Momma Told Me: Blog POP! Christmas Wishes- Winter Hair Care Tips + Styling Giveaway

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Sunday, December 6, 2015

Blog POP! Christmas Wishes- Winter Hair Care Tips + Styling Giveaway

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Winter Hair Care Tips- The Goody® Clean Radiance™ paddle brush features copper bristles to naturally reduce buildup in hair over time. Also, try our Avocado, Honey, Cocout Hair Mask! (ad) #CleanRadiance
Momma Told Me: Dry as Winter.

Winter is almost here and it may seem like you can't quite win when it comes to the perfect beauty care routine- what works in the hot, dry weather of the Summer does not work in the cold, damp, or humid, months of the Winter. In fact, you may not realize it, but your hair is under attack from heat, and more likely to be dry-damaged during the Winter months, when it is cold and you are reliant on artificial heating. So I thought I would share a few of my own favorite tips for being 'Winter prepared,' when it comes to hair!
Winter Hair Care- The Goody® Clean Radiance™ paddle brush features copper bristles to naturally reduce buildup in hair over time. Also, try our Avocado, Honey, Cocout Hair Mask! (ad) #CleanRadiance
1. Cut out the bulk- Last month I shared with you the new Goody® Clean Radiance™ paddle brush, which features unique copper bristles that help maintain your scalp's natural moisture levels, while cutting down on gunk and buildup at the roots. The result? A more manageable, shinier, visibly beautiful head of hair. During the Winter months, especially your scalp can begun to flake, dry, and 'gunk up' from the constant change of extreme conditions- indoor to outdoor, hot to cold. Be sure to spend extra time massaging your scalp when shampooing, and brush twice daily with a quality wide paddle brush such as Goody® Clean Radiance™. I've been using my Clean Radiance™ brush for a month now and my scalp not only feels softer, but my air moves more naturally and is even easier to style!
2. Moisturize- While it may not seem intuitive, you hair is actually more likely to dry out and become damaged during the Winter months where temperatures are at their extremes. Deep condition your hair twice a week, leaving treatments in for a minimum of 30 minutes prior to rinsing. For a natural mask solution take a look at our Avocado, Honey, Coconut Hair Mask recipe, featured on our post from November.
The Goody® Clean Radiance™ paddle brush features copper bristles to naturally reduce buildup in hair over time. Also, try our Avocado, Honey, Cocout Hair Mask! (ad) #CleanRadiance
3. Humidify- Yea, I know, humidity often reminds us of frizz, one of the worst hair beauty faux pas, but the truth is artificial home environment heating equals dry air, and dry hair! Invest in a stylish, small space, personal humidifier to help control the micro-climate around you, while relaxing in your home. Your tresses with thank you!
Purse Hack: Store your hair elastics on a caribiner and clip it to your purse!
4. Contain- No woman wants to toss on a beanie or hood over their meticulously styles hair, but the simple truth is- elements do damage. Rain, snow, and sleet all wreak havoc on your scalp's natural moisture levels and contribute to build up of oils, clogged follicles, brittle hair, slow growth, and more. Keep your scalp, and locks, healthy and cover up your head when going out into extreme Winter elements. Help keep your style in place, and minimize frizz by tying a silk scarf over your hair before putting on any beanies or hats. Keep hair bands on hand at all times for any hair emergencies where the wind and storms might cause an unruly mess- I like to keep mine on a carbiner clipped in my purse!

Winter Hair Care Tips- The Goody® Clean Radiance™ paddle brush features copper bristles to naturally reduce buildup in hair over time. Also, try our Avocado, Honey, Cocout Hair Mask! (ad) #CleanRadiance
5. Time for a trim- If it's been more than 2 months since your last haircut, it's time to dial up the salon. Regular trims, year round, help maintain your hair's health, prevent split ends from spreading, and encourage healthy growth. In the Winter months we often find ourselves so preoccupied with holiday preparation and celebrations we skip our regular hair care- don't skip the trim, mark your calendar for your next haircut today!

While I don't have to head with snowstorms and extreme weather, I try to practice these good hair care tips during the Winter- We live very close to the beach and experience a lot of humidity, but inside our home it can get quite dry and warm. I encourage natural moisture levels with my Goody® Clean Radiance™ paddle brush and plenty of hydration! What are some of your Winter hair care challenges?

What Daughter Says: Don't be fooled by the weather outside- maintain your hair and scalp's natural moisture levels with simple care routines!


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6 comments:

  1. These are really great tips, and I may need to get that hair brush! A tip that I use on my hair, because it is always dry and worse in the winter is to take coconut oil and put it on as a conditioner and leave it in for 2 hours. Then I make sure I wash my hair and scalp thoroughly, sometimes twice to get all the oil. Afterwards, my hair feels thicker and amazing. I do this at least once a month, but in winter, maybe every other week.

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  2. Taking care of your hair is so important especially as you get older. We love Goody products because they are gentle & don't snag your hair.

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  3. I have really long hair so I always try to do my best to keep it looking good! You have very pretty hair!

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  4. Great tips, but I don't know if I could put avocado on my hair! I need to go in and get a trim before Christmas, it has been too long.

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  5. I live in CT and we have already hit the dry/cold season. Up next will be snow. Winter hair care is no joke, static, and dry hair are not fun. Thanks for the tips!

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  6. Keep your ends trimmed every few months. Nothing ruins a style like dry split frizzy ends.

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