Winter is here!!! But how do you escape from Dry hair days
Winter is great for you.
But so bad for your hair.
But that’s only if you don’t care for it.
Enrich Salons tells you how.
The dry cold weather will lead to hair breakage.
So what do you do?
You wear a hat or wrap a scarf or pull on a woollen cap, right?
The material these things are made of rub against your hair and make the already bad situation worse.
Just stitch on a smooth silk or satin lining under your hair wear, and you are ready to go!
Fight winter dryness with deep conditioning done more often than normal, which is at least once a week.
Keep away from glycerin in winter.
Stick to natural oils to help you retain the much needed moisture in your hair.
Warm the oil and massage it well into your scalp.
Keep it on for at least one or two hours.
Shampoo only once after that, even if that leaves some oily residue behind.
As a general rule, avoid shampooing too often in winter.
Avoid winter frizz by avoiding very hot water while washing your hair.
Stick to luke warm water.
Even though we keep harping on the importance of retaining the moisture in your hair, we will contradict ourselves by saying wet your hair less often.
This is to keep those coughs and colds and flus away.
Use heat even less.
Flat irons, blow dryers and curling irons are big enemies where winter is concerned.
Go for wet sets instead, but remember to dry your hair completely before stepping out.
Style your hair in what is called protective styling.
Choose between buns, top knots, braids, twists and French rolls.