Tired of managing your hair in winter? Dazed for what exactly you need to do to take care of your hair or every trick you are using to take care results in a weird pricey outcome 🙁
Do you know as our skin loses its moisture during winters, our hairs too? Yes, our hair also needs protection against those harsh cold windy waves as our skin does. Have you ever thought of how easy it can be to protect your hair during winter? If not, help yourself with this below written basic words of advice.
Winter Hair Care Tips
Having a dry and itchy scalp during winter is common. As the temperature cools down, our scalp loses the moisture and becomes dry creating itching sensation. Avoid using hair-dryer as it increases the dryness in your scalp. Words from wise say that you should not use much chemical like shampoo or hair color during winter, instead go for hot oil with lemon therapy.
Still & crimped Hair
During winters we wear woolen clothes which results into leaving your hair static and frizzy. Avoid using hard bristles, instead of them go for the hair brush which is a mix of plastic and boar bristles. At the time of washing your hair avoid using hot water and go for lukewarm water, which would help to retain the moisture in your hair. Make sure to use a leave-in conditioner after hair wash.
Split ends & Hair breakage
Loss of moisture results in split ends. The only solution to this is trimming your hair and avoid tying it tightly with rubber bands. Your hair tend to become brittle during this season leading breakage of hair from middle. To avoid this, take proper and timely routine care as per your hair type.
During winters your hair tends to become dehydrated seeming dull. For a deeper treatment nourish your hair, oil your hair and keep it overnight and during shower wear shower cap so that the oil gets absorbed.
So what are you waiting for ? Get up and say good bye to those cold windy waves !!!
P.S. Want to know how to make your happy skin this winter? Find Winter skin care tips post and make your skin healthy and happy this winter… 🙂