Great Fall Hair Tips From Paul Gerrard

Fall is such a lovely season: the changing color of the trees, a chilly breeze in the air. As the leaves start to fall beautifully from the trees, people retreat into the comfort of their warm homes. But, have you noticed that your hair may be retreating too?

The folks at Paul Gerrard have seen it often; clients who bemoaned the sorry state of their hair during the fall season. All too frequently the indignant reactions of women (and men) who neglected their hair routine to be rudely awakened with dirty, dull hair when the fall season comes a-knocking.

“I just woke up one day and my scalp was just all oily, it’s yuck!”

“It’s like someone steamrolled over my head”

“I never used to have any problems; I don’t know what happened!”

You know what’s the real reason here? We know; it’s procrastination (and seasonal hair loss). A trip down to Paul Gerrard will set you right, but it is always better to prevent than to cure. For your hair’s sake, there are a few things you should do to make it healthy and luscious – the way it should always be.

Wash you hair at least twice a week during the fall season and use good hair conditioner, to keep your scalp clean and free of build-up. This helps to prevent dandruff and hair loss problems.

Massage your scalp with lukewarm oil once a week, and apply hair masks. Like your face and skin, hair needs sustenance and nourishment too, hence such external treatment is more than just pampering; it really is a necessity.

Take control of your unruly hair. Untangle your mane with wide teeth hair brush, and tie the hair in a neat ponytail or bun. Alternatively, go for a short hair – your Paul Gerrard stylist will be able to recommend the best cut to fit your facial features.

We wish your hair well for the fall season!

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