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3 easy winter hair savers

After a few months of chilly temps and being smothered in hats, winter hair is at an all-time high. Keep your locks lookin’ cute under that fedora by following our three cinchy tips for busting frizz and updating that do. Your strands will be smooth and bouncy in no time flat.

Get your spring snip now
Why wait a few more weeks to lop of dry locks and split ends? Hot foot it to the salon and update your ‘do. Currently we heart chin-length strands with a bit of curl or wave.

Upgrade your shampoo
If you haven’t switched over to a super-moisturizing shampoo, start NOW. We’re all about Carol’s Daughter’s—they’re loaded with nutrients and smell yummy.
Black Vanilla Hair Shampoo, $13, carolsdaughter.com

Learn to love leave-in conditioner
If your hair is crazy dry, start combing in a bit of leave-in conditioner to detangle and moisturize your mane after you get outta the shower. Remember: Avoid  your heat tools during the icy months and you can shampoo every other day to avoid ripping strands of presh hydration.

BY CLARE WISE ON 1/20/2011 2:35:00 PM

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