Because the air has less moisture in the winter, your skin gets dry and itchy. This can cause dandruff, itchy head, and flaky skin, which can cause hair loss.
Shampooing your hair too often takes away its natural oils, which can make it even more dry and irritated.
Use a conditioner that is thick and creamy and has natural oils like coconut, olive, jojoba, and shea butter in it to deeply moisturize and feed your hair.
Your hair is already fragile in the winter, and using heat styling tools can make it even more so. This makes it more likely that your hair will break.
When it's cold outside, the air dries out hair much faster. Because of this, you need to deep condition your hair more often than normal.
Cold air expands the hair shafts, making them prone to breakage, and may cause color fading.
When snow and wind are cold and dry, they put stress on your hair. Use a scarf or a hat to cover it.
When your hair doesn't get enough wetness and rubs against things like sweaters, scarves, hoodies, and hair brushes, it gets frizzy and staticky.
A hot water shower in the freezing weather is always tempting.
They are gentle on your hair, can soak up a lot of water, and help reduce pressure and the time it takes for your hair to dry.