While winter may be a beautiful season (though some Snow Birds would disagree), it’s definitely not a recipe for beautiful hair. We’re providing some tips that can help you keep your healthy during these freezing months!

Lay off the heat
Heat is damaging to your hair, so try to stay away from it during the winter (when most places already have the heat cranking). Instead of curling or straightening your hair, work with your natural texture and try some new styles. You’ll have less breakage, and your hair will be significantly healthier because of this simple switch. If you do use heat, make sure to use heat protection and leave-in conditioner to prevent any breakage.

Treat yourself
At Tarro, we have a variety of treatments that specifically help with dry, damaged or frizzy hair. Winter is the perfect time to go the extra mile to take care of your hair. Services like Kerastase Mask and Deep Conditioner, Rene Furterer Scalp Treatment, and Keratin Botox will help promote naturally luscious hair. Make your appointment today!

Go darker
Winter is a great time to opt for a darker color, especially if you regularly dye your hair blonde. Bleach is very damaging and combining that with dry winters will make for less than picture perfect hair. If you’ve always wanted to switch up your hair color or try something new, winter is the time to do it!

Sleep on a silk or satin pillowcase
This is good for your hair regardless of the season! Changing your pillowcase to a silk or satin option will result in less breakage and fewer split ends. Cotton pillowcases make your hair staticy and can cause knots. You can also insert silk scarves inside of wool or cotton hats to help prevent dreaded hat hair.

Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate
Start utilizing hair oils or oil-based moisturizers in your hair routine. It’s important to keep your hair hydrated because of the dry weather. We have a selection of products from great brands like Oribe, Kerastase, and Rene Furterer. At your next appointment, ask your stylist what they recommend to fix your dry hair.