If you live in an area where winter weather occurs, then you know how it can have an effect on your hair and skin. The winter weather can be harsh on all different hair textures and types. Although the cold weather does not directly correlate with hair loss, you are still likely to lose more hair during the winter months.
Here are a few winter hair care tips that you can follow to help promote healthy hair:
Lower the Water Temperatures in Your Shower
Although it may be tempting to crank the heat in the shower, especially in the cold winter weather, be careful with how hot you set the temperatures. The hot temperatures will remove the moisture from your hair, leaving it more brittle and easier to break.
That doesn’t mean that you need to give up on your warm showers in the winter. Just make the switch to washing your hair with lukewarm water instead. Before you get out of the shower, try ending your rinse with cool water to help lock the moisture in your hair.
Avoid Heat Styling in the Winter
Air drying is always the best option for your hair. When you blow-dry your hair, it will draw out the moisture in your hair, which will increase the chances of it breaking. Going for a heat-free drying option will help keep your hair moisturized and healthy.
In the winter, it’s always best to embrace your natural hair as much as possible. Extra heat on your already delicate hair will amplify the issue.
Don’t Wash Your Hair Everyday
If you typically wash your hair every day, it’s time to break that habit. Believe it or not, you can over wash your hair, which will strip it of its natural oils. If you usually wash your hair every day, try making the switch to washing it every other day.
Are You Experiencing Hair Loss?
If you believe your hair loss is caused by something other than the harsh winter weather, don’t hesitate to contact a specialist to help you! At NM Hair Replacement Studio, our experienced hair specialists are dedicated to helping you understand your hair loss and give you non-surgical tools to help you treat it!
Give us a call today at 718-267-2516 with your questions.