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Simply Amazing Winter Hair Tips

Simply Amazing Winter Hair Tips

When it comes to winter, your hair can take a real battering. The cold weather and harsh winds can play havoc with your delicate locks. And what many people do not realize is that you need to protect your hair in the winter just as much as you do in the summer. But many people do not know how to protect their hair from the unforgiving climate of winter.

Simply using an intensive conditioner once every couple of weeks will not be enough to keep your hair looking and feeling great all winter. If you want to keep your hair in top condition then you need to know a few things.

The cold conditions can dry your hair out very badly, so you need to be careful. Dry hair is incredibly fragile and a lot more prone to breaking so you need to be careful not to cause any more damage.

Washing your hair is one of the biggest causes of breakages. Wet hair is very fragile and so the movement of the hair needs to be minimized. Always brush your hair before you wash it. This means that you will not be pulling at your hair to try and work the shampoo and conditioner through the knots. It also means that the conditioner will be able to penetrate the shaft of your hair more easily because it will not have to focus on detangling your hair.

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What Water Temperature Should You Wash Your Hair In?

You also need to make sure that the water you use to wash your hair is not too hot. If it is then it will strip the sebaceous (oil) glands of the scalp of their natural oils. And the hair needs these oils to help protect and lubricate it. So when the natural oils are washed away then it causes the glands to overcompensate for the loss by producing more. This results in an oily scalp and very dry ends.

Shampoo and Conditioner

Normal conditioner is not sufficient to keep your hair protected during winter. Choose a shampoo and conditioner that are more intensive and will add moisture to your hair. Alternatively, you could try one of the shampoos and conditioners that are specifically designed for winter months.  These contain specially selected ingredients that will stop the winter elements damaging your delicate hair.

Cover Your Hair!

Keep your hair covered up. Just like you would in the summer. Creating a barrier between the weather and your hair is one of the most effective ways of keeping it safe. Choose a warm and stylish hat to keep your hair in good condition.

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Reduce the Heat!

Try to cut down on the use of heated appliances. These will damage your hair even further. They will also remove any moisture from your hair which is a very bad idea in the winter months.

If you must use heated appliances then you should always use heat protection before you use them

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  • I need to show this to my daughter to explain heat and her hair, You seem to have similar hair like hers. Thank you for the tips!

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  • My hair might be weird or I like it light and bouncy but I usually dip my hair in hot water and just makes my hair so pretty. It doesn’t get dry. But I also air dry it most of the time.

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  • Theses are some helpful tips. I also follow many of them which you lused in your post.

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  • Ohh thanks for all of these tips, my hair doesn’t struggle too badly in Winter but I do find out it dries out a little.

    Ami xxx

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  • Such great advice. That’s why I don’t use any Iron Strengthening Hair because my hair gets damaged. Your hair looks gorgeous I love it.

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  • Claudia Blanton
    March 12, 2020 4:41 pm

    oh, I really need to do something with my hair. I have been neglecting it all winter long, and now I am just keeping pulled back, in a bun, which is a shame! Thanks for the reminder, that I should put in some effort, and get over this neglect – blessings!

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  • Shelley at BeyondPennies
    March 12, 2020 3:40 pm

    Great tips! I always wash my hair in super hot water. Maybe that’s why its so dry?? I have noticed it stays in better condition when I don’t use a hot hair dryer.

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  • Kristine Nicole Alessandra
    March 12, 2020 7:38 am

    Your tips are really helpful. My hair gets all frizzy in weather extremes. I try to avoid using blow dryers. When you age, your scalp does not produce as much oil as it used to so I just let my hair dry naturally.

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  • Great tips for how to take care of your hair in the winter. Mine gets really dry during the winter months.

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