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Winter Hair: 7 Tips to Beat the Winter Hair Blues | Put Your Self First | Babble

Beauty Beating Winter Hair_babbleJust the other day, I told my husband that I was going to hurt someone if I heard another doomsday prediction about this impending winter. Apparently this year is supposed to rank among “the worst ever” in the weather department.

You know who doesn’t want to hear that? THIS GIRL.

And yet, here I am in the Midwest, watching the temperatures plummet. In less than 24 hours, we are going to drop about 60 degrees. Today? Almost 70. Now we’re heading towards what is predicted to be ice, sleet, and inches of snow. Oh … and 8 degrees.

I’m not going to cry about it. (If I say it out loud to myself enough times, it might eventually be true.)

The good news is, I feel somewhat prepared — at least when it comes to taking care of my skin and hair as I face these wretched temperatures. A few days ago, I shared 6 Simple Tips for Winter-Proofing Your Skin (who knew the middle of the country was going to desperately need this information even before Christmas?), but now, I want to tackle something else — your hair.

My hair needs a lot of love all year long, but most especially when the air is dry and cold and I find myself constantly fighting static. So, here you go:

7 Tips to Beat the Winter Hair Blues

Are any of these tips ones you have tried before? And is there anything you would like to add?  I’d love to know. I’m certainly going to have time inside to experiment!

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