With winter comes a bunch of hair problems that seem unavoidable. Winter brings with it hair fall, breakage, frizzy hair, dandruff and more. But what if we told you that these winter hair problems are not all that unavoidable?  If you struggle with lifeless hair in winters, we might just have what you need!

Here are a few lifestyle hacks with which you can maintain your hair in the harsh winter breeze...

Leave-in hair products
 

Leave-in hair products

No amount of oiling, moisturising shampoos and conditioning seem enough for your hair during winter? Opt for leave-in hair conditioners and serums to keep hair looking manageable. If you suffer from severely dry and frizzy hair, try the Toni & Guy Smoothing Fluid Lotion. This smoothing lotion will control frizzy, static hair and will leave your hair feeling soft and conditioned.

Limit your head baths
 

Limit your head baths

Washing your hair regularly can steal the natural oils from your scalp. In winter especially, frequent hair washes can contribute to frizz, dandruff and dry scalp. So ladies, limit your hair washes to once every three days. This helps keep hair tamed and prevent dandruff.

Hair masks
 

Hair masks

Commit to hair masks this winter. Hair masks are as important as face masks. Make sure you dedicate one day of the weekend to hair masks exclusively. It hardly takes any time and you can go about your chore while the masks works its magic on your hair. You can try the quick fix and hassle free hair masks like the Toni & Guy Nourish Reconstruction Hair Mask.

Avoid hot water to wash hair
 

Avoid hot water to wash hair

We can’t stress enough on this one. Avoiding hot water to wash your hair during winter can be difficult but it is important. Hot water dries out your hair and makes it look rough and frizzy. So ladies, use normal or cold hair to wash your hair. If you can’t stand the cold, give your hair the last quick rinse with cold water.

Always dry your hair before stepping out but avoid hair dryers
 

Always dry your hair before stepping out but avoid hair dryers

Confused? Well this is not an easy one but you must make sure you do both. The cold winds are brutal to your hair and skin. So when you leave the house with wet hair, the chill outdoors can give you a bad cold and make your hair brittle! This will cause your hair to fall and break. So make sure your hair is thoroughly dried before stepping out. But the catch here is that blow drying your hair doesn’t do very well for frizzy hair either. So try to dry your hair naturally as much as possible.