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Winter not only brings a fully festive mood but also damaged hair. As much as some people enjoy going out to parties, hosting get-togethers at home, or doing absolutely anything to get into the holiday spirit, on the other hand, some people suffer hair problems that undoubtedly lower their spirits. Our hair suffers from winter's effects just as much as our skin does. Our hair is actually affected by the chilly air and environment, so we must start caring for it if we want to keep it healthy. Dandruff, hair loss, and dryness are the most frequent problems we experience. You all need to take care of it and adhere to a healthy routine in order to maintain the shine and health of your hair.
- No daily hair wash
As we all know, in order to compensate for the dryness of winter, our bodies produce natural oil. But some people regularly wash their hair, which makes it impossible for our bodies to have the natural oil needed to maintain the shine and health of our hair. Avoid over-washing your hair and do it while keeping an eye on the state of your hair because we need those natural oils.
- Nutrients and Water
Never cut back on your daily water intake, regardless of how cold it is outside. Water is incredibly crucial. You should drink plenty of water and add dry fruits and seeds to your diet to boost your nutrition level because internal wellness should come first.
- No hot water shower
Well, you can't really take a shower in cold water when it's freezing outdoors, but you also shouldn't use hot water either. It is much more convenient to use lukewarm water for showering since using hot water would remove the natural oils from your scalp.
- Oiling and Massaging
You need to regularly oil your hair, ideally twice a week, to keep the moisture in your hair. Gently massaging your hair greatly aids in blood circulation and encourages healthy hair.
- No stepping out with wet hair
People usually prefer air drying their hair over blow drying it, but during the winter, we should choose blow drying rather than leaving the house with wet hair. Wet hair is veritably fragile and breaks easily.
According to Dr. Apoorva Shah, “If you leave your hair wet for too long during the winter, it will freeze due to the chilly breezes and snow (if you live in a snowy region). The outcome is that the hair shaft expands and becomes extremely fragile. If you have colored hair, not drying it completely can cause the color to fade more quickly.”
- Covering your hair
Always remember to wear a hat, scarf, or any other covering when leaving the house in the winter so that your hair isn't exposed to the weather. Because a cold breeze or snow may cause your hair to become drier.
When winter comes around, your hair loses moisture quickly. You should be able to flaunt smooth, lustrous, and healthy hair with the help of the winter hair care suggestions listed above. Because girls just want to have fun, and when there is a festive atmosphere all around, who would want to have a bad hair day?