15 Essential Winter Hair Care Tips You Need To Know
Winters can be cold and ruthless on your tresses. You might think that you are the only unlucky soul to have an itchy scalp, embarrassing dandruff problems, dry hair and falling hair.
Misery seeks company; allow me to tell you that these problems, seemingly affecting just us, are actually very common winter issues for hair. If you are searching for ways to beat these issues that make you want to pull your hair in frustration, go through this list of 15 winter hair care tips.
1 Hydrating shampoo
Don’t wash or shampoo your hair too much. If you must, use a hydrating shampoo which moisturises hair.
2 Dry or water less shampoo
If you are uncomfortable about not washing your hair frequently, you can opt for dry or water-less shampoos in between your regular shampoo cycle. Just spray it on your dry hair, let it sit for a while and then brush your hair.
3 Leave-in conditioner
A leave-in conditioner works in two ways. It helps lock in moisture. It also works as a barrier between delicate hair and hot styling equipment.
4 Regular haircut
Dry, unnourished hair can result in split ends. Get a haircut before winter sets in to prevent that.
5 Smoothing serum
Dry and frizzy hair, also called unmanageable hair, can be tamed with a little bit of hair smoothing serum. This coats your hair shaft and prevents static from building up.
6 Never leave with wet hair
Make minimal use of hair dryers as those tend to dry out your hair even more. Having said that, don’t leave home with wet hair as the cuticle gets brittle when the cold air hits it.
Let’s learn some hair care in winter with home remedies.
7 Apple cider vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is an effective remedy for dandruff in winter.
-In one cup of water add 2 teaspoons of the vinegar
-Use that as your last rinse after shampooing.
8 Curry leaves
Who would’ve thought curry leaves can help tackle winter hair care issues?
-Boil a fistful of leaves in hair oil.
-After it cools, stra in the oil and store in a jar.
-Massage the oil into your scalp to reduce hair fall.
This concoction is your answer to the perennial question – how to grow hair faster? Try to use this regularly to see visible difference.
Coriander can also help arrest winter hair loss.
-Make a paste of a bunch of coriander leaves.
-Apply this to your head.
-Wash it off after an hour.
10 Green tea
-Boil green tea leaves in water.
-Strain and let it cool.
-Apply this solution to your scalp.
-Wash it off after half an hour.
One of the benefits of henna is hair nourishment, especially in winter.
-Mix henna leaves in curd.
-Apply this paste to your head and let it dry naturally.
-Wash it off using a mild shampoo, like Head & Shoulders.
12 Pumpkin pack
Pumpkin is a winter food. Use it to nourish your hair too.
-Take 3-4 tablespoons of mashed pumpkin.
-Add 2 tablespoons of honey to it.
-Apply this paste to your hair.
-You can place a shower cap for the goodness to really seep in.
-After 15 minutes, wash it out with your regular shampoo to reveal soft, manageable hair.
13 Ginger juice
You can prevent hair loss in winter with ginger juice.
-Apply the juice of a grated ginger to your scalp.
-Let it sit for an hour.
-Wash it with plain tap water.
14 Scalp treatments
Don’t just apply oil to your hair; turn it into a scalp treatment.
-Massage in the oil of your preference.
-Cover your hair with a hot towel.
-Allow the oil to work its magic.
-Wash your hair like usual after an hour.
This will ensure that you don’t get dandruff or help in reducing the dandruff. As dandruff decreases, hair fall due to dandruff is also considerably reduced, thus leaving you a healthy head of hair!
15 Hair spa
A hair spa is a good idea to take care of dry hair in winter. Look for a reputed spa and allow them to pamper you. You can visit the salon once a month during winter.
Note: Do check if you are allergic to any ingredient before using them.
So these were the 15 winter hair care tips which would help you maintain a beautiful and healthy hair. Do you know any other winter hair care tips? Do share them in the comments section.
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