How To Transition Your Child's Hair Care Regimen For The Spring

How To Transition Your Child's Hair Care Regimen For The Spring

Spring has sprung!! No matter what the weather says outside its Springtime and it is also a good time to take a look at your hair care regimen.

As the season’s change, your hair care regimen for your child should also change. Now is a good time to take a look at the regimen that you’ve set for your child and begin to transition the regimen for the spring. 

As the temperatures increase, what worked in the winter months may not work for the spring. Here are some tips to help you with your child’s regimen this spring.

Start With a Good Foundation

Now might be a good time to trim your child’s hair. Spring is a good time for a fresh start. If you don’t feel comfortable trimming your child’s hair you can also consult with your stylist.



The spring is a great time to Pre-Poo your child's hair. If you are not sure what a pre-poo is we’ve got you covered. A “pre-poo” is an oil treatment applied to the hair before shampooing or conditioning. Our Nourishing Growth Oil is excellent for this! Pre-poo helps keep your child's hair moisturized and also helps with the detangling process.


 Don’t Skip The Deep Conditioner

 If you were deep conditioning weekly you can go to bi-weekly depending on your child's hair. You don't need as much moisture as in the colder months so you can spread them out. It is still a good idea to deep condition for up to 30 minutes with steam. We recommend our Avocado & Banana Deep Conditioner.


Shampoo more often

If you co-wash your child's hair more often in the winter, it is a good idea to increase the shampoo sessions in the spring. If your child sweats a lot, that can cause more buildup on their scalp. We suggest using our Black Soap Moisturizing Shampoo to keep your child’s hair and scalp clean this spring!


Styling your child’s hair in the warmer months may be a bit of a hassle sometimes. Your child’s hair may frizz more and styles don't last long as long as they did in the winter because of all of the extra humidity in the air. Protective styling is a great option for warmer months and offers great benefits. Like less breakage because you will not have your hands in your child’s hair much during the duration of the protective style. We recommend using our Nourishing Growth Oil on your child’s scalp while wearing protective styles. Also, our Moisturizing Aloe Refresher Spray to keep the hair moisturized.

Know that you don't have to completely change up your child’s hair care regimen because of the new season, you may need to make tweaks to it.

How are you caring for your child's hair this spring? 



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