Winter Hair Care


Winter Hair Care

Winter can cause havoc with your hair. So I thought it would be a good idea to put together some really helpful tips for winter hair care which you can follow with the minimum of fuss.


This can be super annoying in winter. All that putting on and taking off of layers can give it a real stand up look. Some simple changes to your routine can really help. Using a designed to combat static can really help. There’s also some pretty good anti-static hair products out there too.

Dry hair

If you are suffering with dry, dull hair. Why not put some honey on it. Cover it with a towel and leave it for around 30 mins? The honey helps bring back the shine and can lock in the oils your hair needs to stop it from drying out. Also never leave the house with wet hair. This will also dry it out. You should also reduce the amount of times a week you wash your hair. Two or three times a week if you can get away with it will be enough. That way you aren’t over washing and drying it out by keep washing away the good oils.

Thinning hair

It has been rumoured that thinning hair can be prevented by massaging your scalp and hair with olive oil. If you are looking for a more permanent solution you could consider advanced tricho pigmentation which can really help to create the illusion of thicker hair.

Cover Up

One of the easiest and quickest winter hair care tips is to wear a hat. This will protect your hair from the elements like wind and rain. I find that wearing a hair gives me a bad fringe and makes my hair greasy quicker, so maybe not a solution you can implement if you want to have the best looking hair immediately after wearing that hat!

Winter Hair Care


The best piece of advice I can give to you is to condition your hair regularly. This will help protect your hair from the elements and also will help stop your hair drying out and then the inevitable frizz. Conditioner works even better if you leave it on for a few minutes and then rinse it out with cold water.

I hope my winter hair care tips have helped. I wish you a happy, healthy, hair-raising winter.

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19 thoughts on “Winter Hair Care

    • Sally Sally says:

      Ooh, rush to the shops and get yourself some conditioner! It’s way too cold for hair at the moment.

  1. Really useful list! I think wearing a hat and using loads of conditioner are the key points for my hair! Haha thanks so much for sharing these helpful tips loving your blog! thanks for sharing with #stayclassymama

  2. Fab tips on winter hair care and I completely second getting that hat on during windy spells. Also, plaiting away long hair is a lifesaver in this weather. Thanks so much for sharing with the #DreamTeam.

    • Sally Sally says:

      I only wash mine 2 – 3 times a week and it looks relatively healthy most of time, especially as I both dye it and use straighteners. The ends are always a bit dry though.

  3. Avatar Carolina Twin Mom / Mary Peterson says:

    Love the honey idea! This time of year with the heat running constantly in the house, my hair takes a beating. Honey is way cheaper than a lot of other moisturizing treatments. Can’t wait to try it!

    • Sally Sally says:

      It is, isn’t it? I think there’s a few reasonably priced food items that are good for your hair. Winter is so tough on it.

  4. My roots look oily and my tips are dry.. I’m always trying to figure out how to maintain healthy hair. These are great tips! Love the honey idea! #anythinggoes

  5. I have extremly dry hair, probably due to hair colors I’ve been using..So, I’ll try with honey:) I have long hair and really don’t want to cut them, so I hope it helps! 3AnythingGoes

    • Sally Sally says:

      Mine can be like that too. I have long hair that I highlight and use straighteners on, so it can dry out. I find a regular intensive conditioner can help too.

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