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Do Different Weather Conditions Affect Hair Condition?


If you are a woman who pays attention to the details of life, you must know that cold weather usually makes our 613 bundles dry and prone to breakage; hot weather makes our hair greasy. How do effectively deal with these changes to get clean, fresh, silky, and strong hair?

When it's cold and dry
When the air is dry, it absorbs moisture from any possible source -- including your skin and hair.
That's why we get cracked knuckles and dry the 4x4 closure wig during the colder months.
The best dry HD lace frontal products to restore and strengthen dehydrated hair: first sulfate-free shampoos, then conditioners.
From there, you'll want to add a weekly deep conditioner, heat setting protectant, and possibly leave-in conditioner or oil.

When it's warm and wet
When it's humid, you feel the moisture in the air, so it's your hair's turn to absorb the excess moisture, which is the opposite of the problem you have in the cold, dry months.
(This is especially a problem if your hair is very porous, whether naturally or due to chemical treatment or frequent heat styling.
When hair absorbs moisture from moist air, everything starts to swell, leading to the headaches and jitters we all know about. Worse, moist air may also increase moisture on the scalp and create a breeding ground for bacteria.
First, you should consider shorter shampoo intervals.
"Humidity and heat can cause a lot of wear and tear on your hair," Says Cassas.
"I usually recommend shampooing every day or two because our hair is more sweaty and greasy than usual."
To combat unnecessary frizziness, choose products with ingredients that smooth and close the cuticle, the hair's outermost protective layer.
Doing so will make it harder for your hair to absorb the extra moisture, preventing uncontrolled frizz.
Some of the most effective hair enhancers include collagen, cloves, and hyaluronic acid, which work together to repair damaged and weakened hair and prevent excess moisture from entering.
To minimize the inflammatory effects of bacteria on the scalp, always use a shampoo formulated specifically for deep cleansing of the scalp.

When the weather is particularly clear
Just as your skin needs protection from harmful UV rays (all year round), so does your hair need protection from sun damage.
Many of us think of our hair as a barrier to our scalp, and while that's true, you also have to protect the hair itself from direct UV light.
First, wear a hat whenever possible, especially during the time of day when the sun is most direct (between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.).
While it's unrealistic to tell you not to go outside during the brightest time of day, be aware that this is also the time when you need to step up your sun protection strategy.
Oil can also be a great moisturizer on days when you spend a lot of time in the sun.
Most of the time when we're in the sun, our hair isn't set, so even if the oil pushes your hair down slightly, it will act as a sunscreen for your fine strands.
When we design formulations for clients in sunny climates, we typically infuse them with wheat and soy amino acids and arginine to minimize the drying effects of heat;
Coconut oil and Kalania oil provide an additional protective (and moisturizing) layer, oat lipids and sunflower seed extract protect your hair color and minimize oxidation and discoloration.
One behavior to track on a sunny day is the amount of time your hair is exposed to saline or chlorine.
Chlorine and salt water can also dry out hair--Be sure to use conditioner regularly and use a leave-in spray afterward.
Don't tie your hair back when it's wet, either, or your ponytail will break.

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