair

Fall is in the air – FINALLY! The change of season means more than switching up your wardrobe, it's also time to switch up your hair. We've rounded up some hair care tips to keep your tresses shining all autumn. And, this month, Level Up is showing you how to make those cute buns and braids everyone's wearing on Instagram. 

Next Wednesday, October 11th, join us in Lexington for "Buns & Braids for Fall" with Maddie Wofford at Fitness Collective. Sign up this week to save $10. Our Louisville hair class is sold out for October, but we have several other great classes this month! Read on for Fall hair tips.

Fall Hair Care Tips for Kentucky

Bounce Back From Summer

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Summer can take a lot out of your hair! Many of us spend extra time in the sun, lighten our hair or spend a lot of time in the pool. So, the first thing you should do this Fall with your hair is pamper it. Help get it healthy again by treating it to:

  • Weekly deep conditioner treatment
  • Fresh haircut – Bye-bye split-ends!
  • Use a clarifying shampoo to strip product build up from your hair

Switch Up Your Product Line Up

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Fall usually signals the end of the battle against frizz. That means, it's time to switch up your hair arsenal. Instead, of anti-humectants, now you stock up on volumizing products. It can also be a great time to take a break from heat styling since the weather is now working with you and not against you – Let that natural texture flourish!

Do Something Different with Your Hair

Photo by Sam Manns on Unsplash

Photo by Sam Manns on Unsplash

Use Fall as an opportunity to get a fresh look. Not only can a new 'do lift your spirits, it can also keep your hair healthy and strong. For instance, if your go-to look is a tight, top-bun, you might start to notice signs of strain on your hair from too much tension. Even something as simple as moving your part over a little can add new life to your hair. You can get ideas from Instagram, magazines or even ask Maddie at the "Buns & Braids" class.