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WINTER HAIR CARE

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Almost every time, the chilly climate makes your hair texture frizzy and dry, right? If winter takes down the game of hair care, we've got you protected.

In several ways, falling temperatures and chilly winds will affect your hair. Then, what are the possible solutions for the same? To suit the shifting weather, you must adjust the hair care regimen accordingly.

To figure out what you can do, read on.

FOLLOW A PROPER HAIR CARE ROUTINE

Invest in your hair care regimen with patience, commitment and a lil moolah. People with perfect hair have diligently practised a certain hair care regimen to enjoy the benefits. Choose shampoos and conditioners that are suitable for your style of hair and the ones with gentler formulations.

Frequently wash and also condition your hair. To give your hair strands a punch of hydration boost in the winters, use hair serums, provide hot oil massages and apply hair masks.

2. DRINK PLENTY OF WATER

Water is among the vital ingredients of the hair fibres. In order to replenish the missing water potential in the winter months, keeping yourself hydrated is important. Yes, you've read that correctly. In winter, you will need to drink a sufficient amount of water to hold the hair moisture and to keep the strands hydrated and supple.

Hydration means you supply the hair with warmth from the roots to the ends. When the hair strands and scalp are moisturised, dryness, scalp itchiness and dry skin are all taken good care of.

3. USE SERUMS AND HOT OIL MASSAGES

Winters will drain your hair's hydration level out. In order to see hydrated strands the next day, apply a serum or oil and as leave in’s overnight. To prevent hair breakage, ensure you have proper sleep on a silk cloth or satin pillowcase which help reduce hair breakage.

For hot oil massages, one can use moisturising ingredients such as aloe vera, green tea and also the shea butter from your serums and oils such as coconut virgin oil, castor oil, olive oil including almond oil.

4. AVOID HEAT STYLING PRODUCTS

Heat will break your hair and create split ends generated from styling tools such as straighteners, or even blow dryers and curlers.

If you need to style, restrict your sensitivity to these resources and utilize a heat protectant hair serum. Take a break from these heat styling products in the winter season and go for chic hairstyles such as braids, baguettes, updos and twists.

5. BATTLE THE FLAKES

On your hair scalp, you can find white or yellowish occuring flakes that may appear on your arms and shoulders in this very season. This is the dandruff and in the winter time, a frequent complaint. Dandruff could be triggered in the winter season because of fungal infection or due to a dry scalp.

Try including an anti-dandruff hair shampoo that includes active compounds such as salicylic acid, and ketoconazole, including selenium sulphide, zinc pyrithione, or coal tar.

The shorter, colder winter days will add to a mentality of "I don't care" as it falls to your hair. It's freezing, and you're glad to fold all your strands away on most times under whatever hat keeps your ears from getting freezed.

These are the five simple tweaks that will boost your hair immediately and perk up up your look in the winters.

- PKMH

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Note: The recommendations mentioned in the article are generic in nature. Incase you‘d like a specific hair or a beauty consultation, reach out to us on email.



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