Fall 2020 Hair Forecast

Hair care tips based on your location!


Northwest

Mixed weather patterns are present this season starting off hot and dry then transitioning into chill temperatures during the mid season. Expect wet climates if you are located near the Northwest coast throughout the season. Protective styling is highly recommended as this technique will shield strands from the elements. REPAIR hair with hot oil treatments and scalp massages weekly and integrate oil PRE-POOs into your regimen to help your hair retain moisture. If your hair tends to be on the drier side, integrate products that contain humectants into your hair regimen. If your hair is more moisture balanced, prepare a plan B for frizz (ie. packing a hat, wearing a headscarf, rocking a protective style).


West North Central

Chilly temperatures approach during the midseason and follow the thunderstorms that occur early on. Protective styling is highly recommended as this technique will shield strands from the elements. REPAIR hair with hot oil treatments and scalp massages weekly and integrate oil PRE-POOs into your regimen to help your hair retain moisture. If your hair tends to be on the drier side, integrate products that contain humectants into your hair regimen. If your hair is more moisture balanced, prepare a plan B for frizz (ie. packing a hat, wearing a headscarf, rocking a protective style).


West

Dry and hot weather patterns dominate the season early on. Drink lots of water and HYDRATE hair daily. Be sure to integrate a leave-in conditioner with SPF properties into your care regimen and cover your hair from the sun to protect your stands from UV rays. Use anti-humectant butters and oils to SEAL moisture into your strands and prevent them from drying out.


Southwest

Dry and warm weather patterns dominate a majority of the season. Drink lots of water and HYDRATE hair daily. Be sure to integrate a leave-in conditioner with SPF properties into your care regimen and cover your hair from the sun to protect your stands from UV rays. Use anti-humectant butters and oils to SEAL moisture into your strands and prevent them from drying out.


South

Dry and warm weather patterns dominate a majority of the season. Drink lots of water and HYDRATE hair daily. Be sure to integrate a leave-in conditioner with SPF properties into your care regimen and cover your hair from the sun to protect your stands from UV rays. Use anti-humectant butters and oils to SEAL moisture into your strands and prevent them from drying out.


East North Central

Temperatures will consistently range from cool to warm with thunderstorm occurring early on in the season. If your hair tends to be on the drier side, integrate products that contain humectants into your hair regimen. If your hair is more moisture balanced, prepare a plan B for frizz (ie. packing a hat, wearing a headscarf, utilize a protective style). Also integrate a leave-in conditioner with SPF properties into your care regimen to protect your stands from UV rays.


Central

Summer weather patterns will continue on into October, making the beginning of the Autumn climate very warm. Drink lots of water and HYDRATE hair daily. Also integrate a leave-in conditioner with SPF properties into your care regimen to protect your stands from UV rays.


Northeast

Warm weather is expected to hold consistent throughout the season. Drink lots of water and HYDRATE hair daily. Also integrate a leave-in conditioner with SPF properties into your care regimen to protect your stands from UV rays.


Southeast

Tropical weather patterns will threaten the early period of the Autumn season, creating a very humid climate. REPAIR with deep conditioning treatments at lease every 2 weeks. Choose air drying over blow drying and incorporate silicone based products into your regimen to SEAL the moisture into your strands.