1. Static is enemy number one in winter, but you can help reduce it by using a heat protect spray like Ciment Thermique on damp hair before blow drying.
  2. Moving between extreme temperatures also affects condition, making deep conditioning a priority. Hair masks are great. Treat yourself to a long, luxurious soak, apply your prescribed (by your ever helpful stylist) Kerastase mask after shampooing, sit back, relax and let it do all the hard work.
  3. Always, and we mean always, dry your hair thoroughly before you leave the house. It’s not just because your mum told you to, but if you put a hat on damp hair it will dry in that shape and you won’t be able to take your hat off for the rest of the day. Unless you like hat hair!
  4. Don’t hibernate completely. It might be cold outside but your hair still needs us. The extreme temperatures can make hair more fragile, so it is more important than ever that you get your regular eight-week trim to avoid breakages and split ends.