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28 November 2017
Winter Hair Care

It is no secret that the winter weather wreaks havoc on your skin, so why should your hair be any different?

During the summer months, you tend to ‘up’ your haircare routine, ensuring you moisturise and protect your hair from any sun damage. The same rules should apply during winter time, as the cold winds and indoor heating can cause your hair to become dry and brittle.

Here’s some Wynne wisdom to help keep your hair wonderful this winter:


Save your shampoo

Reduce how often you wash your hair each week, as shampooing not only removes the dirt from your hair but can also wash away the natural oil that moisturises your scalp. If you wash your hair every day, try to cut down to every other day or maybe just a couple of times a week. In between washes use a dry shampoo to absorb some of the excess oils.


Cool Off

There is nothing better than a hot shower on a cold winter's day, but hot water is not good for your hair. Turn down the temperature and shower in warm water.


Moisturise and Condition

You may not want to add extra oil to your hair, but trust us it will help keep those locks shiny and healthy! We use the Morrocanoil range in salon, their treatment argan oil can be used as a conditioning, styling and finishing tool. Massage into your hair ahead of styling for extra nourishment and shine.

Also, ensure that you use a conditioner after you shampoo to maximise moisture and minimise breakage.


Keep it Simple

The more you fuss over your hair, the more prone it is to break and develop split-ends. Try to minimise running your fingers through your hair or combing it throughout the day. Style your hair so that once it is done, you don’t need to do much else with it.


Leave your hat on

Hat’s aren't just to keep you warm over the winter, they can also protect your hair from the cold and wind! If you are worried about static electricity in your hair our handy tip is to carry a dryer sheet in your bag to run over your hair; that should tame any frizz!


‘A woman is not really dressed unless she is wearing a hat.’

- Virginia Graham -