2. Eat your way
Another way to keep strands strong and healthy in winter is to eat foods with the right nutrients and vitamins for gorgeous healthy hair. Foods such as lentils, almonds, carrots and avocado are all great ways to improve hair strength and health to tackle the brittle weather changes. Try and incorporate foods rich in natural oils, and vitamins to boost your immune system. Head to our blog to give you all the info you need:
8 Foods for Gorgeous and Healthy Hair.
3. Book a trim
You’d upgrade your wardrobe for Christmas so why not your hair too? There’s no doubt the winter months can take their toll on your hair, to keep yours looking your best don’t be a stranger at your hairdressers. A good trim is essential to help reduce split ends and is a great investment this party season to help look lengths look smoother and healthier-looking in an instant.
4. Be savvy about central heating
The all-so-necessary central heating is a godsend in colder months but isn’t always our hair’s best friend! Parched hair is made drier with the constant change in temperature from the blistery outdoors and our cozy, heated homes. Not to mention all the hair tugging from unwrapping all our layers and scarves adding to hair’s fragility in winter.
One way you can restore damaged winter locks is with our Repair Range, specially formulated with an ultra-nourishing blend of actives, extracts and vitamins to restore strength and vitality to locks. It fortifies dry, weak strands from root to tip, creating soft, healthy and shiny hair from root to tip.
5. Cover Up
You haven’t spent all year looking after your hair to let it be damaged now! And after all, what’s winter without bringing out your amazing hat collection? When you’re outdoors, try and protect hair form the harsh, crisp air by protecting locks with a hat, scarf or coat. Or even wrap your hair up into a bun while you’re on-the-go outside to lock in that moisture! Try and avoid wearing hair in tight ponytails to avoid pressure in the same area. If you are using hair ties, try using a silk one to reduce damage.
If hats (or hair ties) aren’t really your thing, you can lock in moisture with our Curl Defining Cleansing Conditioner. Working to gently cleanse and condition locks in one simple step, hair is left soft and smooth, ready to face the cold winter days. For more information on how to use our Cleansing Conditioner to co-wash your hair, click here.