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Professionals Winter Care Tips for Textured Hair

12/13/2017, noon | Updated on 12/13/2017, noon
Protect the ends of your hair by wearing it up in buns and up-dos. Constant rubbing on winter fabrics can ...
Protecting your hair during the winter months can be as easy as following a few helpful tips.

Professionals Winter Care Tips for Textured Hair

By Ursula Stephen

  1. The elements of winter weather can cause damaging effects on hair. The lack of moisture in the air can cause hair and scalp to become dry. One great solution for a dry scalp is to use a conditioning shampoo and conditioner such

as Suave Avocado + Olive Oil range.

2 Increasing your conditioning treatments and, switching to an oil based moisturizer is key. This will stay on the hair longer which as a result increases the protection from the chilly winter temperatures. Hydration is key!

3 Be sure to dry your hair completely. Hair takes much longer to dry in wintry

weather and, your hair will break if it freezes! If you are not able to let your hair

dry naturally, keep wash and go looks to a minimum.

4 Use a leave-in conditioner. This will prevent flyaway, static and frizzy hair, which is usually a sign that your hair is dry. Suave Avocado & Olive Oil Leave-in Conditioner based is ideal for locking in moisture which helps prevent breakage.

5 While hats and scarves protect you from freezing weather, the fabrics can be very damaging to the hair—causing breakage and dryness. Be sure to line hats and collars with silk scarves. This will create a barrier of protection between your hair and your hats.

6 Hydrate at night. Like skin, hair is very receptive to treatments applied during night time hours. Dry heat plus the wintry weather takes away moisture from the hair, especially at night. For this an oil or serum is perfect. Suave Moroccan Oil Infusion and sleeping on a silk pillowcase will also help to keep moisture in during the night hours.

7 Protect the ends of your hair by wearing it up in buns and up-dos. Constant rubbing on winter fabrics can cause split ends. If you choose to wear it down, trim regularly so split ends don’t stand a chance!