Cold, dry weather can put stress on the health of our hair. Rain and humidity cause frizz and other issues. Hair's Inn's stylists weigh in on the best ways to keep hair healthy and tame for ordinary winter days and holiday events!


For high impact with minimal everyday effort, Mia, Grace and Anise all recommend getting lowlights. Your hair is naturally darker in the winter because of less sun, so mimicking that with your salon color services gives a subtle, real effect. The shadows and darker warm tones help bring life to your complexion when the weather can make you look washed out and pale. Ask about lowlights during your next color appointment!

Moisturize with styling products and treatments

Cold temperatures and wind can dry out hair even when keeping up with your regular regimen. This is why Anise and Grace think winter is the perfect time to add some moisture to your hair. Susan-Marie also recommends finding products that have both moisture and protein to maintain balance.

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Fall is a time of change. Leaves turn beautiful colors, our weather is getting colder and we recommend changing your hair too! Try adding a fun pop of color or maybe adding some rich, new lowlights. It’s a great way to change your hair seasonally!

If your hair is dry from exposure to the summer sun, sand and swimming, talk to your stylist about chlorine removal and deep conditioning to get back your hair’s moisture and shine. Let’s have some fun with the changing of the seasons!


Our dry summers can be hard on hair. We recommend changing your products seasonally to help!

This summer, add in some moisture with our organic Loma Moisture shampoo and conditioner to nourish a thirsty hair and scalp. It's not just our skin that needs protection from the sun - our hair needs it too! Try Redken’s Refiner or Redken’s Frizz Dismiss spray in protector. Both will help to protect your hair, and help your color last longer.

Stop by Hair's Inn today for a custom summer haircare prescription!