How To Take Care Of Curly Hair During Winter

Different hair. Different season. Different hair care. The rule is so basic and pretty simple to know and understand. One of the most difficult hair types to tame as we all know is curly hair. Irrespective of the season, the hair tends to get frizzy.

The hair routine changes mainly in the winter season. Since the chilly weather is synonymous with dryness, winter care is not as easy.

There's also a lack of humidity and due to the imbalance, it can make your hair even more dry and unmanageable.  De-tangling the hair also in this season can lead to hair fall as well as other issues.

At times, hot styling tools are also not the best solution for your hair, especially in winters. To keep your hair looking good, all season long, here are some remedies that will help you take care of your hair.

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In winters, conditioners can be your best companion. When you use a leave-in conditioner, it will work well on your hair and moisturize the hair strands. These conditioners will keep your hair frizz-free and you won't regret this decision. 

Don’t Comb Or Brush Your Hair

Curly girls already know the repercussions of using a comb on hair. Instead of de-tangling, it leads to more breakage and the tresses get damaged.

If you need help with de-tangling, you need to wet your hair and then use a wide-toothed comb. Do this only when you are in the shower. And, when you are done, fix your hair only with your fingers, but be gentle when you do so.

Skip The Heat In Winters

No matter how tempting it is, hot tools in winters for curly girls is a big no-no. When you use these products, it can ruin your hair texture. On days you are in a rush and wish to dry your hair, your one best bet is a diffuser which will certainly help you out. Use it on the lowest heat setting and you will be good to go.

Use Hair Oil

Use Hair Oil

Keep your curls hydrated and healthy all winter long with a nourishing hair oil.

Curly girls are mostly advised to not oil their hair but winter is the best time to start with it. Your ends need moisture as winters make them lose most of it. With oil, the same will be retained. Oiling your hair also helps with nasty dry hair in cold weather.

Some of the best options are argon and jojoba oil. You need to take a little amount of the oil and gently scrunch it on your hair ends after you have used styling products. Do this when your hair is wet.

Change Your Pillowcase

Broken and frizzy hair is the result of the bad pillowcase. While you are sleeping on any random pillowcase, it can damage your follicles. It can also become fragile. Hence it is advised that you sleep on a silk pillowcase and keep your hair safe.

Wet Less often

Wet hair, especially on days when you have to step out during colder months, will freeze your hair more and if it's wet, chances of breakage are higher.

In that case, keep your shampoo to once a week and other times go for co-wash shampoos, as it will help lock in moisture. When you use it, make use of a diffuser and dry your curls.

Deep Condition Your Hair

Deep Condition Your Hair

Nourish your curls this winter with a deep conditioning hair mask.

When it's winter, take care of your hair and feel rejuvenated with the goodness of a mask. It is the best way to protect your follicles and in this case, a thick hair mask is your best bet as it helps lock moisture.

Use Humidifier

You can also make use of a humidifier in your room so that when you wake up the next day, your hair won't be brittle. You can also use a steamer for your hair as it promises to add moisture and refresh your curls.

Opt For Satin Lined Hat

Just like there are silk pillows, there are also satin-lined beanies that your hair will need if you are curly-headed. When your hair looks all over the place, this beanie will run to your rescue and feels like a little luxury.

Rethink Protective Styling

Protective styling saves the ends of your hair and works well in winters. Since the weather can damage your follicles, the best way to deal with it is by opting for protective styling.

Try hairstyles like short braids, long twisted buns, beaded braids, top knots, etc.

Bottom Line

With the right sort of hair care, your hair will get all the moisture and strength to fight the weather and not damage your hair follicles. Follow the aforementioned ways and we bet you will have the best-looking hair this season.

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