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5 Ways To Protect Your Curls In The Cold

5 Ways To Protect Your Curls In The Cold

Winter can be tough on hair, especially for the naturalistas among us. We know you always want to make sure your natural hair is strong and healthy so you can flaunt it with pride! Winter comes with extra dangers for curls. Exposed to the elements, crippled by cold, it is not ideal and your hair can show it.

Here at Grass-fields, we know how important it is to make sure your hair remains at its best whatever the season. Let us show you five ways to protect those natural curls in the cold of winter.

Moisturise it with oils

You don't want your hair to dry out due to the harsh cold winds. Oil is a good way to make sure it stays nice and has the moisture locked in. You could use oil-based hair moisturisers or go the whole way, and just use olive oil. This wonder oil is not just for food, it could give you just the hair fix you need. Here's a tip: do it just before you shampoo your hair - it acts as a kind of conditioner too!

Styling is your saviour

Unfortunately, you can't wear your hair out all the time during winter, it just won't be protected from the elements! But that doesn't mean you can't make it look incredible while keeping it safe. Why not try some braids or bantu knots? Let KellieSweet show you how to make bantu knots.

Headwraps are a yes

Okay, so downside, you won't be able to flaunt your new protective styles. But on the plus side your hair is protected and you can find some fashionable ways to keep it covered. You could try a nice woolcap to keep your hair from the cold, or an African print headwrap to really let your head shine! Let us show you five effortless ways to tie a headwrap.

Think about food

We all know how important it is to make sure your hair gets the right nutrients it can. During winter it is especially important to keep it fed and nurtured. Dark green vegetables contain plenty of nutrients such as Vitamins A and C, which produce sebum to keep your hair moisturised naturally.

Water, water, water

Last but not least, is the humble H2O. This may not come as a surprise to you, but ddrinking plenty of water can make sure your hair stays strong and hydrated. Sometimes simplicity is the best remedy.

So there you have it! Five foolproof ways to keep your curls safe from the cold.

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