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MG’s guide to keeping your hair hydrated this winter

Winter is coming! That means it’s time to switch up your hair care routine, and MG has you covered.

Thin hair

Thin hair needs a lot of TLC, especially in the winter. Coconut oil is best for brittle hair because it lightly moisturizes without weighing it down. It also controls shedding so your hair stays as thick as can be! 

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Straight/Wavy

Argan Oil is great for strengthening dry winter hair. It protects your lush locks from harsh winter air and restores shine and softness. It is also acts as a seal for split ends.

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Black girl magic 

Whether you’ve got kinky 4C hair, or softer curls, R&B from Lush is a wonder-product when it comes to keeping your crown flowing and moisturized. Its best applied to dry hair, between 2-4 times a week depending on the thickness of your hair.

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Curly/Thick (all types) 

Curly hair is like a sponge that absorbs moisture. In the winter it’s especially prone to dryness and frizziness from the dry air. Keep your curls moisturized and defined with leave in conditioner!

This Cantu Shea butter leave in conditioner is a great one-step product to keep your hair healthy and moisturized! It leaves your hair feeling so soft, and defines curls, while strengthening the hair and reducing frizz.


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This Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie is guaranteed to give you silky, defined curls! It smooths split ends and tames fly-aways. It’s perfect for protecting and restoring damaged hair. The coconut oil is essential for moisturizing and hydrating curls. This product will give your curls life and shine!

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When it comes to hair care in cold weather the best thing you can do is moisturizer! Make sure to keep those locks hydrated and healthy!

 

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