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Top 3 Winter Hair Myths


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Now that the air is cold and harsh, discerning the truth from the myths surrounding hair care is crucial. We know that winter can be a challenging season for our hair, and with so much information out there, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and unsure of how to properly care for your locks. Let's debunk some of these myths and set the record straight on winter hair care.

Myth 1: Trimming hair during winter slows down growth.

One of the most common hair myths is that trimming your hair during the winter months will slow down its growth. But is there any truth to this belief? Let's take a closer look.

It's important to debunk common hair myths like this because they are so misleading. Trimming hair during winter does not impede growth; in fact, regular trims can actually promote healthy hair growth and prevent split ends. Keeping your hair in tip-top shape is a year-round endeavour, and regular trims are a non-negotiable part of the equation. By removing split ends and preventing further damage, your hair is able to grow without any hindrance, promoting overall hair health.

Myth 2: Washing hair less frequently prevents dryness.

While it's true that cold, dry air can cause hair to become drier during the winter, reducing the frequency of hair washing is not the solution. As time goes by, the accumulation of product residue and inadequate cleansing can result in an unwholesome scalp and lacklustre hair. If you are worried about stripping your hair of moisture, don’t overdo the cleansing and ALWAYS deep cognition.

Myth 3: Daily oiling of the scalp is necessary to prevent dryness.

One of the most common hair care myths is that over-oiling the scalp can prevent dryness, but this is not entirely true. Did you know that overusing natural oils like coconut or olive oil on your scalp can actually do more harm than good? While they can provide temporary moisture, excessive oiling can clog pores and lead to a greasy scalp. It's important to find a balance and not overdo it with the oils. For luscious locks that radiate health, it's all about maintaining a well-rounded hair care regimen that prioritises hydration.

Here is a list of our moisture boosters - if you have these babies, you’ve got winter moisture covered!


Don't let common winter hair myths dictate your hair care routine. Stick with the facts and you will keep your hair healthy, vibrant, and resilient throughout the winter and into spring.

Love MPL🧡.

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