How is your hair looking this winter? For most of us, when winter arrives, so does dry and damaged hair. The best solution to any problem is prevention! Here are the best tips and tricks to prevent winter hair damage:
Wash your hair less often.1 Using too much shampoo too frequently can really dry out your hair.1 If your hair starts to look a little dirty or greasy in between washings, opt for a dry shampoo, like our Keranique Volume Boost, Invisible Dry Shampoo.
It is also really important to visit the salon on a regular basis.1 Having split ends is not a good look, your hair stylist will be able to keep those ends healthy and looking great.
Another thing to try in order to prevent winter hair is vitamin supplements. Keraviatin Hair & Scalp Health Supplement is a great option! It is designed to help promote hair strength, support scalp health and to help address the underlying causes which can lead to poor hair health.
Want a secret weapon to fight the winter damage? Buy a humidifier for your home or apartment! When you turn on the heat, the air can become too dry for comfort, and a humidifier will help keep your hair luscious and full of moisture.1
Try committing to weekly deep conditioning treatments. Treating your hair with extra care will help it to stay healthy and shiny throughout the winter months. Try Keranique® Micro-Exfoliating Follicle Revitalizing Mask, which deeply conditions with a unique blend of hair nutrients to restore and replenish damaged hair and support longer, stronger hair.
Another secret weapon to utilize in winter is silk!2 Silk will keep moisture where it belongs, in your hair, while other fabrics such as cotton will soak up the moisture from your hair. Consider investing in a silk or satin pillowcase, and line winter hats with silk as well.2
Finally, try to avoid adding heat to your hair.2 This means stay away from hair straighteners, blow dryers and curling irons as much as possible, which can cause your hair to be even more dried out and damaged.
Does your hair get dry and damaged during the winter months? Have you tried any of the solutions in this article? Share with us your story in the comments below!
1 – Information from HuffingtonPost
2 – Information from Self