COLD WEATHER? DRY THAT HAIR!
We’ve all heard the wintry warnings before: don’t go outside with wet hair, you’ll catch a cold. While you won’t catch a cold…you will damage your hair.
Cold weather can exacerbate hair breakage in wet hair, causing strands to snap off. The water penetrates the hair shaft, and if that water comes down to freezing temperature, it expands in volume, forcing the hair shaft to expand, lifting the cuticles and leaving the hair exposed to environmental damage. It also stiffens the hair strand, which then makes it far easier for the hair to snap and break, leaving you with uneven, split ends all over the head — which, in the worst case scenario, means needing to get your hair cut shorter to even out the difference.