Cold weather can be rough on hair, that’s why Daybreak Salon is pleased to offer complimentary Aveda hair care consultations to bring the beauty of Aveda to your at-home hair care routine. Our team will assess your hair’s condition, address concerns like drying, splitting or thinning hair and provide Aveda solutions for an at-home routine to combat winter conditions affecting your scalp and hair.
Here are Daybreak’s hair care tips to keep your scalp and hair happy throughout the season. Take a peek.
Moisturize Your Scalp With Hair Oil
During cold weather, your scalp gets dry and itchy due to the lack of moisture in the air. This may lead to dandruff, scalp irritation, and flakiness, causing hair fall. An oil massage with Nutriplenish multi-use hair oil, a 100% naturally derived formula that features a concentrated blend of 5 power oils; it offers multiple-uses and delivers nutrient-powered hydration and shine for all hair types. These oils penetrate the hair shaft and keep the hair moisturized. Massage improves blood circulation to the scalp and nourishes the hair follicles, stimulating hair growth.
Embrace Second Day Hair – Shampoo Less Frequently
Frequently washing your hair with shampoos strips off its natural oils, causing further dryness and irritation. Try to extend the time between your washes with Dry Shampoo and Rinseless Refresh™ micellar hair & scalp refresher revives and refreshes second-day styles with naturally derived styling polymers that help tame frizz for up to 72 hours – even in intense humidity. Suitable for slightly wavy to very tight coily hair textures. 97% naturally derived.
Conditioning The Hair In Right Way
Never skip the conditioner during winter. Use a thick, creamy conditioner containing natural oils like Botanical Repair or Cherry Almond to condition and instantly detangle to prevent breakage; strengthen and repair with the power of plants.
How To Use A Conditioner
- Shampoo your hair, rinse and yes, repeat to get the best result and rinse it thoroughly.
- Apply the conditioner from the mid-length to the hair ends.
- Concentrate on the ends to prevent dryness and split ends.
- Leave the conditioner on for a few minutes and then rinse clear.
Limit Heat Styling Tools
Your hair is already delicate during winter, and using heat styling tools can make it brittle, causing hair breakage. Embrace your natural hair texture and air dry your tresses as much as possible. Limit blow drying as it draws moisture out of your hair and always apply a heat protectant like Damage Remedy Daily Hair Repair to instantly repair damaged hair. This 98% naturally derived leave-in treatment visibly repairs, detangles and protects hair from heat styling, reducing breakage by 90% in just 1 week.
Apply A Deep Conditioning Hair Mask Weekly
Weekly hair mask treatments are an excellent preventative measure to ensure your overall hair health. A hair mask with nourishing and moisturizing ingredients conditions and moisturizes dry locks, enhance hair growth, add shine, and soften the hair. Invati Intensive Hair and Scalp Masque deeply nourishes the scalp while thickening, strengthening and hydrating thinning hair.
Get Regular Trims
The dry, cold air causes hair breakage and split ends. Friction from hats and scarves puts additional strain on your hair. To prevent this, trim your hair every four to eight weeks. This keeps your hair looking fresh in the winter. Trim your hair half an inch off the bottom to remove dry, split ends.
Stay hydrated to keep your scalp and hair hydrated too. Dial down the temp of your shower and rinse with cool water to seal in moisture of your conditioner. And avoid sleeping with wet hair to prevent overnight breakage and splitting. A warm furnace feels cozy when the temperature drops, but it also dries the air inside your home, damaging your hair. Humidifiers help balance the moisture levels inside the room to prevent dryness.
With just a few adjustments and the right hair care products, your winter hair will be healthier, shinier and stronger this winter. Come in for your complimentary consultation to pair products to your hair’s needs.
Bundle up Beautiful.