Use a sheet mask for extra moisture.
Moisturise day and night!
Don't forget sun cream.
Apply an antioxidant serum.
Hydrate the scalp with a hair mask.
Always carry a lip balm.
Winter. Not only does it mean colder weather, it plays havoc with your hairstyle!
Follow our five tips for avoiding hat hair this winter.
Make sure your hair is completely dry
It sounds obvious but if you put your hat on wet hair you’re going to create some funky looking new style when you take it off!
Choose your hat carefully
A coarse beanie will frizz up your hair more than a smoother one — which is why cashmere, silk, or angora are the best picks.
Make sure your beanie fits
The tighter the beanie, the worse the hat hair.
Reduce static by making sure your hair is nice and moisturised before throwing on a hat. Cutting back on heat tools helps with this, as does a good hair oil or moisturising cream.
Style your hair pre-hat
Try a low ponytail or loose plaits to minimise the dreaded hat hair.
Autumn hair care
With misty mornings and cooler temperatures, autumn brings a whole new set of challenges for hair care. Follow these three easy autumn hair care tips and you can make sure your hair looks and feels amazing this season!
During the summer we often use more styling products than usual to keep our dry, damaged hair in tip-top condition. But this can easily lead to a build up of products in the hair. Give your hair a fresh start for the new season by investing in a good clarifying shampoo. Something like Paul Mitchell’s Three Shampoo - and use it once a week. This will gently, but deeply cleanse your hair and scalp, removing all the build up that has accumulated, leaving your hair feeling clean and healthy but not stripped and dry.
Summer rays batter your hair, not to mention swimming pool chlorine. So autumn really is the time to get back on track with hydrating your hair. Once a week, use a deep conditioning treatment to restore its natural moisture. Remember to keep this up throughout the autumn and winter as central heating in the colder months also zaps the hair of moisture.
3. Fight the Frizz
Damp, drizzly, foggy days are enough to put anyone off autumn and that’s before you add the horror of frizzy hair into the mix. After well hydrated and moisturised hair, your next best weapon in fighting frizz is a set of good quality styling products, specially formulated for the job. Speak to your stylist at Pankhurst and Deane about the best products for your hair and style.
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