Winter-Proof Your Hair

Snow, rain, wind, plunging temps—yup, sounds like winter. And with it comes dry, brittle hair that easily gets frizzy or flat. Without summer’s humidity to give our hair natural moisture, it’s important to give your hair a little extra love and attention.


Moisture maintenance

When our skin gets dry, we slather on moisturizer to restore skin’s softness. The same is true for your hair. Restore your hair’s moisture with a leave-in conditioner like Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Moisture Mist. This spray-on conditioner is deeply hydrating and leaves your locks feeling soft and silky smooth. And it’s a hard-working multitasker: spray it on dry skin to revive and moisturize it. Or get ultra-hydration with the fresh, uplifting scent of Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Lavender Mint Shampoo and Conditioner. It will become a favorite way to soothe and replenish your hair on dreary winter days.


Halt hat hair

The lack of moisture in the air plays tricks on our hair. When your hair rubs against your hat, it develops a static charge that makes your hair stick to your face and creates chaotic flyaways. Skip the static with this simple trick: spritz a hairspray like Paul Mitchell Worked Up Spray onto your hairbrush and run it through your hair. In addition to controlling the static, it provides long-lasting flexible hold with a clean, crunch-free feel. Then before you head out the door, put on a hat made of wool or cotton—stay away synthetic fibers because they create static.

Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Moisture Mist
Give your hair a fighting chance against the cold, dry air with a leave-in conditioner like Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Moisture Mist.

If winter is taking its toll on your hair and you want professional help, talk to your Supercuts stylist about a Tea Tree Experience or a conditioning treatment. They'll boost your hair's moisture and make it more winter-weather manageable.


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