Check out These Tips on How to Keep Your Hair Happy This Winter Season

It’s that time of the years again where you’re either too busy with prepping for finals, drained, or you just simply don’t have the time to take care of your hair properly. 

With the weather cooling down, your hair can become very brittle and easily breakable. The best way to resist any damages would be to have your hair set in a protective style. Really maintaining natural hair can be so much work and very time consuming. Here are some styles to try out this year.

1. Faux Locs

Faux locs recently became a hit for protective styles. Your natural hair is braided with added extension so the piece can then be wrapped to your desired length. The best part of having faux locs is that they last months if maintained properly. Your hair is sealed in which helps keep moisture in.

2. Box Braids

Box braids have been around for year and never go out of style. They’re so convenient and stylish in every season. Like faux locs, you could get these done at any length and could last months. Throughout the years different techniques have been used to create this look. Today, many people are trying out knot-less braids.

3. Passion Twists

If you’re someone who likes twist, you’ll love these. They’re a very light weight style. These curly twists are definitely a hit for naturalist.

4. Crochet Braids

Crochet braids are another style that has been popular for years. Your hair gets placed into cornrows and hair extensions are then crocheted through the braids. It’s completely light weight and affordable. This style minimizes time spent on protective styles by hours.

5. Wigs

Every color, every length, every style. Today wigs are so popular. People are getting so skilled at installing wigs that they’re often mistaken for someone’s real hair. You could have all the fun you want with wigs and your hair never has to suffer any consequences.

Protective styles are the best bet when it comes to harsh weather. Try out these styles and your hair will have a lot to thank you for later.