See Ya, Static
1. Consider your hair type - static tends to be a straight-hair issue. Curls interlock, so each strand is anchored down. Got straight hair? Use a light - hold hair spray pre-hat.
2. Keep strands quenched - dry hair is more likely to stand on edge in cold, low-humidity weather. Swap your regular conditioner for a deep treatment once a week after shampooing to restore moisture.
3. Use ingenuity - spray the inside of their hat with static guard and then give it a shake before putting it on.
Wow - Worthy Winter Skin
1. Reveal Brighter, Softer Skin - low humidity outside plus heat inside can leave skin dry and rough. Use a grain - based exfoliating body scrub in the shower to refine rough areas. Opt for a sugar based formula which melts faster than salt and makes skin soft.
2. Get a believable bronze - ditch dark self-tanning products and gel formulas for a gradual self-tanner lotion. Apply it before bed every three or four days.
3. Hyper - Hydrate - for your glow to last, your skin needs to retain the hydration that freezing temps can strip away. Be liberal with a coconut oil based moisturizer, which helps bind in H20 to leave your skin soft. Apply it after your first shower post self tanning and then at least once a day.
4. Go for Glimmer - cream based makeup especially formulas containing vitamin E and green tea extract will calm and hydrate red, inflamed patches caused by icy cold winds.