Temperatures drop and your head is freezing, the rain is pouring and you are thinking of protecting your head from the cold or your hairstyle from the rain. The thoughts of the fabric of the hood or scarf may never cross your mind.
Protecting your tresses from hoods, hoodies , and scarves are necessary. Cotton materials extracts moisture from the hair. The lining of the hoods may cause friction damage and breakage. Four ways to protect your tresses, while wearing your favorite fuzzy hoods, hoodies, or scarves are:
- Make sure your hair is coated with a light oil to act as a barrier of protection
- Wear a silk scarf instead of cotton
- Use a leave-in conditioner to add moisture to your tresses
- Try wearing a knitted Beanie, the material is not as harsh as cotton.
You may actually prep your tresses the night before, to allow the product to penetrate your strands for the weather of the next day.
Photo: Property of Treating Tresses
Tress nourishment is the first step to healthy tresses. Healthy food choices are the foundation to maintaining vibrant, strengthened tresses. Everything we consume impacts our tresses and health. Eating a variety of fruits and vegetables allow you to receive the proper amounts of vitamins and nutrients without taking unnecessary daily supplements. Some of the benefits from eating for your tresses are :
- Less vitamin deficiencies
- Shiny tress
- Healthy scalp
- Moisture in tresses
- Growth promotion
- Overall health for the body
Nutritional hair care is the most effective form of hair care. When the hair is deprived from the vitamins and nutrients it needs; the strands will become thristy, dry, brittle or limp. Breakage or hair loss usually occurs when the hair is lacking the very thing it needs to survive. Try adding more fruits and veggies to your diet to start a healthy eating plan for your hair as well as your body.Understanding the root of hair care will be the best strategy to a life long journey of effective hair results.