Hair Styles To Get You Through The Winter
During the winter months, it’s understandable that we will want to try out different things. Our hair is one of the things that can take the brunt of the harsher weather. So it’s important that we protect it while trying alternative styles. We all strive for those luscious locks. Which is why I thought I would share with you some of the best winter hairstyles and haircare you can try during the next few months. Maybe it will inspire you to change your look. Perfect for the new year ahead.
Try longer hair
Do you naturally have shorter hair that just won’t grow? Or perhaps you have the sort of hair that needs regular chemical products and relaxing? If you want to try out a longer hairstyle then now is the time to consider hair extensions or even a weave. You can get some great options online like brazilian hair or natural hair extensions. Just ensure you get a professional to put them in. This way they will last a while with good maintenance.
Get it all cut off
If you are sick of your longer hair, then use the winter as the perfect chance to cut it all off. Shorter styles are fast becoming a new trend, and we see wonderful styles emerge. Shorter styles offer less maintenance in the way of styling, which could offer you a welcomed break in your morning routine. Check out websites like Pinterest for some inspiration on the style you think you might want to try.
Consider the long bob
A great inbetween is the long bob. Perfect for tying back and looking professional, but short enough to be styled for an evening out. The “Rachel” hair cut of the nineties could be making a fresh comeback.
Try some up styles to keep your hair looking stylish
Sometimes you just need to style your existing hair in a different way. Many people consider an “up” style as an alternative. Perhaps the smart bun where every hair is pinned back from your face. Or even something softer like a fishtail braid or soft curls pinned back. There are many options and all of which can offer you a different style without the need of getting any hair cut.
Consider treatments to ensure your hair stays healthy
The winter months are very drying on your hair, and so it’s essential that you change your haircare routine to suit. Try and keep washing to a minimum of two-three times a week. This ensures you don’t draw out any moisture that could be lost due to the exposure of dry heat from heating systems. Another trick is to apply regular hair masks and treatments. This keeps your hair conditioned, and they takes only a few minutes of your time.
Protect your hair from heat damage
Finally, it’s important to ensure that you keep your hair protected from heat. Many of us used heated styling products during our haircare routine. You can now buy sprays and serums which protect the hair from any heat damage that might be caused.
I hope this has inspired you to try something different and revamp your haircare routine.