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Regardless of where I go, I always like to look my best. When applying my makeup each morning, I strive to accentuate my best feature: my large green eyes. Do you want to make your eyes stand out this spring? Consider investing in a quality mascara. Depending on your personal tastes, you might prefer a black or brown variety of this essential type of eye makeup. In addition to mascara, you may want to shop for several shades of eye shadow, an eye liner, and an eye brow pencil. On this blog, I hope you will discover makeup tips to help you feel more confident and beautiful.

3 Tips for Taking Care of Your Human Hair Extensions During the Winter Time

If you have human hair extensions in your hair, you need to make sure that you pay them special attention during the winter time. Winter time can be especially harsh on your hair and your hair extensions. Just like your skin, winter can cause your hair to dry out. Here are three tips that will help you take better care of both your hair extensions and your regular hair this winter. 

#1 Change Up Your Shampoo and Conditioner

Many people use the same type of shampoo and conditioner year-round. However, you should actually change up the type of shampoo and conditioner that you use during the winter time to account for how the winter weather affects your hair.

The next time you go shopping for shampoo and conditioner, look for the key word "hydrating" on the bottle. You want to purchase shampoo and conditioner that is specifically designed to hydrate your hair during the winter time; these types of hair products will help combat against the cold weather that takes the moisture out of your hair and makes it feel and look more dry during the winter months. Hydrating shampoos and conditions will help lock-in moisture to your hair, making it feel and look softer and more full of life.

#2 Condition More

In addition to changing up the shampoo and conditioner that you use, you also need to change up how you wash your hair. You don't want to wash your hair or your hair extensions too much in the winter time. Washing your hair and your hair extensions too often will actually strip the moisture from your hair. While using a hydrating shampoo should help counteract this effect a little bit, you still don't want to overdo it. Ideally, you should only wash your hair a few times a week.

However, you don't want to cut back on conditioning your hair. If anything, you should condition your hair more often during the winter time. At least a couple of times a month, use a deep conditioner on your hair. When you get your hair wet in the shower, always use a hydrating conditioner. Even on the days where you don't get your hair wet at all, you should apply a spray-on or leave-in conditioner to your hair. This will help your hair and your hair extensions retain moisture and look lush all winter long.

#3 Cut Back on Drying

Finally, try to cut back on drying your hair during the winter time. Winter weather conditions already make your hair more dry than it needs to be. You don't need to add to that by drying your hair out every day. Use a hair dryer to get your hair to the point where it is still a little damp but not completely dried out. Limiting washing your hair should limit how often you need to dry your hair. Try to cut back on how often you use other heated hair tools as well, such as a straightener and curling iron.

If you want your hair and your hair extensions to look great this winter, change how you treat your hair. Use hydrating shampoos and conditioners, cut back on how often you shampoo your hair and increase how often you use conditioner on your hair, and limit your use of heating tools. Following these three tips will help ensure that your hair and your hair extensions look as natural and lush as possible. For more advice, check out