Fast Facts on Winter Hair
Category : Hair
Fading fast is the long days of fun in the sun, not mention your summer tan. Your hair has been exposed to the sun,wind, seawater and pool chemicals. Even that refreshing sea air has left your hair dried out. Those sexy beachy curls aren’t that beachy anymore. With winter fast approaching your hair might signalling an SOS.
During the months of winter with much less exposure to the sun hair generally becomes dull, which let’s face it if your hair is looking dull, is going to filter down to your face. Investing in a good Moisture lock shampoo and hydrating conditioner will keep that shine in your hair and make you feel like you are walking on sunshine all your way through this winter.
Yes! Static hair can become one of those early mornings groans. Winter months have much less of the humidity than in the summer. Which causes patrons, neutrons, and electrons to move around in the air causing a lot of static electricity. Especially with those lovely woolly warmers. Avoid this by using natural brushes and combs, stay away from the plastic. Use a hair serum or leave in products. Using an ionic hair dryer can work wonders to tame those literally static flyaways.
With the lack of moisture in the air, hair becomes brittle causing split ends galore! It is easy to protect your hair from the split end season.
Use a wide tooth comb post shampooing your hair as well as after.
Have a good leave-in conditioner that also has heat protection for blow drying.
Get your hair trimmed regularly to get rid of those nasty split ends. (make an appointment: 021 9794292)
But we know some days are just impossible to get to your stylist in time. So here we have a home remedy for a quick fix until you can get to the salon.
This will smooth out those split ends.
Mix together: 1 egg yolk, 2 tbsp of olive oil and 2 tbsp of honey. Once mixed well apply to towel dried hair and cover with a shower cap or cling film. Let the magic happen for approximately 30 min. Shampoo as normal. The emollient properties will seal those split ends for a few days.
We know the feeling, winter creeps up on us quickly and out come those coats, scarves, and beanies. By the end of the day, the hair in the nape of our necks are left so matted we could call them dreadlocks! How to avoid this painful problem is simple. With braids being very mod, braid your hair and turn it into a braided bun or side braid. But if you really need to wear your hair loose take a section of your hair from behind your ear towards the nape of your neck and tie a low pony and leave the rest of the hair falling over it. No one will be able to see it and you are left with matted free hair!
With these easy tips to tame the winter hair blues, you will be able to flaunt those golden locks or sleek brunettes all your way into Spring!