Finally, whether you do a lot of thermal styling or not, using a good thermal protector on your hair during the winter can help you prevent a lot of the damage and problems
caused by the climate changes when you go from outdoors to indoors in winter. These thermal protectors coat the hair and insulate it, sealing in the moisture and helping the hair resist the damage from cold air as
well by acting as an emollient to prevent the hair from getting and feeling brittle.
Again, the specific product brand isnít as important as making sure it works for your hair type. Those who have fine hair should look for a lighter formula, while those whose
hair is coarse and thick may want a heavier, more-insular product.