How to Keep Hair Hydrated
During the Winter Months

Your hair may feel smooth, sleek, and silky in the summer heat, but what about winter? If you’re experiencing frizz, breakage, or just generally lackluster locks, we’ve got quick tips for you for how to hydrate your hair during the winter. Baby, it’s cold outside, but that doesn’t mean your hair has to feel the chill.

How to hydrate dry hair

  1. Swap out your shampoo

The first step to tackling that winter weather is to swap out your summer suds for a thicker, more hydrating cleanser like Hello Hydration Shampoo Deep Moisture for Hair. This formula will help keep your locks hydrated while leaving them with the creamy scent of coconut.

  1. Swap out your conditioner

This is even more important than your shampoo, since your conditioner is what gives your nourishment. Swap to a deeply moisturizing conditioner like Hello Hydration Deeply Moisturizing Hair Conditioner. Like the shampoo, you’ll see total hydration and be left with a coconut scent.

  1. Turn down the heat

It’s not just cold air that’s damaging your strands, too much heat isn’t good for it, either. And we’re not just talking about your curling rod or straightening iron – turning up the heat in your house can dry out your hair, too! Try keeping it at a breezy 70 rather than cranking it up and please, don’t sit too close to the fire.

  1. Turn on a humidifier

A humidifier keeps the air in your room from getting too dry. Put one in your bedroom and turn it on while you’re sleeping to help protect your hair from dryness and breakage in the night. As a plus, it also keeps your skin from drying out so you can wake up dewy.

  1. Mask, mask, mask

You should always mask up in the winter. Take some time once or twice a week to treat your hair to a deep hydration mask. These give your hair the serious nourishment it needs to fight through the winter weather and come out soft and shiny.

So there you have it! While dry winter hair can be a bummer, there are steps you can take to give your hair the support it needs to shine.