8 Must-Try Winter Hair Care Tips

8 Must-Try Winter Hair Care Tips

by Saad Siddiqui on Jul 01, 2023

The winter months can lead to frizz and static in your hair, causing you to have more bad hair days than usual. The harsh chilly weather can make your hair prone to dryness, split ends, dandruff, and hair fall. Therefore, it is essential, when the weather gears up, so should your hair care regime. Here are eight winter hair care tips for dry hair; you can try right now to boost hair health. 

Benefits of Drinking Water for Hair 

The human body thrives on nourishment from food and water, and the hair is no exception. Did you know each strand of hair contains 25% water? Therefore, drink plenty of water throughout the day, preferably eight glasses. Staying well hydrated promotes hair health, growth, shine, and prevents the occurrence of dandruff. If you do not like drinking room temperature water during winters, have warm water, soup, fruits, or veggies with high water content to ensure your body stays hydrated. 

Use the Best Antidandruff Shampoo

Finding the right shampoo can be a game-changer in your hair care regime. As temperatures drop, if your scalp gets flaky and you suffer from dandruff, switch to the best Antidandruff Shampoo, Herbion Naturals Ginger, and Lemon Shampoo. In the shampoo, lemon juice works as a natural cleanser that elevates scalp health, while ginger eliminates dandruff effectively. With each wash, your hair looks healthier, softer, and dandruff free. 

What are you waiting for? Head over to Daraz Online Shopping to try Herbion Antidandruff Shampoo for yourself. Add this winter essential to your e-cart, sit back, and relax for a doorstep delivery across Pakistan. 

Benefits of Trimming Natural Hair

If you are guilty of using hot tools or dying your hair, be sure to check your hair for split ends. If your hair is dehydrated and split, get a trim immediately. Split ends are notorious for splitting up the hair shaft, which, let’s face it, nobody wants. Besides, having split ends can make hair prone to breakage and damage. Instead of spending thousands of rupees on products that claim to repair split ends, pick up the scissors, and give yourself a trim because products can only temporarily mend split strands. 

Benefits of Oiling Hair in Winter at Home

Indoor heaters feel cozy but can take away moisture, leaving your hair feeling dry. Combat dryness by using a good quality oil, such as Herbion Naturals Herbal Hair Oil. It contains a blend of Amla khushk, Berg-e-henna, Sika kai, Olive oil, Almond oil, Tea tree oil, Menthol, and Coconut oil for hair. Our powerhouse ingredients combine to penetrate the hair rapidly while conditioning, moisturizing, and strengthening the hair follicle giving you the benefits of overnight oiling in just one hour. Make sure to concentrate hair oil on the roots as well as the ends of the hair. Massage thoroughly to promote circulation and hair growth.

This hair oil is excellent for applying during the day or leaving overnight. If you decide to do the latter, we recommend placing a towel on your pillow before going to slumber to avoid creating a mess. Wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner as usual.

Try the Best Hair Mask for Winters 

A deep conditioning hair mask can do wonders for your hair health, as it penetrates the hair shaft and makes strands supremely soft to the touch in just a few minutes. Depending on the hair mask you choose, it can boost hydration, shine, or hair growth. You can get one from the store or make a DIY hair mask with all-natural ingredients.

Here is a hair mask for dandruff and dry hair; you can whip it up right now. We bet you already have the ingredients in your kitchen. All you need is: 

  • 1 Tbsp. honey 
  • 2 Tbsp. lemon juice 
  • Half cup yogurt 

Mix everything well together and apply it to the scalp. Let it sit for an hour, then wash off with warm water. Honey moisturizes the scalp, while lemon and yogurt eliminate dandruff.

Avoid Heat Styling Tools

Hot tools are one of the culprits of bad hair health. They can burn the hair, dry them out, and even cause split ends. Therefore, try to use hot tools as little as possible throughout the year. However, during the winter months, when the hair is already in a fragile state, it is best to avoid heat styling as much as possible. Instead, embrace your natural texture, towel dry your hair gently, or air dry them. Take this time to sport cute braids, hair buns, and ponytails. You can even try heatless curls and beach waves to maintain hair health while looking amazing. 

Avoid Washing Hair Frequently

Washing the hair too frequently during the chilly weather can strip it of its natural oils vital for keeping the scalp and hair moisturized. During the winter months, over-washing can lead to dandruff, dry, and frizzy hair. Avoid this by extending the days between washes. So, if you wash your hair every other day, try extending it to every two or three days. You can try new hairstyles between washes, such as a bun, or apply dry shampoo to prevent it from looking greasy.  

Try Silk Hair Wraps

Fitted woolen hats are bad for hair health. They trap oils at the roots, cause static, and make hair prone to breakage. Prevent breakage by first wrapping your hair in a soft silk scarf and then popping on your favorite hat. Silk is a hypoallergenic material that prevents static, frizz, thinning, and split ends. Furthermore, we also recommend swapping your cotton pillow covers for silk ones. Cotton pillowcases can pull and tug on strands. That is why sleeping on silk cases is better. 


No matter the season, hair health is essential for looking and feeling your best. Haircare does not have to cost an arm and a leg. Sometimes all you need is some effort and tender loving care to ensure you have good hair days throughout the wintertime. We hope you try our affordable winter hair care tips and tricks for luscious, beautiful tresses.  

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