Moms Jennifer Hudson and Amy Poehler have smooth, soft strands (despite the cold weather)…
The Problem: You hate the dry, frizzy and uncooperative hair that the winter season often delivers…
The Fix: Winter hair can be a disaster… full of static cling, deflatedÂ waves or extremely dry ends. Never the less,Â with the perfect amount of styling and the right products, itÂ can actually be the best time to embrace “big hair” (which means tons of volume, waves and texture).
1) Start of by shampooing your hair with any kind of volumizing shampoo to give tons of lift (we love super cheap brands like Suave Professionals Volumizing Shampoo) and condition as usual.
2) To help treat dry winter ends, consider using a deep conditioning mask instead of standard conditioner, and apply plenty of texturizing spray to damp, tangle-free hair after shower (we love Rusk Thick Body and Texture Amplifier. It gave us tons of beachy, tousled waves, without having to apply anything else).
3) If your hair is extra wild in the winter, consider using a bit of hairspray (even if it feels oh-so 80’s) by massaging and tousling hair (preferably upside down) to create volume at the roots, and spraying the underside of hair with a light, gentle hairspray (also loving Rusk Radical Extreme Hold Hairspray. It’s not sticky or stiff at all!) This is a fast, easy way to get loose, lifted waves and texture, without having to heat style your hair in the cold weather months.
Â Want to know who won the mystery bag of beauty products from the fabulous Beauty Ticket.com? We are happy to announce that Jaime from Denim Debutante won (per random drawing). Jamie described her skin care routine as, “I have three steps: wash (or scrub, depending on the day), tone and moisturize. Sometimes, depending on how my skin is doing, I use a mini-peel to freshen up my skin tone”.
Â Congrats Jaime (and stay tuned for plenty of Makeover Momma exclusive giveaways!)
* What is your favorite hair product to use during the winter? Let us know!
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