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Cold Weather Hair Care Tips

Posted: Friday, November 3rd, 2017

Cold Weather Hair Care Tips

With the colder weather approaching in the upcoming months, it is important to keep your locks hydrated and healthy. Cold air tends to have less moisture, which can cause dryness, static, and even tangling. Here are a few ways to prep your hair for the upcoming cooler seasons!

1. Lock in Moisture

The dryer the air, the dryer the hair. Adding a deep conditioning treatment once a week to your cleansing routine will help keep your locks moisturized. For longer lasting moisture, try an Olaplex treatment during your next service to lock in the moisture into the Spring season!

2. Repel Static

Hair static is caused by the mixture of cold air and low humidity, which results in static electricity. Switching over to a more moisturizing shampoo and conditioner during these seasons will help keep the hair hydrated and away from static. If you are already using a moisturizing shampoo and conditioning, try adding Living Proof’s No Frizz Humidity Shield to your routine. It is applied via aerosol on dry hair and instantly repels your strands from static, humidity, heat, and UV protection.

3. Tangling

Wearing layers in the colder seasons contribute to the tangling of hair that we all experience this time of year. From pea coat collars to knitted scarves, these materials cause the hair to knot and tangle due to the friction of the hair and the clothing materials. Try adding a detangling spray to your routine to prevent tangling throughout the day. Living Proof’s Restore Perfecting Spray provides a weightless leave-in conditioner while fighting off tangles throughout the day.

4. Hydrate your Scalp

When the air is cooler, your scalp has a harder time retaining moisture as well as regulating sebum production levels. Adding a scalp treatments along with a massage once a week will benefit your scalp the most during the colder seasons. Oribe’s Gold Lust Nourish Oil is not only a great hair tool, but it stimulates the hair cuticle while providing moisture to the follicle.


These are just a few hair tips and products to get your hair throughout the colder weather. Ask your stylist on which products work best for you and your hair type!

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