It’s that time of the year where we must switch up our hair care routine to battle against the harsh winter days. During this time, your hair could be more prone to dryness with the increase of head-wear and not wetting your hair as often to avoid getting sick. This is a great time to try out more protective styles, products and if you don’t already, including an oil to your regimen. Jojoba, Moroccan and coconut oils are just to name a few that have proven to give luster back to the hair during this season. You’d also want to consider investing in a refresher spray. Refresher sprays are great for bouncing your hair back without having to drench your hair mid-week.
One product that I’ve used recently is Wen by Chaz Dean. I’m sure you’ve all seen the infomercials at some point in time about it. I remembered the diversity of women that gave their testimonials on Facebook about the product, so when my aunt handed me the hair care deluxe kit for my birthday, I didn’t feel too nervous. Like many girls, I’m very sensitive about my hair. Luckily with this brand, I was not disappointed.
The Sweet Almond Mint Cleansing Conditioner has great slip for my hair and is thick enough to evenly coat my strands. Another plus with this conditioner, is that it made detangling a much easier process. I typically use this as my co-wash within my regimen because it’s good at cleaning out built up dirt yet making my hair feel very soft.
As I stated earlier, it’s great to have a refresher spray during this season. I use Wen Hair Care Sweet Almond Mint Replenishing Spray. It’s very light and misty but I notice the difference it makes after a few sprays. The best part is that it smells extremely good. http://www.wenhaircare.com/en_us/cleansing-conditioner.html
Just because its winter, it doesn’t mean you have to get lazy with your hair care routine. Make it fun by trying out some awesome smelling refresher sprays and don’t be afraid to try a new product that may enhance your regimen this season. For more information, visit wen.com.