You don’t have to lose your volume to the cold weather!
When Winter finally rolls around it can be an absolute nightmare for your hair. You suddenly have to deal with no more air-drying, lots of frizz from putting on sweaters, and suddenly your hair has gone flat. This is due to a lack of humidity in the air to help keep volume and moisture in your strands. Yes, this sucks a lot, but there are some really great products than can help combat this issue! Check out our favorite hair care products that create volume in the Winter and make your strands look fresh and full all season long!
Fight Flat Hair and Get Volume in the Winter with these Products
A Shampoo and Conditioner for Volume is a Must
Achieving volume in the Winter starts with the products you use in the shower. It’s important to feed your strands the moisture and nutrients it needs to stay full. Look for a shampoo and conditioner duo that promotes volume and nourishment. One of our faves is TIGI Copyright Custom Care Volume Shampoo and Conditioner. These products are lightweight so they won’t make your hair heavy and flat. They give you loads of bounce and protect your strands from heat damage which is crucial in the Winter as you may use a hair dryer and styling tools more often.
Hairspray and Texturizers Will Become Your New Best Friends
Once you’ve finished drying and styling your hair, it’s time to go in with some major volumizing products. Volume in the Winter doesn’t just happen, it needs a lot of assistance. First, we recommend going in with a texturizing spray to get the body and finish you want. It’s important that this texturizer gives you over the top texture as it will begin to loosen throughout the day. We recommend Bed Head by TIGI Queen Beach Salt Infused Texture Spray all over your strands.
After you’ve achieved your texture, it’s time to go in with a foolproof hairspray. Suave Professionals Luxe Style Infusion Plump Hold Hairspray is great for the job. Spray this product near the root of your hair and use your hands to push your hair up so that it dries with lots of body and volume. If you want you can even take it a step further by giving your strands a light tease!