We know that sometimes winter can be just super nasty, thus, our locks and hair ends may become super dry. Is there a way to revive such hair and make it lively again considering the fact that it’s frosty and windy outside? Let’s find everything out in today’s article!
Usually hair becomes dry when the scalp doesn’t produce enough of its natural moisturizer - sebum. However, in winter, sebum isn’t produced enough due to the cold air and wind. That’s why our first recommendation will be a nice hat, shawl, or cap that will protect not just your scalp but locks as well!
Of course, we have several more recommendations…
- wash your hair no more than two or three times a week. It‘s necessary to apply not the shampoo itself, but the shampoo foam, whipped in your palms. It’s important to rinse your hair with cool, not hot water: the hair cuticles will close, and the hair will lose less moisture and become smoother.
- use conditioners and balms after each shampooing. They replenish the lack of moisture and protect fragile strands from the adverse effects of the environment.
- don’t rub your hair with a towel and wrap your head in it - just slightly dry the strands with it. It’s better not to use a hairdryer after washing your hair.
- a nourishing hair mask is one more secret of dry hair care. Use it twice a week after washing off the shampoo. For example, why not trying Revival Deep Recovery Hair Mask? Its composition includes active ingredients that regenerate hair fibers and create a protective layer on the strands, thereby retaining moisture and carefully protecting the hair.