Trims for the Win
By removing damaged hairs, haircuts promote healthy hair growth and stop the spread of split ends. This allows long-term hair health. Keep your hair trimmed, even if you're between cuts or growth.
Humidify to Beautify
Want to know a surprising way to fight dry hair in the winter? Use a humidifier. Indoor heating causes the air in your home to become very dry, pulling moisture out of your hair. Humidifiers help rehydrate the air to keep your locks looking lustrous! Consider it a practice in self-care.
Keeping it Cool
Even though a steamy shower might be just what you’re looking for when the temperature is below freezing, hot water can zap moisture from your hair making it brittle and more vulnerable to breaking. Wash your hair with lukewarm water and follow with a cool rinse instead.
Masking Makes Perfect
Just like weekly face masks are essential for healthy skin, weekly hair masks can make a significant difference when it comes to dry, damaged hair. They can reverse the effects of dryness while making sure your hair is protected at an optimal level all year round. Hair masks are quick and easy to use. They are packed with tons of hair health benefits and are effective in under 20-minutes. Hair masks offer benefits like softening, hydrating and adding shine. Asks our stylists which one is right for your hair.
Switching Things Up
Are you someone who washes their hair every day? Then it’s time to switch things up. Over-washing your hair will strip it of natural oils that help to keep hair moisturized and protected. This is especially bad in the winter when those oils are much needed. Try extending the time between your washes as much as possible. If you typically wash your hair every day then switch to every other day. If you find your hair is still very dry, try every three days. Another way to help extend the time between washes is to use dry shampoo. Dry shampoo opens up the hair shaft and brings life back to your hairstyle. It will also keep your hair smelling and looking fresh. Check our retail area for Moroccan Oil Dry Shampoo.