#1 – Keep moisture at a maximum with deep conditioning treatments and hot oil treatments
A deep conditioning treatment is often used to help keep moisture at a maximum. It can be done at home, or with the help of a professional. The process of deep conditioning can last anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour. This treatment typically consists of scalp massage, shampoo and conditioner, and deep conditioning lotion or mask.
Hot oil treatments are also great for keeping moisture at a maximum in hair. You can do this treatment yourself by applying oil to damp hair, usually sunflower or olive oil that is warmed up in the microwave for about 20 seconds before application. You then wrap your hair up in a towel and wait 10-15 minutes before washing your hair out with shampoo and conditioner.
It’s best to do these treatments about once every two weeks as they are not
#2 – Apply a hydrating serum to dry hair to keep it from drying out
We get it, winter is hard on your skin – but what about your hair? When you live in a cold place your hair is constantly battling the dry air. It can be difficult to keep it feeling hydrated.
There are many different products that help with this problem. The idea is that they help restore the moisture in your hair and make it feel soft again. The key ingredient that helps with this process is water-soluble silicone polymers. These polymers are typically found in conditioners and serums because they are moisturizing and provide slip to damaged hair follicles which then produces softer strands of hair. They also penetrate deep into the cuticle layer of each strand, which reduces breakage so you end up with less split ends.
The first step when applying a serum
#3 – Try a light leave-in conditioner for hair that is prone to frizz or flyaways
This is a great time to try a light leave-in conditioner for hair that is prone to frizz or flyaways.
I have been struggling with my hair the past few months. It has been extremely frizzy and it doesn’t help when I am in a dry environment. My hair is also prone to flyaways which make it seem even more unmanageable.
One day I was in the store and I saw some leave-in conditioners for my type of hair, so I decided to give one a try. I picked up this ____ leave-in conditioner from _____ company and it was really light and helped moisturize my hair.
I have noticed that my frizziness has lessened significantly since using this product about 3 days ago, so now I’m going
#4 – Use a wide-tooth comb or a detangler brush when combing wet hair and avoid using your fingernails
Combing wet hair can be difficult. There is a good chance that you will end up pulling out some of the hair. To avoid this, use a wide-tooth comb or a detangler brush to gently remove knots in damp hair
Detangling wet hair can be very difficult. The natural oils from your scalp prevent you from getting the knots out without extracting some of the strands of hair. A wide-tooth comb or detangler brush is much gentler and will prevent any breakage while you are brushing your locks.
#5 – Skip heat styling on dry hair, as it will only cause the scalp to restrict blood flow, leading to scalp damage
Dry hair can be caused by a number of things – from the natural aging process to over washing, or even environmental factors. One thing that may come as a surprise is that heat styling your hair on dry hair is not good for it. It will only cause the scalp to restrict blood flow, leading to scalp damage.