‘Tis the Season: Winter HAIRCARE MUST-HAVES!
OH, HEY WINTER! Fancy meeting you here in New England! While our lives would be simpler if we could sport hats like this everyday…
…much like everyone else, our reality calls for a slightly more formal look. Unfortunately, winter can leave our hair dry, our scalps itchy and our souls longing for the carefree hair of Summer. Grab these must-have winter hair products before the (dry scalp) flakes start falling!
1. THE PERECT BLOWDRYER!
Now that it’s time to bust out the blowdryers, be sure to get yourself a good one. Babybliss is a brand I have trusted for years and one I always recommend to my clients. It’s lightweight, yet powerful. Use the nozzle to direct airflow and smooth down the cuticle to give you smooth and shiny hair!
2. A BLOWDRYER’S BEST FRIEND: THE ROUND BRUSH!
Pair your blowdryer with a fabulous round brush to give your hair body and a smooth finish. After all your hair is only as good as your tools! You can’t go wrong with GOLD! This Olivia Garden brush will compliment your new blowdryer perfectly!
3. THERMAL HEAT PROTECTANT
This ultra-light mist is a must have! It speeds up blowdrying time, is a thermal heat protectant and contains argon oil to help smooth and soften even the wildest of manes! Spray into wet hair from mid to ends, blow-dry and style.
4. FINISHING SPRAY
R+Co Foil finishing spray knows what’s up, or rather, what to keep down! It’s a frizz fighting, static cling crushing, flyaway fighter of a hair finisher. Spray into hair after styling to “foil” all of hair’s worst enemies!
5. THE SHOWER CAP
Since you’ll be spending more time blow-drying and styling your hair, why not make it last by joining the “Shower Cap Club” TM. Get yourself a fancy shower bonnet that leaves you feeling sassy in the shower and eliminates steam and moisture from ruining your perfectly quaffed hair!
Most importantly (and edited to add): A GREAT HAIR STYLIST!
Nothing combats the winter blues better than a fresh cut & color! Looking for a new hairstylist in the greater Boston area? E-mail inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org