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Protect your hair this winter
December 6, 2015, 10:30 am

With the seasonal changes making their presence felt in the air, a few changes might be necessary. While your skin can get dehydrated, the hair and scalp dry, numerous problems might come in the way. Do not worry because here are a few tricks you could use to flaunt your beautiful hair this winter.  

Dandruff:  Dandruff causes your scalp to get dry and itchy due to accumulation of dead skin that looks like snowflakes. It not only makes the hair look unhealthy but also leads to more damage as it falls on the face and back leading to acne and shedding of hair from the eyebrows as well.  In order to avoid this, wash your hair with an anti-dandruff shampoo once a week. Avoid thick hair mousse, masques or conditioners this season. You can rub a lemon peel on your scalp before having bath.

Hair fall: While it is normal to have 100 strands of hair shedding every day, with winter the count can go beyond normal. If you see a few chunks of hair around you every time you run your fingers through your tresses, it is time for a wakeup call. This season, avoid combing your hair too often or blow drying it. Massage with herbal oils that has ingredients such as Bhringraj and you can even warm it to a mild temperature and apply along with almond oil. Wrap a hot towel around your head and do not keep the oil in the hair over night. Wash with a mild shampoo in 30 minutes and use a fresh towel every time you towel dry your hair.  

Frizzy hair: Even if you have silky, straight hair around the year, winter will cause your strands to be dry, unkempt and crimped. There could also be breakage from any portion of the length. A good hair cut is a great solution to begin with. In fact, you can go for a short crop that will look stylish and be more manageable this season. Detangle your hair with fingers and use a non greasy serum from mid length to the ends. Use a silk or a satin scarf to cover the head whenever you step out.



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