By Jimmy Stylez | Mar 22, 2018
It’s the time to get cosy and slurp away on the piping hot chocolate but, it’s also time to get more hands-on with a solid winter hair care regime in place. While the winters continue to make your hair brittle, we are all on the lookout for a routine that helps us sail through. Read on, for the perfect winter hair care regime for 4A, 4B, and 4C.
The most important hack to amazing bouncy curls is moisture. Seriously, your hair needs even more of this during the winters! Add more water to your diet and try the LOC method. The combination of leave-in conditioners and moisturisers will keep your hair feeling healthy and loved.
Being a cotton head is forever a no-no, since it robs all the precious moisture off your hair. While most of us are lazy and skip the satin scarf on maximum days, don’t do so in winters. Winters are colder and tend to make the hair drier. Covering your hair with a satin scarf will shield your hair and lock the moisture in.
Always stay one step ahead with your hair game. Before winter hits and your brittle ends get more damaged and travel up to mid length it is best to get a trim.
Harsh cold winds and heat? Rethink this through! The winds are already blowing into your hair, and making your dry ends more brittle and causing all the hair to tangle (SNAP! Breakage during detangling sessions). Add to this, the heat from the styling products. For those days on which you completely can’t bear to give up on heat, use your favourite styling tools judiciously.
Or heatless styling as we like to call it, totally makes sense during winter. As tempting as it maybe to wear your hair down, confining them in braids, bantu knots and twist outs will make you stand out in your friends circle. Since, it protects the hair too from the harsh blows of winter winds, it’s your best bet ladies!
This is all the hair care you need for the winter! We bet you want to know more about protective styling for winter. Check out 6 Easy Steps To Bantu Knots.
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