Wickerwork: Long Hair & Care during winter
Time for the monthly wickerwork post ! This time it’s about winter hair care. Heating air, scarves, rough hats Sweaters and cold are not a dream scenario when it comes to healthy long hair. Here are my tips so that you and your mane comes through the winter well!
1. Extra Care
The first point is perhaps the most important – most hair just needs a little more care than usual so they do not stick out electrically and are dehydrated by the heating air. Just take a rich Kondi and try it with CWC – that means first wet hair, then Kondi in the lengths, shampoo on the scalp – rinse and again Kondi in the hair. That’s a big difference! If your hair does not need so much care then try a prewash hair cure with Kondi and some coconut oil – leave to soak for 50/50 and 10 minutes and only rinse with shampoo. My tip is the Jason Kondi I introduced you last week.
2. Frizz and heating air
Are your hat, sweater and jacket taken off already one’s hair on the mountain oO Not the look we so aspire 🙂 Simply wet the palms, some oil dripping on it (about 2-3 drops we do not want the same electric shock to the fryer go over) and stroking over the hair. If you are in the university or anywhere else where you can not even unpack the bottle of oil, you can also take some hair butter – pretend to cream your hands and stroke it over the hair: D. Never noticed jmd. Especially good is the Alverde hair butter . From time to time there are also special editions with other scents, the classic smells very nice of vanilla.
3. Protect hair from the cold
When it gets cold, it’s best to protect your hair under a cap. So now I know that we all have a lot of hair and are on the way there and these are up to 60% of the time. And a cap and bun – that’s just difficult. Unless you take one that is on top – like my pompom on the picture at the top 🙂 The color is not necessarily good for me and makes me pretty pale, but it consists of 100% pure new wool. Acrylic mixtures often cause the hair to be electrified – so it is better to use wool products. The Ultimate Solution, however, is a calorimetry 🙂 This is a kind of headband that keeps you warm, but leaves the bun free. At the top of the picture you can see my petrol colors that I crocheted. Do you have two left hands or just no time then you can buy some here too .
I hope it is not necessary that you never never before with wet hair at the door! They can then freeze and it is clear that your hair does not find it great and the scalp layer completely warm when warming up. Incidentally, I do not even beautify my hair in winter – that means you have to plan the hair wash well and time it towards evening.
Here you can find the post of the other girls, I’m curious what they do differently in the winter! Our next post will be on 15 December and it’s about glitter and mica 🙂
Heike Nessa Lenja Bobby Buzzella
By the way, you can see how cold it is here in Canada down on the snow! Best regards from North Bay, Zoey Hello Lovelies!
It’s time for the monthly Wickerwork Post ! Hair care during the winter is a little different – heating, scarfs, bulky hats & beanies as well as the cold tend to be a little rough on the hair. Not exactly ideal conditions for having super long hair. Here my tips that will bring you through the cold but cozy season!
Extra Care Most hair types wants extra care during the winter. Deep moisturizing products. It is dried out and heated. Try a richer conditioner and give the CWC method a try. First wet all your hair, then apply conditioner from the tips up to your ears. Shampoo and soap your scalp while the conditioner is still protecting your lengths. Then rinse out at the same time. Follow with another round of conditioner. You will notice a big difference because of your lengths are protected! If your hair needs less try try Prewash Treatment . Use your favorite conditioner and the same amount of coconut oil. Apply on dry hair and let the mix sit for about half an hour. Rinse out and follow your usual routine. My favorite Condi at the moment is Jason’s Body Enhancing Conditioner.
2. Frizz and dry heating
As soon as you put your beanie, scarf and coat your hair does not want to cooperate but just get out of too much friction and cause a flattering frizz halo. Not exactly the look we are striving for. OO But wait there is help! Just wet your palms and apply 2-3 drops of your favorite oil and then subtly apply the mix onto the top of your hair. If you are in college or at university and you can not Necessarily pull out a little oil bottle without being arked as the weirdo of the month try a good body or hair butter! Act as if you are putting cream on your hand and then run through your hair. Nobody wants notice and your hair wants to be forever grateful ^^ My favorite is the Alverde Body Butter. Try an organic one to avoid a silicone layer. The Body Shop has a nice one as well as my friend is very fond of.