Love Your Hair

Updated: 06/03/2014

Cold weather comes with a set of hair frustrations, including breakage, dullness and static. Giving your hair a break from dryers and straighteners is always a good idea at this time of year, but it can be difficult when you lead an active lifestyle and need to step into the cold on a daily basis.

The hair experts at Sally Express have come up with a list of top tips to help you give some love back to your hair.

Use a deep conditioning mask

A combination of central heating and cold weather can leave your hair feeling dull and lifeless. Using a deep conditioning mask, such as the Hempz Couture Intense Moisture Mask will help make it look and feel healthier, in addition to reducing frizz and boosting shine. Containing 100% natural hemp seed oil, sunflower seed oil, as well as vitamins B5 and E, this professional mask revitalises, restores and nourishes hair.

Protect your hair with a leave-in conditioner

In the wintertime, we're constantly going between the cold outdoors and heated interiors, and the always-shifting differences in temperature can drive your hair slightly crazy. Try applying leave-in conditioner before blow-drying to protect your hair against environmental aggressors. A good option is the Biolage Daily Leave-in Tonic, which comes in the form of a light, aloe vera- and passion fruit-infused mist spray.

Serum to the rescue

Applying serum to your mid-lengths and ends increases shine, keeping your hair sleek and improving its condition. It's a good idea to invest in a high-quality product, such as the Kerasilk Anti-Frizz Serum, which will last for ages since you only need to use a drop or two per day.

Battle dandruff the right way

Significant weather changes can make dry out your scalp, leading to dandruff. In these cases, we recommend using a specialist shampoo to treat the condition. Enriched with piroctone olamine, Biolage Anti-Dandruff Shampoo cleanses and removes visible flakes, leaving the scalp feeling soothed and comfortable.

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