The only solution for keeping warmer in frigid temperatures is to cover your head. Even though a cute woolen cap can be the perfect outdoor accessory, it can crush your hairstyle and leave you with a head of static electricity once you take it off. So what is a girl to do to keep hair beautiful without giving up her fashionable collection of caps, scarves, and other winter hats that press hair down?
One of the most important things is to keep hair
regularly trimmed at least every eight weeks. By doing so, you will help
hair bounce back into shape once removing that cap.
Without adequate moisture, winter hair can frizz
and become full of static. Make it a habit to give your hair a deep
conditioning treatment once a week to keep it hydrated. Healthier hair
looks better and can be more resilent to keep that style intact.
You might want to try applying styling creams and
serums only on the ends of your hair when wearing that cap for a length of travel time to best avoid a flat, greasy look.
When in a rush to blow-dry hair, you need to dry
it completely to make sure that hair behaves. Any missed section of damp
hair can cause it to later bump up and create a funny hump on your head once you
take your hat off.
As you apply your hand lotion or body
lotion, you might want to rub a tiny bit of what was left over your hair.
This little trick does help combat static electricity.
In fact, you will
never need to worry about static cling again if you rub some lotion on your
pantyhose and slip in the winter before dressing. Keep some lotion at work
and reapply later when you start to cling again will stop it.
Believe it or not, a sheet of a fabric softener
rubbed over your hair works to smooth that static problem as well.
If all else fails and you are not satisfied and
need more volume, try this little trick. Turn your head upside and spray
with a volumizing hair spray. Then shake out the hair as it begins to dry before
flipping it back in shape.
Here's to staying warm and keeping your hair
amazing with just a few tweaks to your normal routine!