How to Keep Your Hair Healthy This Winter

The cold of winter harms the quality of our hair. Hair not only gives us an attractive look, but it also protects the head from the cold. Therefore, it is necessary to take care of the hair and spend some time on it, especially in cold weather.
Haircare is very important for everyone, because, with the wrong care, the hair loses its healthy shine and lushness, and sometimes even more serious problems appear. Just like your skin, your hair needs attention all year round. However, if you want to have lovely hair to show off in spring and keep it hydrated and healthy, follow these 10 tips.

Washing Your Hair

Winter is a great time to arrange your hair washing schedule. Generally, in wet weather, the hair becomes more oily. The more often you wash your scalp, the faster it will get dirty. When it comes to washing your hair, you should do it 2-3 times a week. Wetting your hair every day damages the scalp and even moisturizing products or nourishing masks will not save. If you have oily hair and can’t skip your washes, use dry shampoo or go for a hairstyle to hide your greasy hair ( like a ponytail ). Just extend the time between washes as much as possible.

Hair Moisturizing and Nourishing

To protect your hair and skin from overload and restore body balance, drink more water. For intensive nourishing and moisturizing hair, you should use special care products, that is to say, moisturizers. The latter helps to improve the condition of the skin and hair in winter and gives a deep conditioning treatment. Keeping your hair hydrated with a moisturizer or a leave-in conditioner will minimize the effects of hot styling tools.

Moisturizers are available for different types of hair. You can find the best moisturizers from well-known brands, such as Nuele, Carol’s Daughter, Beneath Your Mask, Wella, Reverie, Miss Jessie and more. These oil-based products make the hair more elastic, smooth, shiny and remove static electricity. Some of them also help to get rid of scalp itching and dandruff. Apply the moisturizer on damp hair focusing on the end of your hair. If the results don’t satisfy you, use ultra-hydrating shampoo and conditioner. It is recommended to adjust your hair care to the season and needs of your hair.

Use Hair Masks

When winter comes, you may experience dandruff, itchy scalp, split ends, hair drop and more. To prevent it from happening, you will need some extra care and extensive protection which can be done with hair products or masks from the market. If you do not trust the masks offered in stores, as they don’t have enough naturality in them, you can make the masks by yourself. Here we have some winter quick and easy-to-use masks to make your hair shiny and healthy.

Strawberries, Olive Oil and Egg Yolk

Strawberries help to provide moisture and yolk strengthens the hair. Crush the strawberries by turning them into juice. Take the yolk without white and mix with the strawberry paste. In the end, add a little olive oil to the blend to make your hair wash easier. 


This is instant and one of the easiest masks you can apply. Crush two or three aspirin tablets into your shampoo and apply it to your scalp each type you wash your hair. The mix will reduce scalp irritation and dandruff. 

Milk and Honey

Milk and honey are full of benefits and can make a great difference for your dry and damaged hair. Mix one cup of milk with a teaspoon of honey. Then, apply the blend to your hair and massage your scalp. After leaving the mask for 30 minutes, wash it with your regular shampoo and warm water. You can use this mask twice a week.

Avoid Heat Styling

Air dry is the best for your hair. Blow drying removes moisture from your hair, increasing the probability of breakage. Drying your hair without using heat keeps it bright and healthy. If you are short of time, try to take showers in the evenings, so the hair can dry naturally overnight. During the winter, avoid straightening or curling your hair. Use this opportunity to try new hairstyles that are not harmful, such as twists, braids, and buns. Try to be gentle with your hair and twist it carefully so as not to put your hair under stress.

Wear a Hat

All of us want to show off our gorgeous hair, but we should remember the weather’s safety. The cold can not only lead to a serious illness but also can damage hair. Wearing a hat or scarfing hair will prevent further breakage. A hat will not slow hair growth or cause hair loss. On the other hand, it regulates your body temperature. Choose one between cotton or silk so as not to make your hair brittle. If you are fighting against static electricity, use a dry oil spray that also moisturizes your hair and brings back its shine. 

Pay Attention to Your Diet

One thing you can control is your diet. In fact, following a diet with poor nutrients might result in hair loss. In contrast, eating a well-balanced diet rich in nutrients can promote hair growth, especially if you suffer hair loss as a result of poor nutrition. Take vitamins A, C, D, E, and B vitamins, zinc, iron, protein, biotin and essential fatty acids.

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The Bottom Line

Like your body, your hair also needs special care in winter. To keep your hair healthy and hydrated, you need to take care of your scalp and follow some extra steps. If you succeed in these 6 main procedures, your hair will be smooth, shiny and fine, like never winter came.

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