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Time to let your blow dryers hibernate! Blow dryers strip away moisture from your hair, intensifying the harsh effects from the cold. Try towel drying instead, or if you REALLY can`t go without blow drying, use the lowest heat setting.
Use conditioner every time you shower. This will add much needed moisture to your hair.Hair products with the word "replenish" on them are made to moisturize your hair.
Wear a scarf, hat or cap to protect your hair from the winds. But make sure it`s not too tight so that you won`t stop circulation.
Wash your hair in warm water, not hot. Hot water will take away moisture as well. This is the hardest part for me, since i absolutely love hot showers during winter..but it`s worth it!
Use a purifying shampoo once a week at most.These are the most stringent of cleaners and arent supposed to be used very often.
Pump up the volume. For oomphy, tousled strands, try this trick from Nathaniel Hawkins, a celeb hairstylist who has worked with the Olsen twins: When you`re finished blow-drying your hair, switch to the cool setting, flip your head over, and aim the nozzle around randomly for a few minutes. "This creates pockets of air between your locks so they look extra full," he says.
DONT blow-dry your hair in the bathroom. After a shower, your bathroom is about as humid as a jungle. There is no way to escape so much steam in a small room. Give your blowout a head start and a much better chance of success by working in a moisture-free environment. Try creating a temporary hairstyling station at your desk or kitchen table. In warmer months, it is also a good idea to turn up the air conditioner. The room must be cool to achieve a blowout without frizz.