Holiday Survival Hair Tips

[caption id="attachment_3278" align="alignleft" width="300"] Cheryl Whitt[/caption] The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year, but can also be busy and stressful. Between family gatherings, company parties and time with friends, it doesn't leave us

Cheryl Whitt

The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year, but can also be busy and stressful. Between family gatherings, company parties and time with friends, it doesn’t leave us with much time for ourselves.

Read below for tips that will not only save you time, but also help you achieve glamorous hair all year and especially through the holidays.

Dull Hair? 

Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate!  Not only is this excellent for your body, it is just as necessary for your hair!  Water hydrates the body and helps to regulate the circulatory system, which feeds the hair follicle, which then stimulates hair growth. If your hair roots are deficient in adequate water levels your tresses will eventually become dry, brittle and may stop growing.  Hair that is strong and well-nourished is sure to shine, even when the weather outside is cold.

Hair full of static?

Winter is the worst time of year for this.  Between the dry heat and all of the styling for those special occasions, our hair suffers.  Use a deep-conditioning treatment once a week to keep hair moisturized,” says Cheryl Whitt, stylist and founder of Queen C Hair Extensions.  Also, use a silicone product to reduce fly-aways and static in dry hair.  For an “at home remedy”,  run a dryer sheet down your hair.

Are you Doing Proper Hair Maintenance?

Book an appointment to have your hair trimmed.  Split ends “travel” up the hair causing more damage and dullness.  On average, hair grows at a rate of about one-half inch per month, and typically the hair should be trimmed every 8 weeks.  Regular haircuts do not make your hair actually grow faster. Rather, regular trims prevent your hair from suffering breakage and split ends that make your hair appear to grow slower.

 What Are You Sleeping On?

If not a silk or sateen pillowcase you are more than likely causing hair breakage.  Not only that, cotton can pull moisture out of your skin and cause dryness.  Talk about getting your beauty rest!   Make every hour of dozing off beneficial to your hair.  Damage can be caused  to the hair being roughed up and tangled while you move around in your sleep. A silk or sateen pillowcase will help give a more slippery surface for the hair and will avoid excess friction.

Need a Fast and Totally Glam Holiday Hairstyle?

Not only can this style be worn any time of the year, it is so easy. You don’t need any special skills, or techniques.. just a curling iron and a brush! This style can be done with or without extensions, it is definitely one of our favorites-especially for special occasions.

Old Hollywood Hairstyle

Just for Fun!

It’s the holidays – why not add a little bit of sparkle?  Whether your hairstyle of choice is a braided bun or a sleek high ponytail,  give it some extra glamour with a cosmetic glitter spray as the finishing touch to make both your beauty look and your hairstyle truly sparkle in the Christmas lights.

Joico Pink Glitter Spray

Merry Christmas from all of us at Queen C Hair!

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Cheryl Whitt

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*This information  is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All content, including text, graphics, images and information, contained on or available through this article is for general information purposes only.
All images courtesy of NFD contributor Cheryl Whitt.


Cheryl Whitt
Cheryl Whitt is President and CEO of Queen C Hair, a human hair extension company. She has also been a been a licensed hair stylist since 1993, while working with celebrities and your every day person, she has encountered numerous woman who have suffered with hair thinning issues, ranging from cancer to thyroid issues to vitamin deficiencies, with no discreet "hair" solutions and was determined to find an answer. After years of research and testing she created the AIRess Collection, exclusive to Queen C.

Cheryl is not only known as the Hair "Queen" but believes in taking care of yourself from inside as well as the outside. Nutrition, exercise and spirituality all play a major real in her life, as she states, "true beauty comes from the inside, Queen C simply helps you enhance the outside." Visit Cheryl at

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