It's almost that time of the year when it’s all about cosy nights, hot chocolates and warm clothes! Although the winter chills feel good after the yearlong heat, the cool weather takes a toll on your hair.
While you cannot control the weather you can definitely prevent hair damage. Here's how to care for your mane in winter.
Who doesn't love some pampering? Winter hair sure does! Your dry hair will soak in all the moisture from hot oil massages and hair masks and thank you in return with improved hair texture and shine. To keep your hair game strong all throughout winter we suggest investing in a hair care regimen at least once a week.
Time To Trim
Ladies, winter is not a time to go stingy with trimming! We know how painful it has been to grow those last few inches but cutting them off might do you more good. For starters, winters rob your hair of moisture and we all know how dry hair becomes so much more prone to split ends and irreversible damage. Opting for a trim will keep those nasty splits from travelling up further and will add volume and texture to your hair.
Switch Your Shampoo
Your ordinary shampoo is not good enough to battle out the harsh climate. Winter mane needs a shampoo that gently cleanses while hydrating the hair and the scalp. While most shampoos dry out the scalp paving way for dandruff and other scalp problems, Dove Dryness Care contains Pro-Micro Moisture complex that hydrates your locks. If you need some hydration along with care for those split ends then we recommend you give Dove Intense Repair Shampoo a try.
Winter Friendly Hairstyles
Winter is certainly not the time to let your hair down but that doesn't mean it has to be boring. You can still wear your crowning glory with protective hairstyles like braids, buns, and ponytails. While you are at it, you can always turn to accessories like barrettes, hair clips, and hair bands to elevate your whole look.
Go Easy On Styling
Using hairdryers and heat styling tools in winter will simply dry out your hair further, causing breakage and even make your ends brittle. Reserve those styling tools for important occasions and use the hairdryer sparingly.