6 Ways To Protect Natural Hair During The Winter

protect natural hair during winter

Hi there!  As temperatures begin to drop, it's important to take special care of your natural hair. Winter weather can be particularly harsh on black hair growth and overall health, leaving your natural curly hair dry, brittle, and prone to breakage. To help your natural hair thrive in the cold weather, we have compiled seven simple tips to keep your locks hydrated, nourished, and looking their best all season long. Protecting natural hair in the winter can be a challenge, but there are some simple steps you can take to help maintain the health and beauty of your hair.

1.Never forget to pre-poo your hair before washing it, oil penetrates deep into your hair strands and nourishes it. It keeps the hair cuticles moisturized and avoids split ends and hair breakage. 
pre poo natural hair in the winter
Pre-pooing is the process of 

applying a product to your hair before shampooing. This can help to protect the hair and scalp from the drying effects of shampoo and improve the overall health of the hair. Pre-poo treatments are typically leave-in products that are applied to the hair and left in for a period of time before shampooing. Here is a simple guide on how to pre-poo your hair.                 

 

                                                                         

2.Protecting your natural hair from the cold winter temperatures is essential if you want to keep your hair healthy. One way to do this is to cover your hair with a scarf or hat whenever you go outside. The additional layer of protection will help retain moisture and prevent dry hair that can be caused by the cold weather. Make sure to use a soft, lightweight fabric that won’t cause breakage or matting. Also, try to avoid wearing tightly-knotted headwear which can pull at the scalp and damage delicate strands.     

           
3. Avoid heat styling: Heat styling can cause the hair to become dry and damaged. If you must use heat styling tools, make sure to use a heat protectant spray and set the tools to a low or medium heat setting.Using heat on your natural hair can cause irreversible damage and even hairloss. During the winter, the cold air combined with artificial heat from inside your home can lead to extreme dryness and damage for your natural hair. To protect your hair and promote healthy hair growth, it is best to avoid heat styling during the winter months. If you must use heat, make sure to apply a heat protectant before doing so. Heat protectants help to protect your hair from heat-induced damage.                                                                                                                                            

4. Getting a trim: is an essential step for protecting your natural hair in the winter months. Even if you don't usually get regular trims, it's important to have a professional trim away any split ends and dryness to help prevent further damage and hairloss. It's also a good idea to keep the ends of your hair trimmed at least every two months, especially during the colder winter months. Make sure to use a hairdresser who is experienced with natural hair care, as they will be able to advise you on the best way to protect your hair and keep it healthy.It's important to remember that trimming your hair can help reduce dryness and breakage, as well as prevent further hairloss. If your hair is already dry or damaged, a trim can help get rid of any unhealthy ends and help improve the overall condition of your hair. So make sure to book an appointment with your hairdresser soon to get a trim and help keep your hair healthy this winter.                                                                                  
    5. Protect the hair at night: To protect your natural hair at night, consider sleeping with a satin or silk scarf or bonnet, or using a satin or silk pillowcase. This can help to reduce tangles and breakage while you sleep. 
    Protect natural hair in the winterProtecting your natural hair from the cold winter temperatures is essential if you want to keep your hair healthy. One way to do this is to cover your hair with a scarf or hat whenever you go outside. The additional layer of protection will help retain moisture and prevent dry hair that can be caused by the cold weather. Make sure to use a soft, lightweight fabric that won’t cause breakage or matting. Also, try to avoid wearing tightly-knotted headwear which can pull at the scalp and damage delicate strands.   

                                                                                  
    6. Deep Condition Natural Hair: Deep conditioning will help protect your hair from the elements and lock in moisture. Look for a deep conditioner that is formulated for your specific hair type; this will ensure your hair gets the most benefit from the product. Before applying the deep conditioner, use a pre-shampoo treatment to open up the cuticles of your hair shaft and allow the deep conditioner to penetrate deeply. Leave it in your hair for at least 20 minutes before washing it out. You can also opt for an overnight deep conditioning treatment by sleeping with the deep conditioner on your hair and washing it out in the morning. Doing this will provide your hair with intense hydration and help keep your natural hair healthy and vibrant all winter long.

       
      By following these tips, you can help to protect your natural hair during the winter months and maintain healthy, moisturized hair.

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