the weather begins to change, your hair can become very dry, frizzy and
full of static. There are always those somewhat sketchy at-home
remedies you can mix up (egg and mayo--what?), but rather than make a
mess of your bathroom, try these cinchy tress treatments.
Smooth it out
To keep your hair full of moisture all day, apply a leave-in conditioner
to the ends of your hair to prevent split ends and give your locks the
perf amount of shine.
Aloe, miracle worker
It can be used for more than just
sunburns. Once a week, or when needed, apply aloe to the roots of your
hair before your shower and let sit for 10 minutes. Then, shampoo and
condition as normal and feel the hydration!
When possible, skip shampoo a day or two for your hair to replenish its natural
oils. When you’re constantly lathering your locks, your hair’s oils
don’t have time to recharge and moisturize your hair. If a wash is
needed, substitute dry shampoo for a shower or rinse hair with water
Prevent hair from standing on end due by
running a dryer sheet gently over your hair or brush bristles. The
chemicals on the sheets are made to prevent clothing static and perform
the same wonders on your head.
Skip the heat
A few days a week, nix the hair dryer, straightener and curling iron and
go natural. All that extra heat can seriously damage your locks if used
too often and can dry ‘em out even after you replenish with moisture.
BY ANA D’AMBROGI ON 10/24/2011 10:00:00 AM
POSTED IN hair problems, beauty, hair, tips, fall, saver