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Winter is definitely here, and with it, colder temperatures, sometimes violent winds and drier air. All of these factors can wreak havoc on your hair and scalp, which often translates into dull, brittle, and all-out gray hair. But don't despair: there are ways to keep your hair looking its best and looking great this winter. Here are our tips for having shiny hair all winter long. Whether it's using hair care, protective hairstyles or deep conditioning treatments, these tricks will have you keeping up appearances and feeling a real sense of well-being all season long. Don't let the winter blues get you down; read on to learn how to keep your hair fabulous, even when the weather isn't favourable.
If you live in a particularly dry region, especially in winter, your hair needs moisturizing. This type of product can help boost the hydration of your hair and keep it healthy, soft and smooth. Dry air can damage hair, including breaking it and creating split ends. It is therefore essential to maintain an optimal level of hydration to prevent these problems. You may also notice that your hair will be more manageable if you use a nourishing conditioner.
If your hair feels particularly dry this winter, a weekly deep treatment may be just what you need. These hair treatments will help your hair stay smooth and manageable, even in cold weather, when your hair may be drier and more brittle than usual. Be sure to use a treatment formulated for your hair type. If you don't know which one to choose, your hairdresser can recommend the one that best suits your hair.
Don't worry if your hair doesn't feel hydrated immediately after a treatment. These treatments usually require several applications before you notice their effects. If you don't have time to give your hair a weekly treatment, try doing a deep treatment at least once a month. You can also use hair oils throughout the month to help your hair stay hydrated.
When the weather is cold and dry, your hair is more susceptible to breakage and damage. Whether you have a short cut or long hair this season, there are multiple ways to protect your hair mass using hairstyles. You can braid them, pull them up into a bun or a ponytail or even cover them with a hat, a head band, a headband or even a pretty silk scarf. By protecting your hair in this way, you can drastically reduce the risk of damage, keep it looking shiny and healthy by keeping it free from environmental pollution and preventing breakage.
If your hair is long, it may seem strange to cut it during the winter. Still, it makes sense that now is the right time to do so. When it's cold outside, your hair can become more brittle and less manageable, making it harder to style and maintain. Cutting your hair in winter can help you keep it healthy, more beautiful and manageable. Regular trims can also help maintain your hair, as they help eliminate split ends before they have a chance to cause more damage. Not sure what hair length to choose? Ask your hairdresser for advice. They will be able to recommend the best length for your hair type and texture, which may vary depending on the season.
Cold winter air can make your scalp dry and flaky, leaving you with irritated and itchy skin. Dry, damaged hair and scalp can be particularly problematic during the winter, but fortunately there are ways to combat these problems. Using the right shampoo and conditioner for your hair type can help keep it hydrated and healthy all year round. If you have dry hair, try choosing a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner.
Try to avoid shampoos and conditioners with chemical compounds as they can reduce the moisture level of your hair. If you have oily hair, try using a shampoo and conditioner designed to remove excess oil. Avoid products with a high amount of sodium sulfates, however, as they can strip your hair of its natural oils. Organic hair care products are a good alternative, but that shouldn't stop you from checking the labels carefully.
If you like to use heated styling tools, such as curling irons, straighteners and hair dryers, it is important to remember to take care of your hair. Using too much heat on your hair can cause significant damage, especially in the colder months. If it is difficult to deprive yourself of drying in winter, try programming lower temperatures on your devices when you style your hair. If you must use heat on your hair, we recommend using a heat protectant before doing so. This will prevent your hair from being damaged.
Now you know how to have shiny hair all winter, but also healthy and disciplined. To perfect it all, do not hesitate to opt for a soft detangling brush which will prevent breakage and keep your hair in perfect condition.