Winter is coming has arrived. So, let the game of having dry hair begin!
The change in the weather comes with a lot of beauty complications, right? Especially during this time when our hair and skin tend to get drier than usual. It can get really annoying sometimes, especially if you already have a dry scalp. But don't you worry as we are telling you how you can ensure that your scalp stays hydrated all through the cold season with a few simple tips.
Don't let the seasonal change annoy you as we have our siblings for that. With that being said, here are some easy ways you can ensure that your scalp stays hydrated and the only itch you get is to buy another lipstick!
Taking a shower every day during winters, especially if you have to wash your mane should be a Roadies task as it's almost impossible. And since most of us use warm/hot water to wash our hair, it tends to get drier.
Oiling your mane at least once a week is one way to put moisture back into your scalp. And if you have a super itchy scalp, then do try giving ourselves a hot oil hair massage and we bet your dry scalp days would be far behind.
As much as we love spending our money on hair masks, you have to admit that there's nothing like a good old hair mask. Try this DIY moisturizing hair mask and we bet
- 1 tbsp. Argan oil
- Egg white (from one egg)
- 1 tbsp. Honey
- 1 tbsp. Curd
- 2-3 Vitamin E tablets
Step 1: In a bowl, add all the ingredients and mix well.
Step 2: Heat the mixture for about 10 seconds in a microwave so that everything mixes well and it penetrates deeper into the scalp.
Step 3: Starting from your scalp, start applying your hair mask up to your strands.
Step 4: Massage for a good minute and then tie your hair.
Step 5: Keep it for 45 minutes to an hour and then wash your hair with lukewarm water.
Using a leave-in hair conditioner is a great way to ensure that your hair remains hydrated at all times. Just apply a dollop on your mane an hour before washing your hair and we bet you'll be back to flipping your glossy hair in no time.
And that's how you do it! And if you always have your heater turned on during winters, it might be worth investing in a humidifier. The heater sucks up all the moisture in your room, wreaking havoc on your skin and hair.
Follow these tips and every day will be a good hair day, come rain, shine or snow!
Featured Image: Instagram