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Style 10 tips to help you take care of your hair in winter

18:35  12 january  2020
18:35  12 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Getty © Getty Getty Cold weather, combined with dry indoor heat, can damage your hair. Check out this selection of simple tips and tricks that could help save your hair from itching, dandruff and other winter-related woes.

Use lukewarm water to wash hair

  10 tips to help you take care of your hair in winter © Agnieszka Marcinska/EyeEm/Getty Images Hot baths and showers during winter may feel great, but they are believed to be damaging for your hair because the hot water dries out the scalp and makes it itchy and prone to dandruff. Instead, try washing your hair in lukewarm water.

Don’t shampoo too often

  10 tips to help you take care of your hair in winter © Ivanko_Brnjakovic/Getty Images While it is important to keep your hair clean by shampooing regularly, excessive use can dehydrate the scalp. Most experts suggest shampooing no more than twice a week during winter; some even say once a week is sufficient. However, each person’s hair care needs are different, so be sure to find out what works for you.

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The following are tips to help you keep your hair looking healthy all winter long. Decrease the amount of times you wash your hair each week. Shampoo washes away dirt but it also washes away natural oil and moisturizers on your scalp. Instead of washing your hair on a daily basis, cut down to washing it

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Use conditioners

  10 tips to help you take care of your hair in winter © gpointstudio/Getty Images Consider your hair wash routine incomplete if you don’t apply a conditioner. Shampooing can leave hair and scalp dry. Therefore, it is important you use a conditioner after washing your hair. There are several brands that offer conditioners specific to different hair types, so be sure to get proper advice before settling on one.

Use dry shampoo

  10 tips to help you take care of your hair in winter © LiudmylaSupynska/Getty Images Since frequently shampooing your hair may not be a great idea, especially in winter, consider using dry shampoos, which also help people with oily hair. However, remember that excessive use of dry shampoos can also lead to hair problems! Also be aware that some dry shampoos use ingredients like talc, which have been linked to harmful conditions.

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Nourish your hair

  10 tips to help you take care of your hair in winter © spukkato/Getty Images Like the rest of your body, your hair too needs continuous nourishment and moisture. An easy and relaxing source of such care are oil massages. The oil helps the scalp stay healthy and keeps hair strong. If you’re wondering which oil to use, a study published in the Journal of Cosmetic Science says coconut oil helps protect hair against bleach, heat and UV damage. 

Limit use of styling tools

  10 tips to help you take care of your hair in winter © Torwai/Getty Images Try and limit the use of styling tools; the heat from the excess use of hair dryers, for example, can lead to damaged hair. If you must use a dryer, studies suggest maintaining a distance of at least six inches (15 centimeters) to the head and keeping the dryer in motion rather than drying out one spot over others. You could also use a heat protectant serum but remember that such serums do not completely protect hair.

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Trim regularly 

  10 tips to help you take care of your hair in winter © YakobchukOlena/Getty Images Winter can leave the ends of your hair dry and rough. Therefore, it is important to trim your hair regularly to make sure it looks healthy all year round. This also makes sure your hair is free from split ends.

Wear hats and caps, but remember...

  10 tips to help you take care of your hair in winter © AntGor/Getty Images Some coarse fabrics can wreak havoc on your hair, causing split ends, breakage and static. To avoid this during winter, line your hats and caps with silk or satin. Just take a piece of a silk cloth and sew it on the insides of your hat or cap. 

Go darker in winter

  10 tips to help you take care of your hair in winter © dimid_86/Getty Images Coloring your hair to a darker shade in winter could limit the number of times it needs to be bleached. This helps your hair and scalp retain extra moisture, since coloring agents sometimes suck natural oils out of the scalp.

Follow a balanced diet

  10 tips to help you take care of your hair in winter © kupicoo/Getty Images Hair quality depends on factors like age, genetics and diet, of which diet is what you can control. Be sure to include medically recommended amounts of proteins, vitamins and minerals in what you eat. A healthy diet can go a long way to ensuring your hair (and you!) stays healthy.

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