Your hair gets battered in the winter. What with the dipping temperatures, the harsh winds and the wet weather, it’s probably fair to say that your hair is looking less than it’s best. Ease the strain with a little help from these friends…
1) Joico Moisture Recovery
Whether your hair is fine and limp, or coarse and uncontrollable, we all suffer from parched hair. The Joico Moisture Recovery line recognises that whilst we all want to achieve healthy locks, not all hair is the same. They create products depending on your hair type, so that thin locks don’t get weighed down, and thicker hair gets all the moisture it needs. The marine-based formulation increases strength, elasticity and shine, whilst infusing the hair shaft with long-lasting moisturisation.
2) Big Sexy Hair Blow Dry Volumising Gel
Try to use as little heated appliances as possible in this colder weather, as they could dry your hair out even more. Aid styling with effective volumising products to reduce the amount you spend teasing your hair into shape with a hairdryer, and forgo the straighteners to try a more natural, voluminous look. Hair will look and feel healthier without the excessive heat.
3) Mason Pearson Nylon Universal Gentle NG2
Giving your hair a soothing brush through is a a great way to stimulate the scalp and encourage the distribution of essential sebum all along the hair shaft. This keeps hair soft and supple, whilst also fortifying it with added protection. As hair is prone to breaking when it’s dry, choose the Mason Pearson Gentle NG2 brush with its gentler bristles. Available in pink, blue, white and the classic Mason Pearson black.
4) Klorane Oatmilk Gentle Dry Shampoo
Washing hair every day can really strip the hair of vital moisture. When your hair is dry, try to leave it a day or two longer between washes to keep it supple and hydrated. If it starts to feel a little lank, spray some Klorane Oatmilk Dry Shampoo through the roots; the powder will soak up excess moisture and add some oomph to the roots. It can even be used when styling freshly washed hair to add volume and texture.