Let It Shine – Six Pro Tips For Mature Hair

Inverse Hair NZ - Pro Hair Tips for aging hair

Shiny, healthy hair is at the top of our to-do list at any age.

Whether you’re rocking the colour or owning the grey, hair texture changes as we mature. The battle for gorgeous, healthy hair intensifies as our locks clash with hormones, menopause, medication and grandchildren!

No matter your age, it’s your time to shine. Here are 6 top tips from Inverse Hair Conditioning System creator and hair stylist David Roe:

You’re unique. One of a kind. So choose a style that suits your face shape and compliments your features. Ditch the rules. Forget about having to go short as you get older – longer styles on mature woman can work. But choose a cut that suits your lifestyle and remember lengthy locks take longer to style.

Dry your hair in the natural air. Side step an extra blast of heat by saying no to heat drying devices as often as you can. Plus, regular trims go a long way to preventing splitting, fragile hair. Your salon is your friend. Book a visit. You know you want to….

Cover up when you’re out and about. Sunshine causes grey and white hair to become yellow. If you colour your hair, protect it from the elements to minimise colour fading.

Silver or purple shampoo and conditioners have a neutralising effect and are a good option to banish unwanted yellow in your hair.

Look for products specifically designed to rejuvenate and invigorate mature hair. Sub-zero temperatures are scientifically proven to increase moisture content and strengthen both fine and coarse hair, giving you a more youthful look. Chat to your stylist about options that are suitable for you and your hair type.

Find natural, no-nasties ways to manage and condition your hair. Inverse is the world’s first award-winning ice conditioner that improves the condition of your hair every time you use it. Find out how you can lock in smoother, stronger, shinier hair using the power of ice. Click here.

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