Topic: winter

The Winter Effect On Your Hair

Winter Effect Hair and How to Fix ItThere are a lot of good things about winter, bad hair conditions are not among them. Especially for ladies, your hair suffers during the winter. Winter effect causes split ends to dandruff, we all suffer in one way or another. Here are some tips to help you look your best during the cold season!

Winter Effect Causes Brittle Hair 

When the moisture outside drops, your hair can become dry and brittle, leading to a weaker appearance. You can fix this by easing up on your hot tools, such as curling irons and hair straighteners. Also, try to add more moisture to your hair by using hydrating shampoos and leave-in conditioners.


When temperatures fall, hair tends to static as it gains electrons from the air as there is no humidity or moisture to counteract the energy. To fix this, try to keep moisture in your hair. Try to use hydrating shampoos and conditioners as well as stepping back from your usual hair-dryer.

Split ends

In the winter, the cold weather and lack of moisture can cause your hair to break or “split”. The only way to fix that is to go into the salon for a haircut and keeping your hair moisturized so it doesn’t become brittle and break off again.

Matted Hair

As soon as winter starts, your hair gets stuffed into the nape of hoodies and jackets. This causes the hair to become matted. The best way to counteract matted hair is to keep it away from the collars of jackets and scarves. Wear your hair up in a braid or bun. Even ponytails can be rocked with a good winter outfit and you can avoid matting!

Dandruff and Itchy Scalp

Because of the dry air, your scalp becomes dry. This leads to dandruff and dry skin. A good way to fix this is to use less shampoo and more conditioner. The shampoo usually contains chemicals that dry your hair and take out necessary oils while conditioners add a protective layer to every strand. You can also use medicated brands such as Head and Shoulders to ensure a healthy scalp and hair.

For the best look this winter, come into Charisma to get a haircut, conditioner, and style for a great price. The dry winter air won’t be a match for your hair. Set up an appointment and contact us today!


Fall and Winter Hair Color Trends

Fall arrived faster than anyone realized. We have been busy at work with the latest hair styles and colors for this year. Let us take the guess work out for it for you, check out these popular hair color trends for Fall and Winter 2016.

Hair Color Trends 2016

Cherry Cola Hair Color

2016 popular hair color trend

Cherry Cola Hair Color


Are you looking for a color idea this fall? Known as Cherry cola or Chocolate cherry, get this look with a brown base and red hues. Depending on the client’s natural hair color, our stylist will go over how to create this look with your hair.

Photo Credits: Pinterest




Rose Gold Blonde Hair Color

hair color trend

Rose Gold Blonde


The Rose Gold color isn’t just a popular phone case cover or ring color, it has transitioned into one of the most popular hair colors this fall and we love it! Starting with blonde hair and adding pastel pink this hair color is sure to turn heads in envy. If you’re looking for this color, contact our stylists on how we can achieve it with your hair.

Photo Credits: Melissa Gasglow – Nail Technician




White Honey Hair Color

fall hair trend


Making a comeback for another year, White honey hair color is another color still trending this fall from last year.

Photo Credits: Pinterest

From different hues of blonde, silver and rose gold to exotic looks of ombre’s and balayage we are taking the traditional hair coloring up more than just a notch!

Contact Charisma Salon and Day Spa to make an appointment for one of these fall and winter hair trends. Find a color trend that isn’t here? No problem, bring in a picture of the look you would like to go for and one of our professional stylists will work with you to make it happen!

Don’t forget to give your nails some love and check out;

Fall 2016 Nail Color Trends