Oh, winters! How we all love the pippin’ hot cocoa, the cosy overcoats and the fragrance of cinnamon in the air. But one thing we all collectively dislike - the winter frizz! All that added moisture in the air makes our hair look poofy and dry; which leaves us wondering, how to get silky hair in winters? Well, if you’re here reading this, you’re sorted, because we’ve got your back. These little tweaks are total game changers and are perfect for not just winters, but the entire year round. Let’s go.

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How To Make Your Hair Soft And Silky

How To Make Your Hair Soft And Silky?

1. Co-Washing

One of the biggest perks of the season? Less sweat. This means that you can easily bring down the frequency of hair washes. Say you shampooed thrice, make it two. If it was two, make it once. This will allow your hair ample time to dwell in its natural oils, which helps boost vitality and shine. If you feel the need to wash it still, ditch the shampoo and opt for a conditioner instead. Massage in a conditioner just like your shampoo and rinse it out well. This is called co-washing. It very gently cleanses the scalp along with adding in more moisture. Our Natural Argan Oil & Lavender Paraben Free Anti-Frizz Conditioner is the best pick to avoid frizz and dryness. The 100% organic coconut oil and argan oil give the much-needed moisture boost to your strands.

2. Gentle Drying

If you’re still using your bath towel to dry your hair, it's time to bid farewell to this practice once and for all. Your hair needs a ton of TLC while it’s wet, so switch to a microfiber towel or an old cotton t-shirt to ‘plop’ your hair. This soaks up excess water without causing friction in your hair. The result? Hair that looks frizz-free, smoother and much more manageable. If you especially have curly/wavy hair or want to know how to make frizzy hair silky, then this little hack will do wonders for you.

3. Cold Showers

Okay, this might seem like a big ask during winters, but stay with us. Hot water opens up your hair cuticles, which causes moisture loss. If you really want to maintain those silky, shiny, soft tresses, trust us on this and wash your hair with room temp or cold water. They will help retain moisture, reduce dryness and prevent hair breakage. But if you absolutely cannot dare to use cold water, make sure that you’re at least ending the shower with cold water.

4. Smoothing Serum

You’ll be surprised how far a few drops of a nourishing hair serum can go! Our Argan Oil & Lavender Hair Serum for Frizz free hair is a lightweight hair serum that offers 3x smoother hair, and frizz-free hair for up to 72 hours! It instantly tames flyaways and leaves your hair looking visibly smoother and shinier. Use it on damp hair post washing, or between wash days to smoothen and hydrate dry ends.

5. Weekly Masks

A category of hair care product that takes hydration, softness and smoothness very seriously are hair masks. Consider them like conditioners on steroids that work extra hard to land you your dream hair. No matter your hair type, look no further than our best-selling Argan Oil & Lavender, Paraben Free Smooth & Serene Hair Mask. It lends your hair 2x the smoothness in just 2 minutes! Get oh-so-smooth and shiny hair after every use. Use it at least once a week for best results.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:1 How to immediately tame frizz?

A. Dampen your hair with some water and then apply a nourishing hair serum or leave-in cream. This will help control frizz and add visible shine to your hair.

Q:2 I have curly hair, can I still get smoother hair?

A. Yes! No matter what your hair type, you can get softer and smoother hair by choosing the right products for your hair type. For curly hair, you pick a shampoo and conditioner that boosts hydration and fights frizz. Also, use a hair mask once a week and apply a serum post washing your hair.

Q:3 Can I make my hair smooth and silky overnight?

A. You can apply a hair mask and leave it on overnight. Wrap your hair in a shower cap while you sleep. In the morning, wash it off thoroughly and follow up with a nourishing hair serum.


Written by Rhea Shah on Dec 18, 2023