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Happy Spring, beauty lovers! In addition to brighter more beautiful weather, Springtime brings us ideas of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth.

Here at ARROJO, we are all about growth & bettering ourselves especially when it comes to our luscious locks. It’s time to give your hair routine a MAKEOVER!

 

Swap the Shampoo for a Co-Wash

Over washing your hair strips it of its natural oils, thus leaving it drier and more prone to breakage. It also fades color treated hair faster, causes more split ends, and dulls your hairs shine. Don’t ditch the shampoo entirely, but begin to transition into to a co-washing routine, where you eventually only wash your hair 1-3 x a week.

ReNEW CoWash, $20

 

Start Using Hair Oils/Serums

 

 You take your vitamins everyday, and your hair should too! Using oil in your hair is a one-stop shop for hair health with multi-benefits ranging from heat protection, humidity protection, nourishment of dry damaged hair, added shine, etc. Don’t wait until you are graying to begin caring about hair health.

Shine Luxe Oil, $28

Healing Oil, $26

Defrizz Serum, $20

 

Apply a Weekly/ Monthly Mask

The face mask trend has taken off so far that I literally see people on the street wearing face masks- give your hair the same love with a weekly or monthly hair mask. Factors like weather, color treatment, and even your pillowcase can cause damage to hair over time, hair masks can bring your hair back to life.

Whipped Treatment, $28

 

Don’t Pick Up the Hot Tools Without Picking Up a Heat Protectant

 

This a big NO NO with an EASY fix. You wouldn’t sit on the beach all day without putting on sunscreen (I hope). It’s the same concept with heating up your hair. Why fry it when you can protect it & look cute at the same time.

 Protective Thickening Lotion, $25

Smoothing Iron, $240

Curling Wand, $125

 

Lean In: Match Your Hair Products To Your Hair Type

  Stop using generic drug store shampoo. If you have color treated hair, get color-treated shampoo. If you are lacking moisture get moisturizing shampoo. If you have curly hair, get styling products specifically designed for curls. This will make all the difference not only with styling but with overall hair health. Find your niche & don’t look back!

American Wave Hair Care for Curls, $28-$30

We challenge you to do a 30-day challenge with your hair BRAND NEW routine. It takes 30 days to build a habit, so here’s to better hair habits!

All products available at arrojoproduct.com. Get free shipping with $50+, always!

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This image is taken from the Holographic collection by Ashley Kowalsky and Zach Norman. As a creative hair color technique, Holographic blends the trendsetting art of hair painting with the vanguard art of air brushing, which uses compressed air to apply color in tailored gradients, creating light intensity and illumination that drifts with the shape of the style. The technique enables creative color creations and placements, exemplified by this long length featuring ribbons of blue, red and yellow. Steal this look in the notes.  Click for StyleNotes →

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You’d heard the saying great things take time? Well that doesn’t have to apply to fixing dry and damaged hair. While there’s no magic potion for instant great hair, using moisturizing conditioners, treatments, and oils will certainly help speed up the recovery time. They’ll pump your locks with needed hydration so they get healthy quick and look amazing. So if you think your hair is looking a bit sad and brittle, click through to the notes to learn about some great fixes. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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There is a lot of talk about how hydrated hair is the key to healthy hair, and while this is true, the question that arises is how much moisture do you really need in your hair? Everyone is different and you should tailor your hair care to your personal preferences. Click the notes to get our suggestions. –– Kelly Rowe

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“Why is my hair so dry?” It’s a question I obsess over come fall. It’s an annoying state that makes having a great hair day seem impossible. But since looking at my strands and sulking over bad hair days doesn’t do anything but make me feel worse, I decided to investigate and take a look at some of the culprits causing dryness in the first place. Click through to style notes for my findings, some may even surprise you. –– Michelle Rotbart