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So it's officially winter.  Think cozy layers & throws, fireplaces, hot cocoa, & maybe a snow day or two.  These things sound OK - I guess? - for a week or two - & then I start counting down to spring.  




To you maybe they sound like a dream come true but they have obvious downsides for your hair.  Winter weather can cause straw like strands, dry & itchy scalp, & static, just to name a few - & we haven't even mentioned the matting that comes from scarves & turtlenecks or the dreaded hat head!




Is your overall look feeling dry & parched - and not from too much chardonnay? 




Then you need my 10 tips to save your hair this winter!


- Use a silk pillowcase - the silk is more hydrating & less rough on your hair than cotton is.  To read more about the benefits of silk to our hair click here.  


-NEVER go outside with wet hair!  Your hair can freeze & the excessive cold can cause breakage.  To read more click here.  


-Wrap your hair in a silk scarf if you know your hair's going to be in a hat for a long period of time.  To read more click here.  


-Treat your hair once a week to a mask or deep conditioning treatment. 


-Use a leave in conditioner.  


-Sleep with a humidifier in your room - your hair & skin will think you for the hydration in the dry winter months.  To read more about the benefits of a humidifier click here.  


-Keep hair washing to a minimum & when you do use a good conditioner.


-When washing your hair try to not to use really hot water... or better yet use cold if you can to add some of that missing shine to your hair. 


-Eat well & drink your water!  In case you couldn't tell yet hydration is key in winter hair protection.  To read more about how this can help click here.  


-Trim regularly to keep your hair strong & healthy.  


Hope these tips help keep your hair looking sleek & smooth this winter... if we have to suffer through this cold we may as well do it looking good!


Cheers - Hal 






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