Now this piece of advice is extremely important for every hair type, relaxed or afro.
You can suffer unnecessary hair breakage, if you do not protect your hair during the winter months. Whilst you’re wrapped up in woolly scarves, coats and hats, your hair is very vulnerable to damage. Read on to see what you can do to save your locks from trauma. Simply be creative with your hair styles.
Here you have different styles of braids, you can rock in winter, by Jacqueline.
Taking Care of Black Hair in the Winter
Wash black hair once a week with a moisturizing shampoo. Washing too often can rob your hair and scalp of moisture, exacerbating winter dryness. Try not to wash your hair just before leaving the house. Cold temperatures can cause black hair to freeze and break off when wet.
Condition your hair using a deep conditioner that contains humectants, at least once a week. Deep conditioning will help lock in moisture and keep your hair from feeling dry and brittle over the winter.
Allow your hair to air dry in the winter instead of using a blow dryer after washing. Stylers that rely on heat to dry, curl or straighten your hair are often damaging. Adding heat to hair that is already facing winter dryness can cause frizz, brittle ends and breakage.
Choose a low-maintenance style for your black hair during the winter months. Braids and buns are easy to care for and do not require the use of heat stylers. Wrapped loosely, either style can protect your hair from winter damage.
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