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Temperatures are dropping and chilly winter will be soon in its full swing. Cold, dry weather not only affects your daily routine but can also through a kink in your hair care regimen. Your previously silky smooth tresses start becoming dry and frizzy, courtesy static. The best approach to prevent your hair from these problems is to prepare your hair for winter woes even before the season starts. Here we will share with you simple ways to prepare your hair for cold, dry weather and keep your mane in tip top shape all through the season.
- Boost up your hair’s moisture level: Cold, dry air removes moisture from your hairs, leaving behind dry and damaged shafts that are prone to breakage. This also increases your hair’s susceptibility to static and you find yourself struggling with flyaway strands all the time. To counter all these problems, balanced moisture in inner structure of your hair shafts is necessary. When your locks are hydrated from inside out, external environment will not cause your strands to frizz.
- Address static at the start: Once you have made sure your hairs are adequately hydrated from inside out and well moisturized, it’s time to focus on your cleansing routine. Make sure your keep your scalp and hair clean, but avoid frequent washes as this can remove natural oil from your tresses, leaving them dry and frizzy. Also, use hair care serums and products when styling your hairs to avoid any damage. Applying products containing wheat amino acids prevent hair from heat damage and keep tresses moisturized. Silk amino acids, on the other hand, help repair damaged locks and keep them polished.
- Deep condition is the secret: Conditioning is a must to keep hair silky smooth in any season. Every time you shampoo your hair, it makes your cuticles dry and rough. To close the cuticles again, condition them the right way. Apply conditioner from mid lengths to the tips of the hairs. Leave it on for 5 to 7 minutes and then rinse off thoroughly. If it is not a leave-in conditioner, any product left behind can further damage your tresses. Deep conditioning fortnightly will have magical effect on your hair health.
- Trimming is a must: Your hairs are more prone to split ends during winters, when air is dry and cold. Regular trimming is a must if you wish to keep your locks looking at their best during winters. Start the season with a fresh hair cut and schedule regular trips to your stylist throughout the season to get rid of dead ends.
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