3. Don’t go outside with wet hair
Wet hair is more vulnerable, especially when combined with low outside temperatures. Winter weather opens the hair shafts which can then break more easily. Try washing your hair in the evenings when you plan on staying indoors, instead of in the morning. Leaving the house with wet hair anyway? Protect your hair with a beanie, a hat and tuck the lengths of your hair into a scarf. Tip: wrap your hair in a silk scarf before you wear a hat or beanie to decrease friction. This will prevent unnecessary damaging.
4. Less heat
This goes for hair in general: minimize contact with any type of heat from styling tools. And always use heat protective products to protect during blow-drying, straightening and curling.