What are some winter hair care tips?

Winter may be a hard season to weather, but winter hair care is tough too. Fortunately, with a few tricks of the trade, your mane can stay smooth into spring!

Even when winter is mild, it can wreak havoc on the skin and the hair. With the dry conditions, it can be hard to stay hydrated and keep the moisture in. Fortunately, without succumbing to the season, there are ways to keep your hair healthy and smooth. Whether you try out some tips or test a recipe, hair care remedies are just a scroll away!

How To Take Care Of Winter Hair

From skin care to hair care, our regular beauty routine is more difficult to manage in the colder months! Yet, there are a few things women, men, and kids can do to avoid the winter woes. Generally, cold weather causes dryness that can lead to breakage and split ends. When it comes to the entire family, a humidifier can help to improve the amount of moisture in your house. This means more moisture in the hair and fewer hairstyle mishaps!

Also, hair care in winter should focus on shampoo, conditioner as well as hair masks, and oils that add moisture to the hair and scalp instead of drying it out even more. Of course, it’s also a good idea to keep your winter hair styling simple. Blow-drying and hair straightening dry out the hair, so cutting down on these things is key.

Here are a few winter hair care tips and recipes you can also use to get through the season.

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Shiny Winter Hair – Tips For All Textures

Different hair types have different needs. But, don’t relegate your hair to a ponytail and give up! There are ways to help your hair, no matter what type it is.

  • Thick Hair– Cold air in winter can lead to a lot of frizz if you happen to have thick hair. However, a moisturizing shampoo can go a long way! Try using a moisture-rich shampoo and conditioner for added hydration. If you need added boost, try a serum on clean, damp hair. We really like Moroccanoil.
  • Straight Hair– Winter can dry out your roots and lead to an oily scalp if you have flat hair. Add that to dry-hair flyaways, and you’ll have bad hair on your hands! To avoid this, stay away from rich conditioners and apply conditioner only to the ends. You may even want to try a leave-in spray for added benefit!
  • Curly Hair– It may be the envy of many, but curly hairis hard to maintain even on a good day! When it comes to winter hair care, use a moisturizing shampoo, hydrating conditioner, and hair mask once a week to stay frizz-free.

What Home Remedies Can I Use For Damaged Hair?

The right winter hair care products can do wonders. But there are a few at-home remedies you can make to give your tresses a bit of oomph! Instead of heading to the drugstore, try winter hair care at home for dry, flat or frizzy hair.

Winter Hair Doozy

This hair mask will remove product build-up, soften the hair, and moisturize a dry scalp.

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Restorative Hair Mask

Fight the frizz with this winter haircare mask.
Prep Time5 mins
Active Time15 mins
Total Time20 mins
Keyword: beauty, hair, mask
Yield: 1 mask
Cost: $2

Equipment

  • mixing bowl

Materials

  • 1 Tbsp argan oil
  • 1/2 avocado
  • 1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
  • 10 drops rosemary oil

Instructions

  • Blend all the ingredients together in mixing bowl or blender.
  • Work the mask in your hair from roots to tips.
  • Leave in for 15 minutes.
  • Rinse thoroughly when done.

Boost Limp Hair

Mix 1 tsp. oil, 1 egg, and ½ cup flat beer together. Apply to clean, damp hair, and leave in for 15 minutes. Once done, rinse with cool water. It might sound strange, but the hops in beer will add instant body for easy winter hair care!

Amp Up the Shine 

Blend half a slightly cooked sweet potato, ½ cup gooseberries (or substitution like cranberries), ½ red bell pepper, and 3 strawberries. When smooth, apply to the scalp and hair and leave on for 25 minutes. You can even try a hair mask with buttermilk to get smooth, shiny hair!

Fight Flyaways

Make a hair wax in your own home! Take 6 grams beeswax, candelilla wax or carnauba wax. Melt in a pot. Turn the heat low and add 10 grams each of sesame seed oil, coconut oil, castor oil, and jojoba oil. Pour the mixture into a glass container and add an essential oil of your choice!

It can be hard to stay inside for winter, but there are ways to save your hair without hiding out. Do you have some tips on natural hair care remedies? Share some of them with us on FamilyApp! Whether it’s winter hair care masks or the right conditioner, there’s a solution for everyhair type!

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Amanda Williams

Amanda loves to spend as much time as possible outside- rain or shine. She grows some amazing flowers and vegetables in her garden, and loves to have her little 3 ones work alongside her. Her happy time is a spent on a quiet hiking trail, but her life is pretty noisy these days.

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