This winters, let love your hair

Winter is  already at our doorstep! So, what are you waiting for – thank the stars for finally stopping all the heat damage that your hair was going through! It is also time to start planning a hair care routine that is fit for winter. During these jack frost months, cold outdoor weather combined with dry indoor heat can wreak havoc on your strands, leading to split ends and breakage. To help you sparkle this season, we bring you few precautions that will keep your locks silky and lustrous.

Control Frizz

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One of the most annoying things about winter is all of the static. The hoodies, sweater, gloves, and beanies all seem to gang up on your hair, making it a static, frizzy mess. To tackle this, use a vented hair brush that has a combination of plastic and boar bristles while combing your hair. Wash your hair only with lukewarm water, not hot water, as the latter will strip away the natural oils that protect and nourish your hair. Apply a leave-in conditioner to keep your hair smooth.

blow dry: do it right

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During the winter months we tend to use heated appliances more. Too much heat on the hair can cause further moisture loss, so by adding a little extra effort into your blow dry, this will cut down the amount of times you will apply heat to your hair.

medicated shampoo

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If you find that your hair is extremely flaky, we would recommend that you buy a medicated shampoo containing salicylic acid. After putting in the shampoo, stimulate the scalp by massaging lightly with a brush. This will increase blood circulation and help to keep a flaky scalp at bay.

warm oil to moisturise your scalp and hair

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There are hot-oil products on the market but you can also use olive oil. Warm it slightly and massage into your scalp and hair. Leave it on your hair for one to two hours and then shampoo out. Don’t worry if you don’t get every bit of the oil out of your scalp; it will continue to moisturise and condition your hair and scalp.

Shine And Bounce

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The lack of moisture in winter not only dries out your scalp and makes your hair frizzy, but also leaves your hair looking dull and lifeless. Brush or comb out your hair with a wide-toothed wooden comb to remove tangles and apply raw honey to the length of your hair from the roots to the tips. Cover up your hair with a shower cap or towel and leave it on for about 30 minutes. Wash off with lukewarm water. Honey is a humectant that seals in the moisture and helps restore shine and bounce to dull and damaged hair.

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