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Winter Hair Care Tips

“Winter Hair Remedies”  Just because it’s cold outside and dry inside doesn’t mean your hair needs to pay the price. Tis the season for parched strands and flaky scalps, but there are ways to fight back! Jet Rhys of Jet Rhys Salon in San Diego has some quick, simple solutions for winter’s biggest beauty bummers.

  • Winter hair care tip for “hat hair” ~~ To avoid hat hair, pick the right type of hat—looser styles with a fuller top like a bucket hat or a newsboy cap can help you retain your style. Before putting your hat on, comb hair in the opposite direction from which it naturally falls. That way, when you remove it, you’ll still have some bounce and volume. Use a vent brush to lift strands and remove any tangles.


  • Winter hair care tip for “static” ~~ Try a brush with a combination of natural and boar’s-hair bristles, like a Mason Pearson Brush. They allow for a close grip, which encourages the cuticle to lie flatter, helping to reduce static. If you still find yourself with static, rub a dryer sheet like Bounce over your hair.


  • Winter hair care tip for “dryness/dullness” ~~ Try this all-natural rosemary-honey mask:
  1.    Mix 1/2 cup honey, 1/4 cup warmed olive oil, and 4 drops of essential oil of rosemary in a spray bottle.
  2.    Spray onto slightly damp hair and massage into scalp.
  3.    Cover with a heated towel and leave on for 15-30 minutes before shampooing.



Article courtesy of Harris Publications

For more winter hair ideas check out our Pinterest Winter Hair Tips board.


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