With the cold seasons coming up I always need to be extra carefull with my hair, specially when growing it. Here are some useful tips that can help you make it more healthy.
1 Get a haircut or trim by mid-autumn to remove any damage caused by the summer elements. Follow with a deep-conditioning treatment to replenish moisture loss, and repeat once or twice a month throughout the season.
2 Alternate your regular shampoo and conditioner with a moisture-rich formula to combat seasonal dryness. Since you're likely to blow-dry your hair more frequently in the winter, use a heat-protectant spray before you flip the switch, and dry on a low setting whenever possible.
3 Add volume to hair flattened by hats or scarves by styling it with mousse. Reactivate it with moist fingertips when you reach work in the morning, flipping your head and lifting your roots for added fullness.
4 Combat hair static by switching to a leave-in conditioner. Towel-dry freshly shampooed hair, then evenly distribute a dollop of the product before styling.
5 Give your scalp a nice massage a few times a week to keep oxygenated blood moving to your roots. It will relax your senses and promote hair growth.
Hope these tips are usefull for you guys. What special care do you have with your hair?