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How to keep your hair hydrated this winter?

Posted by Vikram Singh on
How to keep your hair hydrated this winter?

Winter is one of the most anticipated seasons of the year. With wedding season around the corner, it is that time of the year when everyone desires to look good and feel good. Many women use different heat styling treatments and products to flaunt their beautiful tresses, and end up affecting their hair health unintentionally.

Our hair suffers greatly in winter. The winter winds leave our hair feeling dry, dull and damaged. Also, issues such as frizzy hair, dandruff, split ends and hair fall are common. When combined with continuous styling and heat treatments, the hair loses elasticity and moisture. Just like our skin, our hair also needs special care during the cold season. If you think you can improve the texture of your hair with just a good shampoo or hot oil massage, then think twice. Pairing a hair pack with these home remedies and other hacks can give you long-lasting results. To protect your hair from harsh winters, follow these hacks and keep your hair hydrated.

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A rainbow diet for healthy hair:

With a dip in temperature, we all crave to wrap ourselves in a blanket and enjoy a hot cup of tea or coffee with some pakodas and samosas. No matter how tempting this thought might be for your taste buds, indulging in caffeinated drinks and comfort foods on a daily basis can greatly affect your fabulous-looking hair. To keep your hair and skin healthy, switch to a rainbow diet this winter. As the name suggests, a rainbow diet consists of fruits, vegetables, grains and nuts from different colour families. A colourful diet not only looks good on the plate but also fills our body with nutrients needed to keep our hair shiny and skin glowing in the winter.

Health experts link fruits and vegetables of different colours to different benefits. For example, green leafy vegetables are full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that improve scalp health. Blue or purple fruits and vegetables can promote hair growth, red fruits and vegetables are packed with vitamin C and A, which add lustre to the hair. Similarly, yellow fruits are full of potassium that is necessary for getting thick and voluminous hair.

Wash away your troubles with some bubbles:

A hot shower after a long day is all you need to relax and soothe your mind and body. But soaking your hair in hot water daily can make it dry and damage the hair follicles. Hot water drains out the natural oil and moisture present in the hair. It increases frizz, dehydrates the hair and makes it weak. The best way to keep your hair hydrated is by using a mild sulphate free shampoo with lukewarm water twice a week. A good hair wash routine will clean your hair follicles, prevent dandruff, remove frizz and reduce hair fall. To make your locks shiny, pair your hydrating shampoo with a nourishing conditioner.

Get rid of split ends:

Unhealthy hair is more vulnerable to split ends. Regular haircuts, hot oil massages and hair pack play a crucial role in preventing split ends. You can also try home remedies and natural hair masks with argan oil, hibiscus, honey, aloe vera and green tea. Maintaining a good hair care routine will make your hair shine like diamonds and reduce split ends, making it appear healthy and lustrous.

Switch to effortless hairstyles in winter:

Great hair doesn’t happen by chance, it happens with proper care and styling. Styling your hair with countless cycles of heat treatments can damage your hair strands. It dehydrates your hair and increases frizz. Instead, switch to effortless hairstyles that do not require a lot of heat. Before styling your hair with heat styling tools, apply a generous amount of heat protectant or hair serum and make sure your hair is completely dry. Classic hairstyles such as a wavy ponytail, messy bun, overnight no heat curls or a fishtail braid can add character to your look.

Say YES to hair masks:

The road to smooth, silky, shiny and good-looking hair is a little bumpy. But you can achieve this with a magic potion called a hair mask. It provides the necessary hydration and nourishment to keep your hair healthy during the winter. Regular use of hair masks will assist your hair in regaining all of its lost nourishment. It will tame your unruly hair and make it manageable. So, this winter make sure to pamper your hair with a hydrating and repairing hair mask at least once a week.

Have you tried our product?

Aaranyaa Hair Pack is enriched with the goodness of amino fruit extracts derived from Argan Oil and Seabuckthorn Oil. It contains a high amount of essential fatty acids topped with vitamin A to give you a spa-like experience at home. Regular use of this hair mask will make your hair hydrated, soft and lustrous. So what are you waiting for?

Bring home Aaranyaa Hair Pack and give your hair the nourishment it deserves.

 

 

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