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6 Ways To Combat Winter Hair

When the winter season is knocking at the doors, there’s an exhilaration to bring out the warm jackets,  hoodies and to feel the cold winds. But like every good night, this also comes with a price. The winter season tends to aggrandize dry hair and various dandruff issues. However, you can diminish your worries, and by following these six tips to make your hair look good while you style yourselves in dark colors, reported Business Standard.

Get a hot oil massage

By having a hot oil massage once a week by using either coconut or almond oil will be a breather for the scalp. This will help avoid a dry and scaly head and improve your blood circulation and nourishing hair in winter.

Go for trimming

Trimming is important for healthy hair, irrespective of the weather. However, the follicles get worsen during the winter. Cool air can lead hair to become dry and brittle which can lead to breaking and splitting ends. Trimming ends regularly will impede hair from breaking.

Opt for deep conditioning

Make sure to have a good, deep conditioner. It’s a very essential step after shampooing. During winter, your focus should be on deep conditioners as the unique formula will keep the dryness away from your scalp.

Make a hair mask

Just like the various types of masks we use for our skin, hair masks have become one of the hottest beauty trends nowadays. Cold weather is the reason for dry scalp and one should keep it hydrated always. Merge one egg yolk with a cup of honey. Mingle it well so it becomes a smooth paste and then massage your locks with it for 30 minutes. Wash it away with shampoo. Now you’re good to go.

Avoid over washing

Direct clear from washing your hair every day in winter. Daily washing will soak the hair’s natural oil and give hair dull look, unhealthy and without moisture. Wash it only twice a week for a frizz-free mane.

Protective styling

Cover up your head as much as possible during the winter season months. Tucking your hair away will avoid damage and dryness caused by the weather. Styles such as buns, wigs, weaves and headscarves should be the best option for this season. But make it sure that your hair is hydrated and conditioned before tucking it away.

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