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Hair products: The 10 best winter fixes

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Hair products: The 10 best winter fixes

10 best fixes for winter hair: Shampoo and conditioner

Winter blues: Dry hair.   Why not try: A hydrating shampoo and conditioning duo. Canadian winters are typically cold and dry, stripping your hair of moisture quicker than you can say “It’s how cold with the wind-chill?” Look for a hair-care duo specifically formulated to target dry, colour-treated or damaged hair, like this one from Marc Anthony.   Marc Anthony Oil of Morocco Argan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner ($9.99 each), at drugstores and mass-market retailers.   The 6 best winter hair care tips

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of Marc Anthony

Hair products: The 10 best winter fixes

10 best fixes for winter hair: Dry shampoo

Winter hair blues: Dry hair.   Why not try: A dry shampoo. Think about it: when you wash your hair every day you strip it of beneficial, natural oils. Give your hair some time to recoup and touch up with a dry shampoo instead, like this powder-based product from Principessa.   Principessa Beauty Bianco Breeze Dry Shampoo ($24), at Murale, murale.ca.   Hair products: The best dry shampoos

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of Principessa Beauty

Hair products: The 10 best winter fixes

10 best fixes for winter hair: Leave-in conditioner

Winter hair blues: Damaged hair.   Why not try: A leave-in conditioner. Between the bitter cold outside and the artificial heat inside, your hair is in a constant state of emergency. Leave-in conditioners, like this one from Bumble and bumble, are concentrated with vitamins and extracts for daily protection.   Bumble and bumble Quenching Complex ($48), Sephora, sephora.com.   Hair care: The best leave-in treatments

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of Bumble and bumble

Hair products: The 10 best winter fixes

10 best fixes for winter hair: Deep conditioning treatment

Winter hair blues: Damaged hair. Why not try: A deep conditioning mask or treatment. When the temperature plummets, hair hydration levels do too. An intense deep conditioning treatment, like this nutrient-rich mask from LUSH, is a great way to replenish and rejuvenate your parched strands. LUSH H’Suan Wen Hua Hair Moisturizer ($20.95), at LUSH, lush.ca.   Luscious locks: Winter hair care tips

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of LUSH

Hair products: The 10 best winter fixes

10 best fixes for winter hair: Hair serum

Winter hair blues: Flyaway, static hair.   Why not try: A hair serum. Nobody wants to look like they were part of a science experiment gone wrong. Beat the cling with a concentrated finishing product, like this one from Oiudad, to tame and gloss up your unruly strands.   Ouidad Shine Glaze Serum ($23), at Sephora, sephora.com.   Frizzy hair mistakes (and how to fix them)

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of Ouidad

Hair products: The 10 best winter fixes

10 best fixes for winter hair: Texturizing spray

Winter hair blues: Flat hat hair.   Why not try: A texturizing spray. Use a hair-boosting product like this one from Oribe if you want to look runway ready the next time you pull off your favourite toque.   Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray ($47), at beautymark.ca.   The best hair texture products

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of Oribe

Hair products: The 10 best winter fixes

10 best fixes for winter hair: Heat protecting spray

Winter hair blues: Heat-styling addict.   Why not try: A heat protecting spray. It’s tough to par back your heat styling routine during the winter, we know. But winter-ravaged tresses are super dry already without the added element of styling tools. If you can’t cut back, make sure you use a thermal protecting spray to lock in any moisture and prevent further breakage.   John Frieda Style Revival Heat-Activated Styling Spray ($14.99), at drugstores and mass-market retailers.   Simplify your hair routine

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of John Frieda

Hair products: The 10 best winter fixes

10 best fixes for winter hair: Scalp treatment

Winter hair blues: Scalp trouble.   Why not try: A scalp treatment. Nothing is more important than a happy, healthy scalp. If you are dealing with dryness, look for products specially formulated to engerize and treat your scalp, like this one form Aveda.   Aveda Invati Scalp Revitalizer ($69), at Aveda salons, spas and stores, aveda.com.   Healthy hair: The best vitamins and antioxidants

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of Aveda

Hair products: The 10 best winter fixes

10 best fixes for winter hair: Sun protection spray

Winter hair blues: Sun exposure.   Why not try: A sun protection spray. The sun is just as powerful in the winter months than in the summer, so you want to make sure your hair and skin are protected from harmful UVA/UVB when you’re out on the slopes. A light spray like this one from Sebastian Professional is a great option to mist on your hair as you walk out the chalet door.   Sebastian Professional Halo Mist UV Filter Weightless Shine Spray ($18.95), at select professional salons.   Healthy hair 101: Expert tips and soothing hair products

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of Sebastian Professional

Hair products: The 10 best winter fixes

10 best fixes for winter hair: Repairing lotion

Winter hair blues: Split ends.   Why not try: A repairing lotion. The best fix for hair that’s stuck in splitsville is a regular visit to your hairdresser. But if you can’t make it for a trim every five-six weeks, a product like this one from Carol’s Daughter is a great alternative.   Carol’s Daughter Monoi Repairing Split End Sealer ($25), at Sephora, sephora.com.   How to fix split ends: Expert hair tips

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of Carol's Daughter
 
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