The winter season is beautiful but it takes a toll on our natural hair. The cold air outside and the indoor heat can strip away the moisture from our hair and leave it dry and more prone to breakage than in the warmer months. These six simple hair care tips can help you attain your best hair yet this winter.
A nourishing shampoo is essential during the winter season. A great nourishing shampoo moisturizes and cleanses your hair without stripping away your natural oils. A nourishing shampoo also promotes shinier hair and a healthy scalp.
This winter, show your hair some love by using a deep conditioner once or twice a week. Deep conditioning is a great way to maintain your healthy-looking hair. It repairs damaged hair, restores hair’s moisture, and reduces hair breakage.
Add extra moisture to your hair by using a leave-in conditioner. A leave-in conditioner is most useful if you have dry, damaged, and frizzy hair. I have used leave-in particularly more in the winter to increase moisture and improve the health of my hair.
Think of the winter as the perfect reason to give your hair a break and try some beautiful protective styles. There are several simple, low-maintenance protective styles to choose from. For example, mini-twists, buns, cornrows, and braids. Choose a hairstyle that allows you to easily moisturize your hair and scalp.
Investing in a satin bonnet or scarf can save you a lot of money on hair products. Wearing a satin bonnet or scarf while you sleep at night preserves your natural hairstyle or your curls. Bonnets and scarves retain moisture in your hair, reduce the amount of frizz you wake up with, and help prevent split ends. Sleeping on cotton is well-known for drying your hair out, and for that reason, I highly recommend using a satin bonnet or scarf to preserve the moisture in your hair.
Consider drinking more water in the winter to avoid dryness of skin and hair. Our bodies need hydration which will enhance our hair’s appearance, strength, and shine.
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