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The forever changing temperatures during winter can mean bad news for your hair. It's the time of year when everything from brittle frizz to static electricity has a field day atop your head.
The health of your hair often takes a nose dive during this time because most people don't think to protect it like they do in the summer. Just think about it, indoor heat is like spending all day blow drying your hair. That definitely isn't good! Here are some super simple ways to restore your hair's health to its former glory:
Winter Hair Hack 1: Use A Rich Moisturizing Conditioners and Shampoos Daily
Creamy and highly moisturizing conditioners and shampoos like Finesse help hold moisture in and even attract it. Moisture is something our hair desperately needs in winter!
Finesse has been restoring hair since 1982 and through all that time has stuck to its clean fresh scent, moisturizing formula. Sometimes you just have to stick with what works but recently they have launched an amazing new line, Restore + Strengthen. It still has the same great formula but also helps restore and strengthen hair that is dry, damaged, stubborn, or sometimes frizzy – all things winter can do to your hair.
I remember using Finesse as a child and now celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner swear by it. I am glad to finally be in the in crowd! Truthfully, even if Finesse didn't leave my hair moisturized and manageable I would totally still use it because of the smell. It smells exactly how I want my hair to smell. Fresh and clean!
With a suggested retail price of only $3.99 (and only $1.99 at Walmart), it's totally worth buying to save your hair from winter. You can find Finesse products at stores like Walmart, Walgreens, Rite-Aid and grocery chains such as Kroger, Shoprite, HEB, and Publix!
Winter Hair Hack 2: Bring Out The Dryer Sheets
During the winter, static electricity is at an all-time high. Winter air holds less moisture than summer air but then the situation becomes worse when we crank up the heat indoors. Dry air is an insulator and unfortunately so are many things in your house.
To prevent static electricity from giving you a wild hairstyle gently rub it on your hair. I know this sounds weird but it works! Just like dryer sheets reduce static on your clothes it can do the same for your hair, brushes, hats, and anything else that goes near your head.
Winter Hair Hack 3: Lotions And Hand Creams
Do you use a lot of lotions and hand creams in the winter? I know I do. Usually, after lathering up I still have some cream residue on my hands. To add extra moisture to your hair run your hands through it when you're done lathering up. It'll give your hair an extra moisture boost without any extra effort!
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