How should brides and grooms take care of their hair in winters?
Winter is coming! And so are its consequences… dry skin, hair fall and so on. With all that, if you are getting married in winters, you need to take extra care of yourself! Plus, it becomes a little difficult to handle hair fall and dried scalp in this weather. Therefore to make your hair look flawless on your wedding day you have to pamper them with the best products as well as treatment.
We penned down some useful tips for both brides and grooms to achieve ‘hair goals’ for their D-Day!
In winters your scalp tends to get all dried up and trust us there is no better way than hot oil massage to get rid of it. You can use a single oil like olive, coconut or almond oil or for better results you can mix em up and heat them a bit before applying it. You can also add castor, mustard or avocado oil to it.
Hair Spas to the rescue
If you have really damaged hair then you should definitely go for hair spas that will surely bring life to your hair. It will not only repair your but all add shine to it. Just pamper your hair with this or other similar treatments before your D-day!
Don’t forget the conditioning
Your hair needs to be moisturized in the winters so, always apply conditioner after washing your hair. It is advised to use silicone-free and paraben-free conditioner for better results. Also, wash your hair only twice a week to avoid drying out of your hair.
Pro tip: Use a leave-in conditioner for the best results.
Say no to heated styling
Heated styling is very damaging for the hair. We know, it’s a really difficult thing to resist yourself from it but you have to avoid it to save your from getting damaged before the wedding.
Let your hair dry naturally
Always dry your hair completely before stepping out and hair dryers are a strict No-No! Let your hair dry naturally in the due course of time. Plus, don’t ever brush your hair when they are wet to avoid breakage.
We guess you will be able to flaunt your healthy flawless hair with these tips…
Also, read #BridalGuides: Some Important Things To Avoid A Week Before Your Wedding!