1. Wear a scarf, hat or cap to protect your hair from the cold and wind. Make sure that it’s not so tight where it will restrict circulation in your scalp. A safe bet is the floppy hat — fashionably it works on everyone.
2. Use a conditioner daily.
3. Once you have your hair moist, lock in the moisture by running your hair through cold water; this will also give your hair an extra shine.
4. Don’t go outside with your hair wet during the winter months because you risk breakage. Your hair will freeze if it’s cold enough outside and may break.
5. Limit your use of “hot” items on your hair such as a blow dryers and curling irons.
6. If you need to use a “hot” item, use a leave in conditioner before using the item on your hair.
7. Avoid taking hot showers or washing your hair in hot water. Use warm or cool water instead because the heat can dry out and/or damage your hair and skin.
8. Hair products that have the word “Replenish” on them are made to moisturize your hair. One to try – The Oribe hair care line includes hair replenishing and rebuilding properties in all their products, even their hairsprays.
9. Try using a dry shampoo if you need to wash out your hair. Don’t like the dry look they can leave? Oribe has a dry shampoo that leaves a gloss finish instead of matte. Simply sprinkle or spray some onto your hair and comb it out.