The sudden change in the weather condition from the hot and rainy season to the dry and chilled winter can make you hair roots and the nerves underneath a bit mis-balanced to prepare for the change.
Most of us get concerned about the dry skin and leave aside the hair related dryness of the scalp which occurs during the winter. So be cautious in the very beginning to take proper care by massaging your hair roots and the scalp with hair oil like almond oil, olive oil or mustard oil.
Try to avoid coconut oil during very chilled and frosty weather as it is colder than the other oil and is best suited in summer season.
Dandruff and itchy scalp can be some of the emerging problems in the winter season for the dry weather. A the humidity level of the atmosphere falls down so your roots and nerves connected to the tissues and cells of the hair are I need of moisture which must be applied through oil massage and washing regularly with lukewarm water.
Lemon juice and hibiscus flower paste mixed with olive oil and applied before shampooing your hair and keeping it for a while can make your hair soft, glossy and free from dandruff.
Do not use hot water to wash your hair as it increases dryness and gives rise to more dandruff accumulation in scalp. Let your hair get dry completely after you wash and then tie it to go outside.
It is recommended not to let your hair remain open during winter as the dry dust blowing and the pollution air outside can damage your hair cells and cause split ends thereafter.