In winter months, hair requires extra loving care. Probably, you have heard it all before that: Winter equals dry, flimsy hair that lacks shine. Not only can you protect the overall health of your customers’ hair throughout the cold seasons, you can keep winter’s nibble from eating at hair color. Despite the fact that protection and moisture retention are desirable goals, usually we are busy out in the fundamentals, in which case it is all about replenishment. If you are not ready, hair damage and color loss is predictable. Therefore, here are some tips we advise to help customers’ to look after their hair when the temperatures plunge.
- Moisturize! It instigates with soap, use a moisture rich shampoo specially made for color-treated hair or even the preventive use of a dandruff shampoo to prevent flakes from cluttering your coif. Wash in warm or cold water, as it is less drying and increases the longevity for your color. One more consideration is frequency. Cutting down on the washes frequency is by and large good recommendation, but some of you just insist on washing daily. If it is the case, hydrate once a week through a deep conditioning treatment.
- Make sure to use thermal protection, when drying, curling or suing a flat iron. In addition, a conditioning color gloss will not only richen up your color, but also seals the cuticle, adding extra protection and shine.
- Hair should be trimmed regularly. More often than not, people get in the habit of thinking that less is more in the winter – you will be better off. That may truly work against you because of cold and windy open-air activities and dry conditions inside due to heaters, the probability of you getting breakage and split ends increase.
- Lastly, just cover up. You will be warmer, you hair will not flog you in the face, the color will be protected from the ultraviolet rays and the cold’s icy grip, additionally you will uphold the style that you had when you first walked out the door.