The #ClicksBeautySquad knows all about the ways winter can affect your hair – but they also know how to keep those issues at bay.
Tarryn Kay Trussell van Louw (@tkskingdom)
“Winter is here, and the dry, erratic weather won't catch me out! Once a week I give my hair an intensive hair mask treatment. One of my favourites is the Kristin Ess Hair Strand Strengthening Reconstructive Moisture Mask. It's lightweight, prevents dryness and leaves your hair soft and hydrated. And what's even better is it's free from sulphates and parabens. Healthy is the new beautiful!”
“Keeping your natural hair in good health needs additional work during winter, due to the harsh and cold conditions that can dry out your hair. To keep my hair hydrated, I always include my must-have product, Masodi Organics Leave-In Conditioner, which boosts hydration and deeply moisturises while maintaining delicacy.”
“I also highly recommend having protective styles such as braids during this period, however including deep treatments in between is imperative as well. Using a hair mask like the Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Treatment Masque helps restore my hair's elasticity, moisture and strength.”
Sheena Deepnarain (@MsSheenaD)
“My hair requires extra TLC during the winter months, and this is how I amp up my routine:
1. A weekly oil treatment – I oil my hair from roots to ends as an overnight treatment. Try Clicks Haircare Collection Shea Butter Black Castor Hair Oil.
2. Swap my usual hair conditioner for a hair mask. Try the L'Oréal Elvive Hyaluronic Hair Mask.
3. Limit washing my hair to two times a week and use a dry shampoo in-between washes. Try Batiste Dry Shampoo.
4. For extra moisture to dry ends, after washing my hair, I apply a leave-in hair conditioner. Try The Body Shop's Jamaican Black Castor Oil Leave-in Conditioner.
5. Apply a light, nourishing hair oil to my ends every night to keep my ends moisturised. Try L'Oréal Elvive Extraordinary Oil Dried Out Hair.
6. Always use a heat protectant before applying hot hair tools. Try Sorbet Drybar Let's Turn Heads Heat Primer Serum.
7. Trim dead ends regularly.”