5 Easy Ways to Protect Your Hair from Old Man Winter

I don't know about you but old man winter has done a number on my winter hair. This dry, frigid air has been very damaging on my tresses. It's time I up my winter hair maintenance for sure!


a woman outside while it's snowing wearing a black coat


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The colder outdoor temperature not only dry out our skin, but they can also ruin our precious locks.
Below, I'll share a few winter hair care tips to get our hair back on track.



a woman with pink hat outside while it's snowing




5 Easy Ways to Protect Your Hair from Old Man Winter



1. Protective styles are hairstyles that protect the ends of relaxed or natural hair. Winter scarves and hats can wreak havoc on our winter hair so it needs to be tucked away.



2. Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. I don't know about you but my hair has been dry lately! You want a hair moisturizer cream that is rich in natural hair oils like Shea butter and jojoba oils.



3. Deep conditioner - Heat styling and dry air, can do a number on our textured hair. The use of a good deep conditioner will help restore your hair back to health and replenish lost moisture.



4. Silk pillow cases will keep you from breakage throughout the night, no matter how wild you sleep. And if you're like me, that's pretty wild.



5. Satin lined hats - Winter fabrics like wool can literally break your hair right off. Choose winter hats with satin lining instead. It will keep your hair protected while you stay warm and stylish.



What tips do you have for taking care of your winter hair?
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16 comments

  1. Great Info...the winter in Cleveland has been mild however, usually I am experiencing the Winter Dryness it is the WORST!!! I need to get a satin lined hat for my hair!!

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  2. I can definitely relate to the winter hair struggles! I've been having issues with my hair since having my children so I definitely try to wear more protective styles and use my satin pillow case to help, especially this time of year. Great tips!

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  3. Mine hair is really dry. I blame the weather and myself. I need conditioning and moisturizing.

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  4. I am so grateful to live in Texas! I can finally wear my natural hair in a silk press without fear of stepping outside! haha Summer is a totally different ballgame for me.

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  5. Great tips. The same is true for a bald head.

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  6. When I was back home dealing with the winters up north I always protective styled through the winter. My hair would grow like weeds!

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  7. My hair is super dry and I don't live in a cold climate, but yes I need to moisturize more. Never thought about getting satin pillow cases.

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  8. Great tips! I never thought about how rough the hats we wear in the winter can be on our hair. And I'm way over due for a deep conditioning.

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  9. Good info! I constantly have protective styles and I sleep in a satin bonnet. My hair is always protected!

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  10. I love these tips! I need to heed all of them, especially the satin pillowcases and satin-lined hats. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. I need to get my daughters some silk pillow cases. Especially because they can't seem to keep their scarves on at night.

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