The holiday season is one of the busiest times of the year and, for your hair, it’s also one of the most damaging. With parties, New Year’s Eve, gatherings between family and friends, not to mention daily wear and tear, your hair is pulled, teased, washed, coloured, permed, sprayed… It’s easy to see how hair can become frazzled, frizzy, and damaged in no time at all! Here are a few tips from Kim Robinson of kimrobinson studio to help you manage and maintain a stress-free hairstyle this winter.
The most important thing to consider before styling is both the cut and the condition of the hair. The cut is crucial because it gives you the option of “no style” or “minimal style”. Too often women have the wrong cut for their face shape, and the result is that they can’t manage their hair on their own. It is essential that you communicate with your stylist and work to find a cut that is both flattering and manageable.
One of the ways to make sure hair stays hydrated and doesn’t look dry or straw-like is to regularly use products formulated with Vitamin B5, Vitamin E, and milk proteins to add nutrients into your hair. When Kim Robinson developed Sen by Kim Robinson, he added the Traditional Chinese ingredient of Angelica to our Moisture & Repair system to help hydrate the hair and lock in moisture.
Updos are always popular during the holidays, and one look that’s been getting a lot of attention for evening hair is the classic ponytail. What’s great about this look is that it can add height and drama or can be easy and chic – there’s great versatility in such a simple look.
Remember that the holidays are really about spending time with friends and family. To look good and to spend time where it really matters, get your hair cut early in the month and then preserve the style and the condition of your hair with effective daily products. Take a modern approach to styling and keep everything looking effortless and low key – a simple, believable look will keep you chic and stylish with minimal fuss this Christmas.
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