*contains affiliate links * If you want to have beautiful, soft hair in the winter without using a lot of extra products, go to your stylist first at the beginning of the season. He or she can address any issues with your hair, and many stylists offer natural alternatives to the products they recommend. It’s best to have your hair cut at the beginning of each season, and possibly once in the middle and end of the season.
These frequent sessions will keep your hair in good condition, reduce hair breakage and also eliminate split ends. During the winter season, it is good to do these treatments about every 6-8 weeks during the season.
Be careful with hair coloring
Another reason to see your stylist in the winter is to dye it, but this is also a good time to consider what color you put in your hair. It’s best to stick to colors that don’t require much bleaching. Every time you bleach your hair, a lot of moisture is taken out of it and the protection of your hair is reduced. Try to dye darker during the colder months, and save the bleach blonde look for spring and summer!
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