There is definitely a nip in the air. When I walk outside, I can’t get enough of the gorgeous caramel-colored leaves that keep on piling up, practically begging someone to jump in them. I’ve also started collecting wood and can hardly wait to give my new fireplace a go.
Can you tell that Fall is definitely my favorite season (with winter not far behind)? But, the one thing I can do without is the dry outdoor air and even drier indoor heat combo that more often than not leaves me with thirsty, dull, lackluster, fried-looking locks. This year, instead of doing major damage control post-damage, I plan on being proactive and switch out my usual conditioner with a moisturizing hair mask ever
Freezing cold temperatures combined with low humidity and dry heat can leave you with dull, dehydrated, static-y hair just begging for some major nourishment and recovery. This is why I’m a huge fan of winter hats. A basic black knit style is my go-to, but I’ve been known to don a cap, aviator hat, beret and even a fedora on occasion. I like the fact that they look cool and can help keep you warm, but the most important thing is that they can hide the most horrible of hair days.
Here, tips and hair helpers to have great hair every day – no hat required:
7 TRESS TIPS FOR WHEN THE WEATHER DIPS:
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