Sunday , 27 November 2022

How to Prepare Your Hair for Winter

Hair Treatments | How to Prepare Your Hair for Winter

The great chill is just around the corner but if you adopt an effective winter hair care routine you can protect your hair. Give your hair some winter TLC at a time of the year when it needs it the most. 

Take a Look at the Shampoo and Conditioner You Use

You should always start with the basics when starting a proper hair care routine. Take a close look at the products you use and whether they’re suitable for your hair type. 

The best type of products are those that contain nourishing natural oils as these will penetrate proteins deep into the hair shaft. 

Turn Up the Moisture Levels

Try to include a deep moisturizing mask at least once a week. This will replenish your hair when it’s feeling thirsty and dehydrated. 

Drop the Temperature

Hot baths and showers might be tempting but they’re not the best for your hair. If the water is too hot when you wash your hair it strips oil away from the scalp. End your hot shower with a cold rinse for your hair. 

Embrace Your Natural Hair

Winter is a good time to give your hair a break from all those hot styling tools. Stop your hair from getting dry and damaged by embracing your natural hair and going heat-free for at least a few days every week. 

Look After Your Scalp

If you want your hair to be healthy and strong, you mustn’t forget about your scalp. Cleanse your scalp with a clarifying shampoo as this will get rid of any build-up and bacteria.  

Protect Your Hair

If you’re not quite ready to ditch the hot styling tools, use a heat protectant to limit the damage. Thermal protection sprays reduce the damage because they create a protective layer over your hair cuticles. They also hydrate and seal in moisture. 

One final tip, if you want to achieve healthy hair is to treat your hair from within. Eat a nutrient-rich diet that’s packed with fruit and vegetables and stay properly hydrated. Proper nutrition is vital for the production of healthy hair.