6 Tips You Should Know To Repair Your Hair Before Winter
Out with the old and in with the new (at least when it comes to your hair). If you ever find yourself in a hair slump, it could be a sign that your hair care routine needs an update and its time to repair your damaged hair. No matter what your reason is for wanting to make a change, hitting the reset button just in time for winter has never been easier. Read on for six easy tips on how to repair your damaged hair before winter by updating your hair care routine.
Tip #1: Use A Clarifying Shampoo
The truth is that your hair might still be recovering from the damage that it sustained during the summer. One of the best things you can do is to start things off with a clean slate by using a clarifying shampoo like Purify Shampoo to repair your strands. As a tea tree oil shampoo, it works to clear your hair of impurities and salt or chlorine build up and without stripping your hair color. Use it once a week or every other week to detoxify throughout the season.
Tip #2: Restore Your Hair
Alternatively, you can also treat hair to a nourishing experience with Nano Works Gold Shampoo and Conditioner. The treatment for dry, damaged hair can help repair and hydrate seriously parched strands that are working to recapture moisture lost during the summer. Since it contains a blend of keravis protein, vitamin B and golden marula oil, hair can feel stronger and appear shinier. It also protects your hair color so your strands will be vibrant all season long. Crisp, cold weather makes for the perfect opportunity to rock shiny hair.
Tip #3: Up Your Masking Game
If you find that your hair has a hard time absorbing or retaining moisture, it might be time to throw a mask into your hair care routine. After all, it’s not uncommon for dry hair going through a seasonal transition to need a little extra TLC. Not only can using a mask help make your hair feel softer, it can also make hair that’s prone to tangling feel manageable. For a mess-free mask packed with moisture, try Superfood Hydrate Treatment .
Tip #4: Max Out The Volume
As the weather cools down, so does your hair’s level of volume. Sounds crazy, right? Think about it: in the summer humidity is to blame for making your hair frizz up, but it’s helpful because it makes your hair big enough to score volume. When fall rolls around, there’s less humidity, and it can come as a shock to your hair as it goes limp and experiences less volume. To compensate for the lack of moisture, give volume-challenged hair a boost using a volumizing Levitation Mist that instantly lifts roots.
Tip #5: Fend Off Static
It’s no surprise that colder weather can make hair feel like it’s full of static as, once again, a lack of humidity in the air can send hair’s electrons into overdrive causing a rise in static electricity. What’s even more problematic is that static electricity is especially common in straight dry hair. To keep unexpected shocks at bay and repair your dry, spritz your dry or damaged hair with a Colour Fanatic Leave-In Treatment before styling. By moisturizing hair, it helps cut down on unwanted static. Added bonus, it protects your color-treated hair at the same time.
Tip #6: Give Up The Heat
Getting healthy hair this season may be at the top of your to-do list and laying off of hot tools is the first step. To remedy the situation, consider letting hair dry on its own. Swap out your blow dryer with an Air Dry Cream. It helps achieve the look of effortlessly styled waves without having to pick a single hot tool in the process. If you can’t seem to part with your favorite hot tool, we understand. You can still repair your hair and keep it looking and feeling its best by adding a styling aid like Smooth Perfection Style + Care Infusion to your hair care routine. Not only does the cream help prep hair for sleek hairstyles, but it also insulates the hair’s outer cuticle layer to protect it from heat damage. When a product is this versatile, it makes for a win-win.
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