How To Solve Winter Hair Problems

Sitting by the fire with a steaming cup of cocoa and a warm wool blanket over your body - there's nothing like it in the winter. While you may think you're having the best time ever, your hair thinks otherwise. As winter approaches and the weather gets colder, your scalp and hair may suffer a bit.

Here are a number of hair problems we may face in winter, let's look at them one by one.


Static Hair

  1. What leads to hair static?

Static hair usually occurs in the winter because the air is not as high in moisture as it is in the summer, causing the air to be dry, which can cause your hair to absorb more of the charge. And The charge in your hair can cause the strands to repel each other like magnets, making the strands exceptionally unruly, possibly sticking to your skin or clothes, or even standing up!


  1. How to fix static hair?

Now that you know the causes of static hair, do you want to know how to fix them? Here are several ways that can help you


Use a metal comb

Using a metal comb is one of the best ways to minimize static hair. Plastic tends to contribute more to static electricity than metal, so if you want to reduce static electricity then you need to use a metal hairbrush and comb instead of a plastic hairbrush and comb when combing your hair.


Use microfiber towels to dry your hair

In winter, we often choose to blow dry our hair because it's too cold, but this can leave our hair lacking moisture and creating static electricity. Therefore, if you want to avoid static electricity, you can choose to dry your hair with a microfiber towel because microfiber towels have smaller loops between the fibers that will reduce the pulling and tangling of your hair, resulting in smoother hair as well as less static electricity.

Use an ionic hair dryer
If you're in a situation where you can't stand the cold and don't want to towel dry your hair, you can use a negative ion blow dryer, which blows out negatively charged ions that work with the positively charged water molecules in your hair to reduce static.

tangled hair

  1. What is the cause of hair tangles?

There are often many reasons for tangles, not washing or brushing the hair properly, etc. In winter, our hair is more prone to tangles. This is because winter weather can be particularly dry, which can cause hair to lose moisture and become extra dry, causing the hair cuticle to open up and create tangles. And the classic production, which can cause the hair to get tangled together, resulting in knots


  1. How to solve hair tangles?

Would you like to learn how to fix tangled hair? Now we will give you some methods.


Comb your hair several times a day

Regular brushing throughout the day is an easy way to avoid tangles. Hair gets tangled in winter due to static electricity, dryness, etc. If you want to avoid this, it is recommended to keep a small comb (preferably a wide-toothed one) in your bag and brush your hair several times throughout the day. You'd better choose a wide-tooth comb.


We all know that winter tangles are mostly caused by dry hair, which tends to be especially annoying. If you want to avoid tangles, then you can use serums to keep your hair looking good throughout the day. And add a hair mask to your routine to give your hair extra nourishment. If your hair is already tangled, you can also use a safe and gentle detangling spray to help detangle your hair.


tie up or braid the hair

If you experience hair tangles in the winter, it's likely that your loose hair is rubbing against your scarf and clothing. So, to avoid this, you can braid your hair at the nape, or tie it into a high ponytail or messy bun.

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