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Updated by Simonpaulhair on Oct 26, 2015
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Must See Tips for Winter-Ready Hair

Autumn and winter weather spells many problems for our hair. The colder, damper and windier conditions of these seasons strip hair of its essential moisture and transform our locks into dull, dry and frizzy strands. Never fear though, as these simple hair care tips will keep your hair healthy and in top condition right through to spring.

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Moisturising is Key

Moisturising is Key

Moisturising is the best way to beat brittle damaged hair which arises more easily in the colder climate. Invest in deep conditioning treatments or leave in conditioners that will improve split-ends and keep your hair soft and smooth. For a glossy feel, hot oil treatments, or using oils such as coconut oil, are extremely good for nourishing and repairing damaged, weather worn locks.

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Clarify

Clarifying treatments are best done professionally at a salon, although there are some clarifying shampoos if you’d prefer to do this at home. Clarifying is a great way to cleanse and strip away all the built-up products in your hair. Over time the heat protection sprays, mousses or other styling products, cling to the strands of hair and aggravate them. Clarification will allow your hair to better absorb those great moisturising products instead.

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Invest in Anti-Frizz Products

We all know the feeling when our newly made up hair is ruined as soon as we step out into the blustering winds and rain. Plus, moving between the warmth and colder temperatures also frizzes the hair. It’s at this time that anti-frizz products will really help to tame your hair and prevent fly-aways; opt for serums that will smooth down the hair and add shine.

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Set Your Healthy Diet

Just like your skin, it’s true that your hair reflects your inside health. Maintaining a healthy balanced diet, packed with vitamins and omega 3 oils, will enrich and strengthen the hair prone to dryness in the winter months.

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Shape Up Your Styling Routine

Shape Up Your Styling Routine

The colder weather is a great excuse to ditch the heated styling products which will create dryness and frizz, and switch to a stylish hat and scarf to protect your hair!

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Choose Professional Care

Choose Professional Care

The best way to get rid of split ends and repair hair damaged in these months is by getting it trimmed every 6-8 weeks. If your hair is in need of some TLC then the team of stylists at Simon Paul Hair would be happy to help. Simply call the salon on 01564 771 110 to book an appointment.