With winter weather right around the corner, your hair is about to go through some serious changes! Prevent the brittle blues and take charge of your routine before the cold air takes charge of your mane. Simply switching up your shampoo and integrating masks and treatments full of moisturizing benefits will work wonders on your hair — seriously, wonders! Bump up your daily dose of hair care through the breezy season because cold weather is no match for a gal who’s prepared!
Hot Oil Treatment. Perfect for keeping hair happy and healthy, hot oil treatments miraculously battle frizz, dry ends and lackluster strands caused by the elements — and your favorite cold weather clothes. That’s right! Those knits and plush scarves can cause some serious breakage. An intense repair treatment like L’Oréal Paris Hair Expertise: OleoTherapy Self-Heating Hot Oil will keep hair smooth and nourished, so that breakage doesn’t occur!
Deep Conditioning Mask. The natural moisture in your hair tends to drastically deplete thanksto cold winter air mixed in with dry heat in your home. Enrich dehydrated hair by using a weekly mask with rich butters likePureology Hydrate Hydracure Therapy Masque — use this time to enjoy a cup of hot chocolate (with mini marshmallows, of course)!
Smoothing Thermal Protectant.
Although you should be doing this all year long, skipping out on heat protectant during the cold season is a BIG no-no! Your ends are incredibly prone to damage now that moisture levels are low and hot tools can only worsen this winter woe — unless you properly prime hair for heat using Kérastase Paris Keratine Thermique before styling to beat frizz and tame flyaways.
What are your worst wintertime hair issues? Let us know in the comments below!
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