11 Easy Ways To Take Care Of Your Hair In The Winter

Are you a person who happens to be in possession of a head of hair? Cool. Same. I, too, am a mammal who is the owner of some hair. And, as a hair-having person, there are few things in the world (on a superficial level, that is) that scare me quite as much as the impending winter months.

I am sure you can relate. And, if not, you should. Winter is useful as far as, like, holiday cheer and impromptu ski trips go, but, when it comes to the maintenance of one’s hair, it’s basically a disaster—cold air and dry indoor heating is a recipe, more or less, for dry, brittle hair and split ends. Are there more important things in the world to worry about? Sure. But there’s also nothing wrong with wanting to make sure that your hair looks okay throughout the winter. So, check out these easy ways to take care of your hair in the winter right here:

1. Try this coconut oil deep conditioner:

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2. Or any of these home remedies:

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3. Or one of these–try one option about once a week until you find the one that works for you:

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4. Try sleeping on a silk pillowcase–this helps protect your hair’s cuticle and prevent excess damage:

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5. If your scalp gets dry and flaky during the winter (it’s more common than you think!) try some of these remedies:

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6. You can also try a green tea rinse to deal with a flaky scalp:

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7. If your hair feels super damaged, try out this mask for some intense moisturization:

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8. Or this one:

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9. But don’t forget the right way to apply deep conditioner–if you don’t follow these rules, you might not get as many benefits as you can:

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10. If you have split ends, the only way to really get rid of them is by getting a haircut. You can prolong this, however, by trying this hair mask:

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11. You can try some of these DIY hair masks, too:

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