Besides being great fashion statements, these accessories double as cold-weather barriers that safeguard your scalp and hair against cold temperatures, rain and snow. Keep headgear fitting looser – it’s easier to revamp a hairstyle and better for scalp circulation. Add a satin lining or put a fabric sheet inside any hat to minimize hair static. Stick with silk or satin scarves, as nylon and wool tend to promote knots and static electricity with longer hair.

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Accessorise with Hats, Caps, Berets, Head Wraps and Scarves

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Besides being great fashion statements, these accessories double as cold-weather barriers that safeguard your scalp and hair against cold temperatures, rain and snow. Keep headgear fitting looser – it’s easier…

Be Mindful of your Styling

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Ditch the high-alcohol and chemical-laden gels, mousses and volumizers! High-alcohol and chemical-laden gels, mousses and volumizers are too drying and wreak havoc on your scalp. Instead use purposeful multitasking options…

Invest in a Humidifier

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This easy-to-use, inexpensive item is great for your office, kitchen and bedroom. Indoor heating substantially perpetuates the problem of dehydrated, lifeless, frizzy and unruly static-electricity-riddled hair. The moisture and replenishing…

Cut excessive Heat!

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If you must use a hairdryer switch to medium or low blow and use only the warm or cool settings. Curling tongs should be used less frequently and only on…