6 tips for hair care under a hood, cap, cap or hat
Autumn and winter are periods when most people often and regularly wear caps, scarves, caps, casual hats, French berets, popular headbands (which keep the head and ears warm) or other head covering. Outside is a big minus, and inside is the dry air of the heated space. The hair becomes statically packed and sticks to clothes (or collar) due to the lack of humidity and the rough structure of the hair. Hair becomes electrified after wearing the cap. Most people want to have a permanent and lush hairstyle (that does not stick to the head) after removing the head protector.
- Choose a high-quality material (from which the hat is made) – cotton is statically compacted less than artificial fibers or thick runic wool. A sewn-in silk lining and a silk scarf are always useful accessories. Get a hat or cap that doesn’t fit your head so tightly if your hair is always greasy, or gets greasy quickly and loses its shine.
- Treat the root of the head before putting on the hat. Use a volumizing powder as it prevents the winter stuck-on look. The hairstyle will be able to be shaped with the hands after removing the hat. Use a scalp spray or hair styling cream.
- The change of seasons and temperatures strongly affects hair growth. Fog, strong wind, heavy snowfall, moisture in the air make natural hair more lush and loose. You will restore a beautiful, wavy and natural look to your hair by using the camellia flower. This plant repels moisture in nature. Hair will absorb less moisture from the air. There are heat protection creams that repel moisture.
- Hair should be fresh and natural instead of greasy and sticky (after removing the hat) – hats, scarves, scarves do not allow fresh air to reach the top of the head. The result is that the hair near the root gets greasy quickly. Try not to use water and a hair dryer when washing your hair at too high a temperature. The heat additionally stimulates sebum production. Use domestic and industrial products with aloe vera, mint or lemongrass. They provide shine and hydration and at the same time reduce the formation of grease. Do not wash your hair every day. Rather, use a dry shampoo that will keep your hair lush and fresh during the winter.
- Hair protection (burdened by winter weather conditions) is provided by anti-cold serums, hair oils and hair styling creams.
- Regular nourishing hair washes with moisturizing agents provide the necessary moisture. Flax seed gel for dry hair and curls – 60 g of flax seeds and 600 ml of water. Boil flax seeds in water at a lower temperature for about 20 minutes. Stir occasionally. Pass the mixture through a sieve. Leave to cool. Shape the hairstyle (or possible waves/curls) with the resulting natural gel. Or, leave it for 1 to 2 hours under a towel in the form of an intensive treatment.