When winter rolls in, the moisture in your skin and hair rolls out, which means if you want healthy, beautiful hair in holiday party pictures, you need to protect your hair from the elements. At Fantastic Sams Cut & Color in Denver, Colorado, the hair care experts know how to keep your hair and scalp healthy during the cold, wet winter months.
Here the hairstylists share insider tips for winter hair care:
Wear A Hat: The best thing you can do to protect your luscious locks is to keep your hair covered. If you’re worried about hat hair, try wrapping your hair in a silk scarf before you put your hat on. Not only does this stop sweat from building up, but it also reduces static and any friction damage.
Replenish Moisture: The cold air outside and the central heat inside strips moisture from your hair, making your locks feel rough. To keep your hair and scalp hydrated, the hairstylists recommend using a deep-conditioning treatment once a week. They can help you choose moisturizing shampoos, conditioners, and masques at an affordable price at the hair salon.
Don’t Overwash Or Over-Style: You might be tempted to take a hot shower every day to warm up, but try to only wash your hair two to three times a week. If you shower every day, your hair will become brittle and dry. When you do wash your hair, use warm or cool water. Also, avoid styling it daily with hair dryers and curling irons, which can dry out your hair and scalp even more. If you can, let your hair air-dry before leaving the house. If you have to use heat on your hair, use a protecting spray or Argan oil serum.
Get It Trimmed: To keep your hair looking healthy and beautiful, get regular trims at Fantastic Sams Cut & Color. The hairstylists offer a consultation before cutting, so you’ll always get the look that you want.
For more tips on how to keep your locks healthy this winter, stop by a Fantastic Sams Cut & Color salon in Denver, CO to speak with one of the hair care experts. For more information about their services, visit the Fantastic Sams Cut & Color website and Facebook page.