5 Tips to Protect Our Hair in Winter
Winter: This means short days, cold, rain, wind and snow if the weather is bad. For your hair, this means: dry, frizzy, lifeless, frizzy and unmanageable. It goes in all directions and your hair sticks to your face. Your curls will never take shape. Fortunately, our team has some excellent tips and tricks to help you get on with these dark winter months. With these tips and tricks, your hair will be back to normal in no time!
This blog will help you winterize and protect your hair. Even when the days are dark: be your own sunshine!
Here are five useful tips to help you through the winter!
1.Can I go out with wet hair in winter?
Yes, you read it right. Why don’t you go out with wet hair? Isn’t it good? No, you definitely shouldn’t do that. Since it is icy and cold outside, your wet curls will also freeze. This causes damaged hair that can break due to the cold. No one wants lifeless hair that is shed or damaged. So blow dry your hair or blow dry it well. Use a nourishing oil that keeps hair supple and protects against external influences.
2.How often should I wash my hair in winter?
Washing your hair too much in this dry cold weather will adversely affect both your hair and scalp. Your hair and scalp become dry, which means it needs more care. Wash only 2 to 3 times a week to prevent your hair from drying out. Do you still want to wash your hair more often? Then use a dry shampoo. This gives your hair a fresh boost!
Not a fan of dry shampoo and still want to wash your hair as usual? Then choose a shampoo that perfectly suits your hair type. So don’t forget to use conditioner to take extra care of your hair.
Our advice is to use a shampoo and conditioner that moisturizes, protects and conditions the hair. The moisture balance in the hair ensures that the hair stays in good condition or becomes very dry and lifeless. Therefore, choose a shampoo that mainly focuses on restoring the moisture balance in the hair.
3.Does winter weather make my hair lifeless?
Lifeless, electric, flat. These are the keywords that come to mind when winter hair is mentioned. You crave for beautiful writing and another radiant shiny curls every minute. Do not worry, this result can also be achieved in winter. It’s just a matter of extra care and a little more time and effort. It is a panacea, that is, a good treatment, which helps very well against lifeless hair. Consider a hair mask or a treatment with a solid ingredient. It is best to go to beauty centers for a complete treatment. Especially for ladies with long hair. If you often suffer from lifeless and electrified hair.
4.How do I protect my hair in winter?
Yes, you read it right. Literally protect your hair. The best thing is to protect your hair if you have to face the cold. And we know what you’re thinking right now: “Yeah, then I’ll take off my hat and my hair will be electrified and straight.” There are some solutions for this too. For both problems we have the main solution for you:
The hat? No, then I have that voluminous hair. Solution: To avoid this, use a volumizing shampoo and conditioner, gently comb your hair back and then you’re ready! Then you have a hot head and voluminous hair.
The hat? No, then my hair gets very electrified. Solution: There is a solution to this too. This is simpler than you think. Here’s the solution: Take a brush and your favorite hairspray honey, and then spray some hairspray on your brush. Comb your hair nicely. Do this carefully because no one likes scalp pain. Hairspray neutralizes your hair. Your electric hair goes out.
5.Does hot and cold have an extra effect on my hair?
Experiencing extreme temperature changes during the winter months is not good for your hair. Your hair will then be repeatedly damaged by the extreme hot or cold dry outdoor air. That’s why it’s important to properly protect your hair during/after blow-drying, straightening or curling. Before you start this, apply a hair serum to your hair. As a finishing touch, you can choose a finishing serum or hair oil. There are also specially developed sprays that are completely suitable for pre-spraying hair.