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Is Your Hair Ready for Winter?

Written by Justine Iaboni

Do you find that blow-drying your hair is taking twice as long? Are your ends splitting? Do you find that your hair just feels dull, brittle and dry? Well, welcome to the beautiful effects of the change in season on your locks. It’s a true story. Our hair, just like our skin, is affected by the elements.

One amazing piece of advice we can give you is to invest in some amazing in-salon treatments. Olaplex and L’Oreal Professionnel Pro Fiber treatments can do wonders on the condition and health of your hair. Just tag one onto your next salon appointment. Similar to seasonal facials (what, you didn’t know you should be getting a facial every season?) we highly recommend treating your hair to the same seasonal extra love.

But it doesn’t just stop at the salon. There are many things you can do at home this winter to take care of your hair. From deep conditioning treatments, to using hot tools with built-in technology, to supplementing every morning with your cereal, there are so many tips and tricks to ensure that you can make it through the next six months without sacrificing your gorgeous ‘do.

Here are a few of our favourite ways to get your hair winter-ready.

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Wear a hat or hood

As silly as it sounds, covering your hair is one sure-fire way to protect it from the elements. And no, wearing a hat does not make you lose your hair. That’s a total myth. But please, invest in a hood or something and keep your hair safe. We love these City of Neighbourhood Toques at Tuck Shop Trading Co. ($38 each).

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Do you find that blow-drying your hair is taking twice as long? Are your ends splitting? Do you find that your hair just feels dull, brittle and dry? Well, welcome to the beautiful effects of the change in season on your locks. It’s a true story. Our hair, just like our skin, is affected by the elements.

One amazing piece of advice we can give you is to invest in some amazing in-salon treatments. Olaplex and L’Oreal Professionnel Pro Fiber treatments can do wonders on the condition and health of your hair. Just tag one onto your next salon appointment. Similar to seasonal facials (what, you didn’t know you should be getting a facial every season?) we highly recommend treating your hair to the same seasonal extra love.

But it doesn’t just stop at the salon. There are many things you can do at home this winter to take care of your hair. From deep conditioning treatments, to using hot tools with built-in technology, to supplementing every morning with your cereal, there are so many tips and tricks to ensure that you can make it through the next six months without sacrificing your gorgeous ‘do.

Here are a few of our favourite ways to get your hair winter-ready.

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Wear a hat or hood

As silly as it sounds, covering your hair is one sure-fire way to protect it from the elements. And no, wearing a hat does not make you lose your hair. That’s a total myth. But please, invest in a hood or something and keep your hair safe. We love these City of Neighbourhood Toques at Tuck Shop Trading Co. ($38 each).

Justine Iaboni justine@jetsetjustine.com Author Justine Iaboni is a style blogger and writer. You can find her at www.jetsetjustine.com. She lives and works in Toronto but is always jet-setting off to a new place every month - hence the blog name. She loves taking a witty and unconventional perspective on style, and loves a good pun. Her followers always say her blog is the only one they still actually read. But if you follow her on Snapchat you’ll see a whole different - crazier - side of her. 29Secrets

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Justine Iaboni

Justine Iaboni is a style blogger and writer. You can find her at www.jetsetjustine.com. She lives and works in Toronto but is always jet-setting off to a new place every month - hence the blog name. She loves taking a witty and unconventional perspective on style, and loves a good pun. Her followers always say her blog is the only one they still actually read. But if you follow her on Snapchat you’ll see a whole different - crazier - side of her.

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