With Hair Candy hair extensions, you can style your hair any way you want—heat it or dye it, there is no limit as to what you can do to achieve your hair goals.


But winter has come! Even your natural hair is prone to dryness and brittleness during the season. Should that mean you steer clear of wearing hair extensions just because it is cold outside? Not a chance!


Our Hair Candy Hair Extensions supply is made from Remy European natural-looking hair, you need not worry about ruining your extensions in the wintry season. As there are ways to protect your natural hair from the harsh elements, you, too, can do the same for your hair extensions.


Check out these hair extension care tips for the winter.


Protecting your hair while you are outside

When the cold air hits, this can dry and damage your natural hair as well as your extensions. So, before you take one step out the door, protect your hair and extensions with a frizz control spray to keep your hair from the frizz and tangles. Then, wear a scarf, hat, or beanie to shield your hair from the frosty weather; as well, you get to keep yourself warm when you are out and about. In terms of your head wear's type of material, make sure that you use satin or silk, as these are gentle fabrics when they come in contact with your hair and extensions.


Protecting your hair while you are inside

During these times, your hair will need extra protection from dryness. Use shampoo and conditioner that provides additional moisture to your hair. Choose hair care products that not only enhance hair hydration but also contain natural or chemical-free ingredients to preserve the life and quality of your extensions.


Using the right shampoo and conditioner may not be enough. Sometimes, it needs expert handling to be able to care for your hair and hair extensions Gold Coast throughout the winter. Good thing there’s Hair Candy Australia. Book an appointment at 0452 449 001, email us for enquiries at info@haircandy.com.au, or visit our website at https://haircandyaustralia.com/.
July 29, 2020 — Shakira Trzan

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