Your haircare routine should change with the seasons just like your wardrobe and beauty routine. Hair expert Dee Dagher answers your winter hair care questions.
Issue: Frizzy Hair
Our viewer writes: "I have the worst frizzy hair in the country! I was born with naturally curly hair... with dying and damaging my hair (from straightening), it is so unmanagable and takes me forever to style. Please help me tame my hair!"
Use: Coconut Oil
Section your hair and use a wide tooth comb to apply the coconut oil. Be sure to saturate each strand of hair. Seal your treatment in with a towel overnight, once a week, and shampoo out in the morning. You'll wake up to smooth and shiny hair in no time. Coconut oil is super hydrating, completely natural and is actually 90 per cent saturated fat.
Use: Hydrating Shampoo
Follow up your coconut oil treatment mask with a hydrating shampoo. The Shu Uemura Moisture Velvet Nourishing Shampoo contains camellia oil, which was used by geishas in Japan to enhance their smooth and shiny hair.
Issue: Limp Hat Hair
Our viewer writes: I'm tired of this weather and my terrible hat hair. I'm always bundled up and when I take my scarf and hat off, my hair looks so limp and sad. How can I keep my hair looking fresh and voluminous?
Use: Velcro Rollers
Before you put your hat on. Set your hair with velcro rollers in the morning for 10 minutes to maintain long lasting volume through the day.
Use: Travel Size Hairspray
Always stash a bottle of travel size hairspray in your bag. Once you get to your destination and your hat comes off, flip your hair and spritz some hairspray. This will re-active your hairstyle and the volume you had in the morning. Product: Tresemme Tres Two Travel Size Hairspray
Issue: Dry Scalp
Our viewer writes: "I've got dry skin and can solve that with moisturizer. What can I do about my dry scalp in the winter? I'm a busy mom and would appreciate a quick and easy solution."
Use: Balancing Shampoo
L'Oreal Sensi Balance Shampoo has tea tree oil which nourishes and moisturizes the scalp. Tea tree oil has been used for centuries as an antiseptic and nourishing moisturizer.
Olive Oil Scalp Treatment
Massage olive oil into the scalp for 30 minutes once a week. Take this opportunity to give yourself a relaxing scalp massage. Focus on the temples and the back of the skull for some stress relief.