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Ah, good old reliable winter—while it’s the season for holiday shopping, ice skating, and sipping hot cocoa, cold, windy days and dry indoor heat can really do a number on your hair’s look and feel. But you don’t have to let the extreme weather conditions knock you—and your hair—down. Keep reading for our best winter hair care tips to help nourish dry hair and tame the appearance of frizzy hair caused by winter hats, along with product recommendations including shampoo and conditioner.
Intense winter weather can leave hair stripped of essential moisture, especially at the ends. To help restore softness, look for a nourishing system of shampoo and conditioner, like the L’Oréal Paris EverCreme Deep Nourish Shampoo and L’Oréal Paris EverCreme Deep Nourish Conditioner. The EverCreme Deep Nourish system gently cleanses and conditions dry, brittle hair, replenishing vital nourishment and deep moisture for silky-soft texture and gorgeous shine without weighing hair down.
Hair gets the winter blahs, too. Depleted of moisture, it can lose the ability to reflect light. Your hair care survival strategy? Adding a hair mask, like the L’Oréal Paris EverCreme Renourishing Butter, to your usual hair care routine. This hair mask indulges hair with softness to help deeply replenish dry and dull hair. Use this hair mask to help revive lifeless winter hair and restore radiance. Once a week after washing your hair with the EverCreme Deep Nourish Shampoo, apply this hair mask, focusing on lengths and ends. Leave it on for 3-5 minutes, then rinse thoroughly. You can also try using this hair mask as a pre-shampoo treatment for added detangling and extra conditioning.
When it comes to hat hair, knit hats are a notorious offender. To help keep static, flyaways, and frizz at bay, smooth hair with the L’Oréal Paris EverSleek Frizz Finish Oil in Serum. This lightweight hair serum helps to tame frizz and flyaways as well as detangle and smooth each strand, offering a silky finish, luminous shine, and touchable softness. To use, apply 1-2 pumps evenly on damp or dry hair from mid-lengths to ends, then style your hair as usual. You can apply on dry hair to help tame flyaways, condition split ends, and smooth hair—or you can even mix a few drops into the EverCreme Renourishing Butter for added nourishment.
Super-hot water can strip your strands of essential oils, leaving your hair feeling drier and looking duller. So, while a hot shower might feel relaxing in the dead of winter, it’s a good idea to rinse your hair in lukewarm water instead. Your hair will thank you!
Air drying your hair in the middle of winter may seem like some kind of cruel and unusual punishment, but it’s important to give your hair a break from heat tools from time to time. Put down the blow-dryer, flat iron, and curling wand and embrace your natural texture every so often. While hair is damp, spritz on the L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle AIR DRY IT Wave Swept Spray, scrunch your hair, then let it dry. Because who says you can’t rock an effortless beachy hairstyle while it’s snowing outside? Plus, think of all that time you’ll save by not having to blow-dry your hair!
Now that we’ve finished taking you through a hair care routine for winter, let’s move on to your skin care routine. Next up, check out our article, 10 Ways to Save Your Skin from Winter, for seasonal skin care tips you can use as the temperature drops.