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6 Essential Hair Care Tips for Winter Everyone Should Know

Posted on October 31, 2022

6 Essential Hair Care Tips for Winter Everyone Should Know

Cup of hot cocoa, a warm wooly blanket, and Christmas cheer in the air; winter offers many highlights alongside chilly days. 

But while you are enjoying the best season, your hair is not! The brutal winter winds can do a number on your hair. Yup — there’s always a downside.  

Winter season’s worst casualties are on your hair. With the temperature drop, our hair goes in shock. Dryness and frizziness are worsened with the temperature change, and you are more likely to get a flaky scalp.

Don’t worry; we won’t let the extreme weather condition knock you!

To put an end to winter hair problems, all you need to do is follow the right winter hair care tips. Here are the 6 winter hair care tips that will help you protect your hair from becoming fragile and breakage-prone.

Six Essential Winter Hair Care Tips

The essential guide to winter hair care to protect the glory of your hair.

1. Avoid Hot Water Hair Wash 

Hot showers can have a relaxing effect on your body during the freezing season. But have the reverse effect on your hair. Washing your hair with hot water can suck your hair’s natural moisture leaving your hair feeling dry and dull. 

It is highly recommended to rinse your hair with lukewarm or cold water instead to avoid any damage caused to your hair.

2. Cover & Protect Hair With Scarf Or Hat 

Exposure to the cold, dry wind, and snow causes real stress to the hair. Covering your hair with a scarf or hat helps minimize exposure to polluting elements. 

Also, remember that cotton or woolen fabrics can cause friction that leads to spilt ends and breakage; hence use a silk or satin fabric to protect your hair from the cold air.

6 Essential Hair Care Tips for Winter Everyone Should Know


3. Oil Your Scalp Frequently 

The cold weather can suck out the moisture from your hair, and hot oil hair massage regenerates the lost moisture and shine. As a corrective measure to restore hydration & freshness in your hair, commit to frequent hair oil massages.

Scalp massage helps boosts blood circulation that keeps the scalp healthy, and promotes hair growth.

4. Avoid Heat Styling

Heat styling can be damaging to your hair as it takes away the moisture from the hair. The damaging heat from heat styling tools like blow dryers, straighteners, curlers, and more can cause split ends and hair to look dry. 

So limit the use of heat styling products to maintain the moisture levels in your hair. ⠀

5. Shampoo Less Frequently 

Natural oils in your hair provide a protective barrier between the scalp and hair. Washing hair frequently with shampoo will strip off the natural oils of the hair and causes dryness and irritation. 

Hence, take as much time as possible between hair wash sessions to retain the natural oils in your hair.

6. Weekly Deep Conditioning 

In winter, dry winds can remove the moisture in your hair and make it frizzy, rough, and dry. Deep conditioning your hair with nourishing hair masks locks in moisture and protects hair from breakage while keeping lengths strong.

Deep condition your hair once a week via hair masks to keep your hair softer, shinier, and hydrated.

Over To You

We think we care for our hair perfectly, until one day, we start noticing the harm caused to our hair. Winter is a time of the year that draws out the most vital moisture from our hair and causes hair woes.

Now it’s your turn to follow these 6 hair care tips to keep your hair healthy and hydrated. With these preventions, we are sure that you will be able to maintain strong, moisturized, and smooth hair all day in winter. 

Now go forth and get the perfect hair flips in winter!

Don’t forget to check out our other informative posts on Instagram for more hair and other skincare tips.

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