Things you should be doing this winter

Now that the autumn is upon us, the days seem too cold and the days too short which means it's time to start thinking about ways to protect our hair from the damage that the winter elements can cause. 

During the winter months, it's a great idea to treat your hair once a week to a deep conditioning treatment. This will help to replenish the moisture, which tends to get depleted from things such as the dry heat in your apartment and the cold winter air. I recommend something like the Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Moisture Lock One Minute Mask or Bumble & Bumble Quenching Masque. These products are quick and easy ways to lock moisture back into your hair.

Regular trims are a great way to keep your hair in good health during the winter months as well -- every six to eight weeks, just get a light dusting of the ends to help reduce the chance of dry, splitting ends.

To prevent breakage or other damage, avoid blow-drying and brushing hair when wet because those locks are most delicate when waterlogged. If strands are really parched, comb hair with a few drops of olive oil and a wide-tooth comb after showering. 

Sonia Rykiel Know's How

Sonia Rykiel, whether she is designing a winding and infinite knitted scarf for Paris Fashion Week or popping round to the sandwich shop around the corner (where she has a sandwich named after her!) is and will always be famous for her golden, naturally sexy, crazy curly hair. 

She takes it to the runway and she brings it to the publishing houses for her editorial shoots. This is one woman who implements a bit of her curl into every design she does!

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