Frosty months can be hair’s worst enemy (from freezing temperatures to strong winds to salty air and hats, everything wreaks havoc on your darling tresses), but there are some great hacks that can help strands survive throughout winter with minimal damage.
It may be tempting to put your hair away for quite some time during winter, but don’t overdo it as it might shed and break. Remember to take down and wash party updos after maximum one week, and braids after no longer than one month. If your hair is naturally straight, wash it every three to five days lest you should strip it of its natural oils.
Hiding trichotillomania will only make things worse, so patients should open up about it with their loved ones. Looking for support groups and meeting people who are also affected by this condition is also beneficial.