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There is no time like spring to change up your hairstyle. Whether it is a new, shorter 'do, or a change in color like we're seeing with Sarah Hyland, Emma Roberts, and Shailene Woodley - who all decided to go darker in honor of spring's arrival.
While spring can be a great time to change up your look, just be careful, because chemicals like bleaches and dyes can fundamentally change the structure of their hair, making it weaker and more susceptible to breakage and damage. Overusing these treatments and frequent color changes can lead to breakage, hair fallout, loss of density and volume, and in some severe cases, even traction alopecia.
If you're looking for a way to give your hair a little TLC after the winter months, you may want to consider a "scalp makeover," because healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp! Beauty treatments for the scalp can range from sebum-regulating topical serums (as well as hydration, anti-hormonals and blood microcirculation stimulants) to scalp steaming, scalp massage, electrotherapy stimulation, hair boosting dermal patches and laser therapy.