Wednesday, March 5, 2014

HowTo Moisturize Hair

If cold weather isn't harsh enough on our skin, I find that my hair can also take a real beating in the freezing temperatures. For some reason, I am prone to super-static-y hair, which drives me absolutely crazy. To combat this dryness, I use a hair oil once a week and leave it in overnight as a hydrating treatment. 
Apply a few pumps of oil into your hair, focusing on the ends, but coating from root to tip. Comb through to ensure an even application, then twist up in a clip. Wash out the oil in the morning.
I've been using the Matrix Biolage Exquisite Oil and really enjoy its light, moringa flower fragrance. If you have longer, thicker hair, I would recommend using a heavier oil, such as coconut oil. Make sure to only apply about a quarter sized amount of product to eliminate leaving an oily residue on your pillows. Your hair should be thirsty enough to absorb it all! If your hair is feeling dry and static-y though out the day, apply just a small amount (1-2 pumps) of oil to the ends for weightless shine and moisture.

Keep those locks shiny, healthy and happy!

Madeline
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