Winter Hair SOS: Tips For Keeping Hair Healthy
Summer is well and truly over (sigh), so now begins the struggle to keep our hair looking good despite harsh central heating and freezing weather. Want some pointers? We’ve enlisted the help of the Blue Tit stylists to answer your winter hair dilemmas.
How do I stop my hair from drying out in winter?
“You need a good quality shampoo and conditioner. Try Davines Nourishing Shampoo (a miracle-worker on dry scalps), and Davines Nourishing Vegetarian Miracle Conditioner which is rich and creamy for dehydrated mid-lengths and ends.” Ash @ Blue Tit Dalston
How do I prevent hair static?
While your hair is wet, apply Davines Oi Oil from mid lengths to ends. Blowdry as normal, then apply a small amount of Davines Invisible Serum – this helps smooth down any static or excess frizz and gives a smooth shine to the hair.” Chris @ Blue Tit Crouch Hill
What are the best in-salon treatments to condition my hair?
“Olaplex is a great conditioning treatment for all hair types, it will transform anyone’s hair for the better! We also have some really good Davines treatments at Blue Tit; your stylist will pick one to cater to what your hair really needs” Angelica @ Blue Tit Brixton
How should I change my haircare routine for winter?
“Just like our skin, our hair needs a little extra care in the cold. I would add a rich mask to your routine once a week. Try the Nou Nou Mask for extra moisture, or the Minu Mask to keep colour vibrant and in good condition.” Illse @ Blue Tit East Village
How do I stop my hair looking dull and lifeless in winter?
“Try Davines Oi All In One Milk – this is one of my favourite products and it’s brilliant for all hair types. It will pack your hair with the moisture it needs and add body without weighing your hair down. This product really does have it it all!” Imogen @ Blue Tit Clapton
WIN A WINTER HAIR APPOINTMENT
Is your hair suffering in the cold? Simply tweet us your dilemma using #winterhairSOS for the chance to win a free appointment! Competition closes 30th November.