Five Excellent Tips for Healthy Hair in Winter Season
Thursday, 1 December 2016
Now that the winter season is upon the days, and we are much colder, it is time to start considering about ways to save our hair from the damage that the winter components can cause. Here are five tips that will help you sustain healthy, amazing hair this season.
One very easy tip is to wear a hat when out as it keeps the hair protected from the snow, rain and wind. However, as we all know, no woman wants the feared hat locks. An enormous way to avoid this is to wrap the hair in a soft silk scarf before wearing you are comfortable, made of the wool hat. This helps to save the hair from damage due to the heat rubbing against the hair, and it reduces on the fixed.
Another fantastic way to fight fixed is to use a real heat styling product for blow-drying such as the Vidal Sassoon Pro Sequence Heat Secure and Glow Apply. This can also be used on dry hair before using a flat iron or curling iron.
During the winter season, it is a smart idea to address the hair once a week to a complete conditioning cure. This will help to renew the wetness, which tends to get exhausted from things such as the dry heat in your residence and the cold winter air. I suggest something like the Vidal Sassoon Pro Sequence Moisture Secure One Minute Bumble or Cover up and Bumble Quenching Masque. These products are fast and easy ways to lock wetness back into the hair.
Another option is to use hair oil like Oribe’s Gold Lust Nourishing Hair Oil after you have shampooed the hair. It is like molten gold for dried or color-treated hair! This can be used on wet hair to blow-dry in or as an easier and shine oil on dry hair.
I also find if you can keep cleansing the hair to a lowest, say two to three times a week, this will avoid the hair from dehydrating out too much. Also, always make sure you dry the hair before making the house. Because you will get a cool, but the wetness in the hair assorted with the cold air, will not only add further damage to the locks by making it weaker and dry.
Regular trims are an enormous way to keep the hair in great health during the winter season as well — every 6-8 weeks, just get a light cleaning of the finishes reducing the chance of dry, splitting ends.
One surprising key to keeping your hair looking excellent during the winter season is to spend in a warm air humidifier. I know you think that moisture is equal to hair, but when you have the heat on, the air in your residence becomes scorched, and I find the warm air humidifier helps stop your skin and hair from feeling dry. The issue with the hot air humidifier is that they are not very nice-looking. I lately found an excellent one by Center that looks elegant and works well.