A lack of Vitamin D, radical changes in temperature, wearing a hat… In winter, the hair is really put through the mill. The ends become dry, split ends form and hairstyles look lifeless and limp. So, what is the IT girl solution for keeping short hair looking shiny and full of vitality during the winter months? Protecting and nourishing the hair fibre.
The advantage of short haircuts is that they require regular touch-ups at the hairdressers, so the ends tend to be in relatively good condition. However, that does not mean that short hair should not be nourished. To nourish your locks, choose a shampoo enriched with proteins, such as Jean Louis David’s Ultimate Purity Shampoo, which deeply strengthens the hair fibre. Due to its sulphate-free composition (sulphate is a foaming agent which tends to irritate and dry out the hair), this treatment repairs without irritating or damaging your hair.
So as not to aggravate the damaging effects of the cold, limit the use of heated appliances to avoid radical changes in temperature. If you cannot do without your hairdryer or straighteners for taming unruly strands, protect the ends of your hair beforehand using a thermo-protective cream to combat drying out and to ease blow-dry styling.
Every five weeks, make an appointment with your hairdresser. This step is essential to keep your haircut looking good.