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Saturday, January 24, 2015
The Ultimate Winter Checklist for your Hair!
Here’s your ultimate winter beauty checklist that will make sure you have that lustrous mane you’ve been dying for.
The best way to keep your hair shiny and glossy during winters is to
switch your regular conditioner to an intense conditioner meant for dry
hair. During winter, the natural oils that keep your hair moisturized
get sapped easily, and leave your hair dry and frizzy. Giving it that
extra moisture is only going to help, so do get it without a second
Winter or not, make sure you always use quality products for your
hair and skin. Don’t be lured by new shampoos and conditioners arriving
in the market- changing the hair care products you use too often can
actually cause damage to your hair. Instead, stick to the products that
you know your hair loves, especially if you have dry hair that is more
prone to damage and breaks easily.
The benefits of regular trimming are severely underrated. Not only
does trimming help keep split ends at bay, but it also helps maintain
your hair and keeps it glossy and shiny. In fact, it is also believed
that trimming every 6-8 weeks can help improve hair growth and enhances
the natural beauty of your hair by getting rid of the damaged hair.
Your scalp health says a lot about your hair health and vice vera,
and during winters, make sure you give that little extra pampering to
your scalp, which is vulnerable to drying out. Choose from almond oil,
argan oil and coconut oil and give yourself a nice head massage atleast
once a week. These oils can actually give your scalp and hair roots the
nutrients they need to keep your hair shiny and glossy.
Be it summers or winters, one
hair care tip you should live by is to use lukewarm water while rinsing
your hair. You may love going for a hot water bath during the chilly
winters, but it will only leave your hair frizzy and unmanageable.
Instead, use hot water for your body bath and choose lukewarm water to
wash your hair. Limiting the number of times you have a head bath is
also believed to be helpful during winters.