How to Take Care of Your Hair during the Cold Season?

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The seasonal changes automatically bring in the necessity to change the maintenance rituals of your hair in order to keep it healthy. Unlike your expectations, they mostly depend on the treatments you apply and not on your hairstyle. Of course, there are a multitude of care and maintenance products for the cold season and the bad news is that you might have to try a few different solutions until you figure out which one is more appropriate. On the same principle, your caring habits are supposed to change too. Fortunately, you do not need to be an expert or a professional to enjoy a beautiful and healthy hair, while the expensive cosmetic treatments will soon become history.

 

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  1. Dealingwiththesensitivehair

The cold season automatically brings in some hats, caps or other accessories to protect you against the aggressive weather. However, picking an inappropriate product implies more hair loss. Stick to large accessories that do not add any pressure on particular areas of your head. The hair degradation is a direct consequence of such accessories. Besides, the rigid and harsh materials have the tendency to pick the hair and tear apart the sensitive one.

The most appropriate caps and hats have satin or silk casings. These materials are delicate and never pick the hair. Other than that, avoid covering your hair with the scarf. When you rely on a thick scarf, gather your hair in a ponytail to avoid the direct contact.

  1. Intensehydration

Every lady is supposed to know about the positive effects of hair masks, whether they are homemade or purchased from commerce. However, some of them fail to find the free time and rely on such treatments. If this mistake can be ignored throughout the year, a few masks are mandatory during the wintertime.

When the temperatures are too low, the hair becomes more fragile and tends to go dry. The hot indoor environments – like your home or office – accentuate these tendencies, so the constant hydration becomes essential. Moreover, you need a product to actually seal your hair. Aside from a balsam to be used after each wash, a weekly mask is more than important throughout the winter.

  1. Lessmoisture

If you use to wash your hair and go out while it is still wet, this habit is extremely dangerous when it is cold outside. You do not just risk catching a severe cold, but the hair may also freeze and lose its resistance if not completely dry. If you dislike using a hair drier, try to wash your hair a few hours before going out. Besides, depending on the hair size, some people use to wash it every day, while others do it at every few days. The wintertime asks for a change, so you do not need more than two or three washes a week. If you ignore this idea, adopting a particular hairstyle can give you a lot of trouble, mostly because of its dryness and sensitivity.

  1. Lessheat

The heat indoors will absorb some of the moisture in your hair. If you use a hair drier, a straightening tool or other similar devices, you are just accentuating the drying process. The natural dryness is a bright idea for the winter, while if you want to adopt an interesting hairstyle, you can just get some mild hair rollers and leave them in your hair overnight. However, there are situations wherein you cannot ignore a hair straightener. In this case, try to find an adjacent product with a thermal protection. Such products can be used throughout the year if you cannot live without the harmful tools.

Maintaining your hair like a professional is piece of cake if you are willing to adopt some basic rules. Aside from these maintenance tips, you should also think about:

û  Appropriate hairstyles for the cold season

û  Avoiding the harsh chemical treatments

û  Being more gentle

Douglas is a reputed hair stylist whose activity at Hair Salon Austin recommends him for an appropriate hairstyle, some maintenance tips or even a few ideas to adopt at home. His write-up on hair care tricks tries to educate the less experienced people on the dangers they might expose themselves to throughout the wintertime.