Types of clothing material to avoid
Avoid clothes that will lead to static because they can mess up your hair while putting them on or taking them off. Rough and coarse clothes can get tangled with your locks, and owing to the underlying dryness of the hair, it is easy to experience hair breakages or split ends.
During the winter, your hair is at its weakest, which means that you should avoid all types of clothes that will have a tendency to rip out your hair from its scalp or break it in half. Clothing materials such as nylon and other artificial materials should be avoided, while smooth fabrics such as cotton would be highly preferable.
Hats, Scarves and Hoods
Hats, scarves, hoods, and even other similar hair accessories may be used as fall hair care items, as they can help you in locking in the moisture for a longer period of time. However, some types of fabrics may tend to tangle with your hair, which can lead to hair breakages, and even static.
It’s best to avoid wash-n-go’s during the colder months due to the low temperatures. If you do happen to do a quick style, make sure you wear a hat or hood (if your ‘fro can fit under it!) to prevent any sickness. Updo’s are a great protective style to try out, and you can make any style cuter with a fashionable scarf or headband*!
Climate and Natural Hair
Climate has a direct impact on the strength and beauty of natural hair, and even if we shower our hair with all the respect and care in the world, it is nearly impossible to eliminate all the problems associated with the changes in the environment.
However, it is certainly possible to eradicate and even manage most of the fall hair problems by following some of these excellent fall hair tips for natural hair that are outlined here.
It is also a good idea to try easy protective styles to ensure that your hair is protected against the weather. Natural hair care products, along with a visit to your nearby hair stylist, can also go a long way in helping you to manage and maintain your beautiful hair during this fall.