Winter is our favorite time of the year. It’s full of festive parties, seasonal drinks, and magical experiences. While winter has its perks, it’s one time of the year when your hair will struggle against the cold. It’s easy to get distracted by your skin, but your winter hair care routine is just as important. Whether you have an oily scalp or are suffering from dryness, we’re sharing our 5 top tips and tricks to keep your hair healthy this winter.
Invest in a new shampoo
Your shampoo is the foundation of your haircare routine. It will make or break your hair in just one step. For winter, you want to focus on keeping your hair hydrated and protected against the elements. The Mudmasta shampoo for dry and sensitive scalps formulates to encourage hair growth while keeping your scalp hydrated.
Winter can also be a time when dandruff becomes your worst enemy. Mudmasta has a shampoo formulated to tackle oily hair and dandruff by giving your hair a deep cleanse.
Skip heat styling
An easy way to keep your hair healthy this winter is to skip heat styling. Save your hair curler and hot tools for special occasions and air dry your hair whenever possible. Missing heat styling can keep your hair looking shiny and healthy while letting your natural hair take center stage. Use this winter to experiment with different styles of buns, braids, and twists to try something new with your hair.
Give your scalp some TLC
No winter haircare routine is complete without giving your scalp a little TLC. Take your self-care to the next level by incorporating a scalp massage into your hair care routine. Mudmasta’s conditioner acts as a scalp treatment, helping to give your scalp the nourishment it needs to restore your hair and promote growth.
This winter haircare essential will help maintain your scalp’s moisture balance and prevent dandruff and dryness. Mudmasta’s oily and dandruff scalp plus is a staple for every winter hair care routine. Do you have a sensitive scalp? Try this Mudmasta scalp treatment for dry and sensitive hair.
Wear a hat outside
When you’re buying a new scarf and gloves for winter, don’t forget to pick up a hat! As the temperatures start to drop, your hair begins to lose its moisture. When your hair becomes dehydrated, it’s more prone to breakage. Treat yourself to a new hat this winter to keep your hair protected from the elements. Look out for a hat with a satin or silk lining to maintain your hair’s natural shine.
Visit your hairstylist
It’s time to go back and visit your hairstylist. During winter, it’s a good idea to check in with your hairstylist every four to eight weeks for a trim. Booking in for a regular hair appointment can help to keep your hair looking fresh and healthy. Seeing your hairstylist and cutting off around half an inch of hair every time can help protect against split ends.
This winter, upgrade your hair care routine with scalp-loving essentials that will keep your hair healthy and protected. You can explore the latest Mudmasta haircare products here.