02 / 12 / 17

How to Have Great Looking Winter Hair During the Colder Months

Cold weather and dry air demand better skin and hair care. It does not have to be expensive or time consuming, to keep winter hair looking great. It’s imperative that you give your scalp proper care and moisturization, so it doesn’t get dry and develop frizzy hair, split ends, or result in hair loss.

Using natural oils, conditioning remedies, and household items to maintain your winter hair can result in fantastic looking hair.

Deep Conditioning

Deep conditioning keeps the hair’s moisture by replenishing it on those dry, colder days, and there are a variety of natural treatments available. Organic hair masks are especially beneficial in conditioning your scalp and delicate strands. Here are a few you can try at home!

Olive Oil Hair Mask

This works really well for those who suffer from dull, dry hair. Just heat the olive oil for two minutes, and if you want to give it a fragrant scent, mix it with lavender oil. Massage the oil into your roots, working it down to the ends of your tresses. Let it sit overnight and rinse thoroughly when you wake up in the morning.

Chamomile Tea with Lemon treatment

Blondes will love the boost of color you get from this natural blend. Cool some chamomile tea, and mix in some lemon juice, apply it to your hair and rinse it out after a few minutes. You will immediately see the shine in your locks!

Avocado Recipes

Avocado flesh mixed with olive oil can be used as a conditioner, in the same way you apply a regular conditioner. Let it set for up to an hour, then rinse very thoroughly, ensuring there are no pieces of avocado left in your hair. Your hair will become extra moisturized and smoother.

Love your Hair This Winter

You don’t need to over-wash your hair during the winter months. It’s okay to allow winter hair go unwashed for a few days. Soaps have the tendency to strip your strands of their natural moisture. Take it easy with the blow dryer and when combing it out, use a wide-toothed comb on wet hair—be careful not to yank and rip out your strands!

Wigs for Hair Replacement

If you are having a hard time managing your winter hair, and you are experiencing hair loss, you may want to look into trying wigs, or hair extensions. It could be a great opportunity to change your look! See what works for you and have a good time with it!

With hair restoration, there are many options to consider, and at Transitions of Wisconsin, our team of quality trained and experienced hair loss specialists can offer both surgical and non-surgical customized, proven solutions for both men and women. If you’re interested in scheduling a free consultation, contact us today!