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One of my favorite things about summer ending is the beginning of good hair weather.
Without the added humidity in the air, my unruly hair cooperates and is much easier to tame.
But now that we’re finally done with beach hair and top knots, it’s time to give our locks a little extra TLC as the cooler months approach.
When you go from manufactured heat indoors to cold air outside, you’ll discover your hair requires a little extra moisture to combat the dry winter months.
Here are five things you should be doing to get healthy winter hair:
1. Apply a deep conditioner once a week.
Adding this quick extra step to your beauty routine in the winter will deposit the extra moisture into your hair during the season it needs it most.
Ask your stylist what their favorite deep conditioner is and pick a day to apply it each week.
After washing your hair, squeeze out the excess water before putting the treatment on. Leave it on for five to 10 minutes before rinsing.
2. Keep hair washing to a minimum.
The less heat you use on your hair, the better. This obviously applies year-round, but especially in the winter! The good news is hats are a perfect way to go an extra day without washing, and winter is the perfect time to invest in a few cute new hats.