How to Take Care of Your Hair System in the Winter

Winter is right around the corner, and we are adamant about making sure your hair system is in top shape during every season, but especially during the winter. With winter comes colder, dryer weather patterns that can cause hair systems to become dry and not up to par for wear. To avoid this, today, we will be going over how to take care of your hair system in the winter. 

Use a Leave-In

First thing's first, dry air can make hair systems dry, frizzy, and lifeless, so to avoid this, we recommend using a leave-in to add moisture, shine, and life back. For example, we recommend using products that are also sulfate and paraben-free to avoid less damage, such as the ultra Hydrating Leave-in Conditioners by Nutrifuse. They are perfect for hair systems because they are specifically created to repair dry, damaged hair and made with ingredients such as keratin, collagen, and argan oil to lock in moisture, protect the hair from damage, and help combat frizz. To learn more, tap here: 

Deep Condition and Moisturize

Secondly, to get the most out of your hair system, it is essential to know how to take care of your hair system properly. Therefore, along with the usual cleaning process, you must also make sure to deep condition and moisturize the hair, especially during the winter. Because the dry air tends to snatch the moisture out of the hair and cause it to become dehydrated and weak, you must make sure to add moisture back into the hair to avoid wearing a hair system that looks dry and worn out by the weather. Incorporating a deep conditioning treatment to the hair system at least once every two to three weeks is an excellent way to keep the hair moisturized and looking healthy. Another way to add moisture back into the hair system is by using moisturizing hair products such as lightweight hair oils and hair products to keep the hair healthy, soft, smooth, and damage-free. We recommend jojoba, coconut, shea, argan, and almond oil as they are easily absorbed by the hair shaft and help keep the hair moisturized.

Avoid Heat Tools

Lastly, we strongly encourage you to stay away from using heat tools to style your hair systems, as they can potentially cause damage if not used properly. However, if you must use a heat styling tool, we recommend to use a diffuser, a ceramic straightener or curling wand, or use a heat protectant before applying any heat onto the hair. The diffuser will evenly distribute heat throughout the hair system and won't focus heat on one specific area, decreasing the chances of damage. Ceramic hair straighteners or curling wands tend to be more gentle on the hair as they use infrared technology to style the hair from the inside out. Furthermore, incorporating a heat protectant into your styling routine is essential to limiting heat damage. We advise trying the Thermal Spray by Nutrifuse as it protects the hair from heat up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit while strengthening and smoothing the hair surface. This product also locks in hydration and creates a seal, reducing blow-dry time up to 50% and preventing breakage for soft, manageable, and style-ready hair. To learn more about this product, tap here:

We hope we have inspired you to try a few of these tips to take care of your hair systems this winter properly! For more information about the products mentioned in this blog, visit Browse through our selection of hair systems here: For more information, please email us:

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