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Fall Hair Care: Nurturing Your Natural Hair for this Season


As the leaves change and the temperature drops, so should your hair care routine. Just as you adapt your wardrobe to the autumn weather, your natural hair also needs special attention during this season. In this article, we'll explore some essential tips for caring for your natural hair in the fall.

1. Hydration is Key

The cooler fall weather can be drying for your hair.
To combat this, focus on maintaining hydration.
You can opt for using deep conditioning treatments or hair masks weekly.
These are formulated with ingredients that will penetrate the hair shaft to impart long-lasting hydration. It will keep your hair looking supple and healthy during this season.

Our Tailored Beauty Moisture Penetrating Deep Conditioner Treatment contains a premium herbal blend of Fenugreek Powder and Bhringaraj Oil. This conditioner has the right amount of slip and nutrients to reduce breakage, restore damaged strands, and aid in length retention.


How To Use:

  • To replenish and moisturize hair, apply to wet, freshly washed hair.
  • Divide into several sections. Distribute from root to tips.
  • Let deep conditioner penetrate for 15 minutes with a plastic cap.
  • For added moisture, use a hair steamer or heat cap.
  • Detangle and rinse thoroughly. 



2. Protect Against the Elements

Fall often brings wind and rain as there is change in the temperature. This can lead to our hair becoming frizzy as it is lacking hydration.  Additionally if the hair is left exposed, it can cause breakage, knots, and so much more. To protect your natural hair, consider wearing protective styles or low-manipulation styles. These styles not only shield your hair from the elements but also reduce manipulation, which can lead to breakage.

To keep your hydrated during this time to prevent frizz, you should be using our Tailored Beauty Moisturizing Mist. It is packed with humectants that helps keep the hair moisturized longer. Perfect for keeping the hair hydrated during this season as our bottles are designed to spray a fine mist. 


How To Use:

  • Spray the length of your protective style with the mist
  • Apply a sealant such as Tailored Beauty Everything Butter or Grow Thick Oil


3. Scalp Health Matters

A healthy scalp is the foundation for vibrant natural hair. In the fall, cooler temperatures can lead to a dry scalp. Combat this by massaging your scalp with natural oils like jojoba or coconut oil to promote blood circulation and prevent dryness.

Our Tailored Beauty Grow Thick Oil is the perfect blend of oils that you need this season.  This lightweight oil is your answer to dry damaged hair! Great for keeping hair moisturized on a daily basis or long term during protective styling. Start building your healthy hair regimen with this oil that contains natural vitamins and omegas for a healthy hair and scalp. 

How To Use:

  • Apply nozzle to the scalp directly and squeeze along the scalp
  • Massage the scalp using the pads of your finger to increase blood circulation

4. Protect from Heat Styling

With cooler temperatures, you might be tempted to use heat styling tools more frequently. However, excessive heat can lead to damage. If you need to use heat, always apply a heat protectant from tips to root. The heat protectant acts as a barrier between your hair and the high temperatures from the hot tool. More importantly, keep the heat setting at moderate as it will be high heat damage. rate.




As the fall season arrives, adapt your natural hair care routine to protect against the challenges of cooler weather. Keep your hair hydrated, protect it from the elements, and pay attention to scalp health. By following these tips and optimizing your natural hair routine, you'll ensure your natural hair stays healthy and radiant throughout the fall season. Happy hair care!

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