How to Make Your Hair Colour Look Natural
Now that the winter months are upon us and the days are much dryer and colder, it’s time to implement a winter hair care strategy. The lack of moisture in the air can result in frizzy, lifeless hair. However, hair problems can be avoided with ease as long as you implement the right hair care routine. Here are a few steps you should be taking this winter to ensure you maintain healthy, beautiful hair.
Switching to hydrating shampoos and conditioners, minimizing the use of heat styling products and letting your hair air dry while you’re indoors, are all things you can do to reduce the chance of your hair becoming a static disaster.
As long as you have a good hair care routine for winter, problems such as dry frizzy hair can be avoided. As the cold, dry air makes it hard for your hair to retain moisture, it will often become brittle and prone to breaking. Try to avoid heat styling products and allow your hair to dry naturally. Apply a leave-in conditioner to keep your moisturized and static-free. Frequent washing will strip the hair of its natural oils so avoid over-washing your hair.
Keep the Shine
During the winter months your hair needs all the moisture it can get so it’s good to condition your hair as part of your hair care routine with products such as Sebastian’s Penetraitt Repair Shampoo and Conditioner This system provides effortless detangling and deep conditioning, transforming hair from dry and dull to soft and lustrous!
Limp Lifeless Hair
Your hair can become limp and hang lifelessly due to the lack of humidity in the winter air. All that time you spend on blow drying and styling your hair can be a waste of time. Try a volumizing product such as Wella’s EIMI Extra Strong Hold Volumizing Mousse.
It’s a good idea to treat your hair once a week to a conditioning hair care product such as Wella’s Enrich Moisturizing Treatment, which will protect your locks from the harshness of the cold, dry winter air. The winter months are also the perfect time for visiting the salon and getting a trim to take care of those split ends.
Your hair will barely notice the winter season has arrived if you make these tips a part of your hair care routine. Now that you know how to prevent and fix winter hair issues you can sit back and enjoy the season!