1) Use a moisturising shampoo and conditioner
When the weather turns cold the hair needs more moisture and using a moisturising shampoo and conditioner is key. Also a deeper conditioner treatment once in a while would do wonders.
One of my favourite products in the winter is John Masters organic intensive conditioner.
2) Wear a hat
Too much exposure to cold harsh weather can leave your hair brittle and dry. Wearing a hat will not only prevent you from getting cold but also your hair from getting dry. Make sure you wrap up.
3) Plait your hair
Having your hair flying around with the cold wind, rain or snow will damage your hair. To prevent this just make a plait and your hair will stay in place and be protected.
I have several tutorials on how to do a plait on my YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/c/sarasteelehair
4) Avoid long hot showers
When it's cold it's tempting to have long hot showers. But it will only dry out your hair and skin.
The hot water can strip the natural moisture from your hair and dry it out. Instead try and use lukewarm water.
5) Prevent static hair
Dried out scalp produces fewer oils which makes the hair static and fly away. To avoid apply extra moisturising shampoo and conditioner or add hair oil.
I hope this was helpful. What are some of the things you do to look after your hair in the winter?