Hydrate Your Hair This Winter with These Three Tips

Hydrate Your Hair This Winter with These Three Tips

Can you smell it in the air? Crispy leaves twirling to the ground on a cold breeze as winter peeks shyly in to say hi, the tangy scent of coffee brewing, comforters being pulled out from storages, sales in the market as sweaters are pulled from the shelves; it’s wintertime once again! But it’s not all cheer and dear! Oh no, since most of us tend to omit our not-so-glorious moments from memory, such as walking casually down the street with a straw-nest in place of hair, let us learn from what we try so badly to forget. Winter does tend to be not so kind towards our precious hair. That's why we're here to help you to hydrate your hair this winter.

Here are three tips to hydrate your hair this winter.

#1 Essentially Oiled

Un-crinkle your nose, and listen up. How many times have our grandmothers tried and failed in their attempts to oil our hair? Turns out, there are actual benefits to it. Essential oils such as lavender, rosemary, and chamomile oil not only possess hair growth-promoting properties but are also known for doing wonders to hydrate your hair. Plus, you can try out the sleek ponytail look, all the while carrying a mysterious, flowery scent with you-and do something to benefit your hair.


#2 Deep Conditioning

People with textured hair often find themselves faced with dried out, frizzy hair. Textured hair tends to dry out quickly, and becomes more brittle as the winter goes on. This step is especially essential for all you curly haired beauties out there, because we know what chilly weather does to curly hair. Deep conditioning not only nourishes and strengthens hair, but it also promotes hair elasticity and prevents hair damage. If your hair is extremely dry and damaged, you might want to try deep conditioning it two to three times a week. Gotta protect those luscious locks this winter!

#3 Water Temperature

Look, I get it. It’s tempting to turn your shower temperatures all the way up when it’s cold outside and your toes feel like they’re about to fall off. But consider this: toeless, or bald. Which would you rather be? Hot water leeches moisture from your hair, making it more vulnerable to breakage and brittleness. Wash your hair with lukewarm water instead.
Winter is meant to be a fun season. The spirit of giving is high riding the air as Christmas approaches. So this winter, give yourself a present and shop from www.wondercurl.com for the most hydrating products for your hair.
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