Winter Hair Survival Guide

Tips for how to beat the season's biggest hair issues and weather winter beautifully.
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Problem: Static
Static might not be a real hair issue, but it sure is annoying, right? Trygstad shares an insider tip to help keep flyaways at bay: Fabric softener sheets! Simply rub a sheet between your hands and then smooth your hands over your hair. You may also want to tuck a sheet in your hat so you don’t look like you just stuck your finger in an electrical socket when you arrive at your destination. Before you blow-dry, try a serum like ECRU New York Silk Nectar Serum (left, $32.50, ecrunewyork.com), which smoothes static, and eliminates frizz and dryness. For maximum results, apply a few drops to damp hair, wrap in a towel for 10 to 15 minutes, brush through to make sure the serum is absorbed and style as usual. If you’re in a rush, try either the Umberto Shine Spray (middle, $8.99, target.com) and lightly mist it on your hair or rub Biosilk Therapy Drops (right, $12.99, target.com) through dry hair.

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Problem: Hat hair
One of the biggest dilemmas of the season is how to avoid hat hair. You can forget the hat altogether and instead opt for a pair of chic earmuffs, but that won’t save your hair from snow and sleet. To keep your style, pull your hair into a loose, high ponytail and tuck it all into your hat. To avoid ridges in straight hair, go with  soft Emi-Jay hair ties (left, $5.99 for three, emi-jay.com). To get rid of the telltale hat “dent,” mist your brush with hairspray and quickly brush through your crown. You might want to try Oscar Blandi’s Lacca, for volume and control spray (middle, $11, beauty.com); it’s an antistatic hairspray that adds shine and volume to your ‘do. And for beauty on the go, pick up the pocket-size Body Benefits brush (right, $2.49, riteaid.com), which unfolds to reveal a mirror in its handle.Hat hair

Former magazine editor and go-to gal for all things beauty, Paige Herman-Axel is a freelance writer based in Delray Beach, Florida. Check out her website, insiderbeautybuzz.com.


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16 thoughts on “Winter Hair Survival Guide

  1. NYCdogmommy says:

    The worst thing about winter is frizz! Frizzy hair is awful! I’m going to look into these products.

  2. lady45 says:

    Wen By Chase Dean ~ NO shampoo No soap yes thats right the best product anyone can use .I use it ,My daughter uses it and I even use it on my dogs .I’ve always had wild hair curly frizzy fried .Now my hair is beautiful smooth soft no fly aways .Both my older daughters are asking me,really everyone is asking what have I done to my hair ? It looks better than it ever has .All with no shampoo .Google Wen or look at qvc (cost less on the q) It’s Great … I don’t even blow dry my hair anymore :) No Soap !!! Thats the trick.

  3. marcelmeister says:

    Dryness, dandruff and hair loss are the main problems faced in winter and these products seem to be good answer for winter care of hair. Hair care needs to be given priority as many men and woman tend to lose hair at their young age. Hair loss treatments http://www.seagerhairtransplant.com/women/losingh… and restoration techniques help people from being bald headed. Trying out hair care products and home remedies might reduce hair loss problems to great extend.

    1. Paul Mckinley says:

      I agree that hair problems like dryness, dandruff and itchiness occur during cold seasons. It can also vary from person to person because we have different causes of dandruff. There are also some various ways to remove dandruff like initiating a proper diet which can weaken this annoying hair problem.

  4. Hair becomes unbearable. Whatever I do with it just aggravates the peoblem

  5. best shampoo says:

    There are shampoos for most problems so for scalp itch and dandruff you can find very good ones to help quickly. Oily hair, dry hair, same thing.

  6. Wagana says:

    Dandruff can really be an annoying problem among us humans. We make ourselves worried when some stares at our head. Our dandruff might be saying "hello" to them. Visit this website http://removedandruffformentips.blogspot.com to learn more about dandruff prevention tips.

  7. Shampoo says:

    I would agree as a few people said, there is usually shampoo that can resolve most dandruff related problems. If it is more severe though I would try some natural remedies. If that doesn't work then just visit the doctor.

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  10. dandruff says:

    thanks for sharing.
    Dryness, dandruff and hair loss are the main problems faced in winter and these products seem to be good answer for winter care of hair. Hair care needs to be given priority as many men and woman tend to lose hair at their young age.

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  12. Great article. Dryness is a huge problem for me in the winter; I have found coconut oil to be very helpful to prevent it.

  13. Hassan says:

    Thank you for sharing this helpful post. keep up the good work.

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