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Our favourite winter haircare products to keep your locks healthy

In the dry frigid weather, it's not just your skin that needs some extra TLC. Since your hair is made from the same proteins as your skin, it's going to need extra love too. Lest you end up with broken, hay-like hair that you'll have to chop off when summer arrives. Not ideal.

Without further ado, find here, a collection of our absolute favourite haircare saviours. As someone with dry, curly hair, I've tried dozens of products to help battle dryness and frizz. Here, you'll find the ones I'd buy and buy again.

If you're scrolling through the list and wondering where all the hair masks are, it's because there are too many good ones to include them all. Instead, here is a full guide to the best hair masks for your perusal.



Hair Rituel by Sisley La Crème 230

This deep conditioner helps to quite literally repair the hair strands. It will feel healthier because it is. Perfect for heat damaged or dry hair.



Bread Hair-Mask Creamy Deep Conditioner

This brand makes products for those with curls that land from 3a to 4c. It was a little rich for my hair which sits at 2c, but it still left me with beautifully nourished curls. This is a great one for anyone with curly and coily hair.


Goldwell Kerasilk keratin treatment

This isn't something you can pick up at the store. It's an in-salon treatment, but in my experience, it's very worth it. It transformed my hair into the healthiest version of itself and made it about ten times more manageable. Winter dryness and frizz has barely been a concern. If you want low-maintenance hair that you don't have to treat or style, this is for you.


R+Co All-In-One Elixir Spray

Gotta love an all-in-one. This do-everything, does-everything leave in conditioner will treat, tame and nourish your hair. Apply while your locks are still damp for bouncy, frizz-free hair.


Growth Bomb AHA Scalp Exfoliant

All the extra products we add to our hair can leave a serious product build-up and lifting that all off is imperative to a healthy scalp. This AHA treatment helps to exfoliate the scalp and keep it healthy. Because a healthy scalp means healthy hair.


Evo Miss Malleable Flexible Hairspray

For a frizz proof finish to your blow dry, try this. It smells delightful but doesn't have the hard, crispy finish of other sprays.


Moroccanoil Original

Do I need to say more? No matter your hair type, I am a firm believer that every home should have a bottle of OG Moroccanoil. It smooths, nourishes and protects. Use it as a treatment on the ends, add it liberally ask a mask, or use one drop as a finishing product to styled hair


KMS Cleansing Conditioner

Washing your hair too much can dry out your locks. So if you can't escape that extra wash because you've been to the gym or you just need a hair refresh, try this. It's a cleansing conditioner. It gives a light clean without stripping perfect for when you're in between washes or if you're trying to move away from shampoo all together.


Schwarzkopf Professional Ceramide Booster

If your ends are feeling more like straw than hair, he's your fix. This treatment is designed to add essential ceramides into your strands to help them feel softer and become healthier. It's a great product to have on had for a quick fix.


Frenchie Wear Hair Wrap

It dried your hair faster and reduces frizz in the process. Trust me, you will never regret owning one of these.


Co Lab Volume Dry Shampoo

An essential. When you don't want to over wash your hair and dry out your end, but the roots are looking limp, try Co Lab. I like the extra volume iteration for lots of body.


Silvi Pillowcase

Silk pillowcases cause less tension on your hair - which means less breakage. This one treated with natural silver for anti-bacterial protection.


Aveda Botanical Repair Shampoo & Conditioner

Made from 94 percent naturally derived ingredients, this is the natural way to repair your hair. It cleans as it repairs.



Biolage Dewy Moisture Mist

It sounds counter intuitive to lightly mist your hair. Surely that causes more frizz? Not exactly. This is meant as a refresh when your hair is already a bit ruffled. It's formulated with 10 percent aloe vera so it has excellent restorative properties. Spritz away, restyle and feel refreshed.


Coconut Oil from the supermarket

Of course, it you prefer the a la naturale solution, you can simply lather up your strands in coconut oil for an easy hair mask. Coconut oil molecules are very small and can penetrate into the hair deeply. Plus, it's packed with fatty acids for nourishment.


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