Dry, static-y hair getting the best of you in the winter months? I’m right there with ya! We often think of the winter months wreaking havoc on our skin, but it usually affects our hair, as well.
I’m sharing with you my favourite products for the winter months to keep your hair shiny, healthy, and moisturized all season long!
Redken Frizz Dismiss Shampoo
As a girl with curly, frizzy hair (you wouldn’t know it because I hide it well LOL) the best defense is a good shampoo. The Frizz Dismiss is a heavier shampoo, so it’s best suited for thicker and curlier hair and needs to be rinsed out well, but it is amazing at keeping my hair sleek and hydrated during the winter months. I love that because it’s combating frizz, it also helps avoid the static that can happen in the winter months. Definitely my go-to for the last 6 months and a must have for the winter!
Redken All Soft Conditioner
This conditioner is perfect for people with dry hair. It’s so lightweight in the hair and doesn’t make your hair greasy at all! If you need some extra moisture in your hair, the All Soft Mega Shampoo is even better! Conditioner in the winter is KEY.
Redken Play Safe 3-in-1 Leave-in Treatment
This is a new favourite of mine but I don’t see it leaving my hair care routine anytime soon. This leave-in treatment protects the hair from up to 450 degrees of heat styling, it also strengthens the hair thanks to the protein in the product, AND (I know, this product has it all covered) it reduces the appears of split ends (nothing makes your split ends disappear other than a good hair cut) while minimizing any future heat damage. You’re most likely blow drying your hair more in the winter since no one wants to go outside with wet hair in -1000… so a good leave in treatment will help immensely. Access heat can dry out your hair so you want to make sure it’s protected!
Redken 01 Anti- Frizz Polishing Milk
To finish off your style and ensure your hair look fresh and hydrated, use a polishing milk which will smooth your style out and add some extra shine and hydration to your hair. Start at your ends and work the products up towards your roots. There should be almost nothing left on your hands by the time you get to your roots. Less products at your roots will mean you can go longer between washing and styling it (no one wants to be washing their hair everyday) and it will avoid your roots from looking greasy.