When to Wear

A Perfect Way To Dry Hair In Winters-

Even though we are undoubtedly aware that air-drying hair is typically preferable than blow-drying it, committing to a few hours with damp locks feels challenging when cold weather arrives. Winter temperatures may produce extra frizz in addition to making hair drier. And if you air-dry your hair on top of that, the frizz may become out of hand.  When the temperature drops below freezing, damp hair becomes frosty hair. If you want to prevent heat damage, there is a mind blowing speed-drying tips that don't put direct heat on your hair and keep it healthy. 

Put your hair in an Esme hair wrap once it's 80 percent dry, and then use a dryer in a circular motion to speed up the drying process. This will help minimise frizz, add shine, and stimulate the growth of your hair.

You can tie the hair as per the instructions mentioned on the box and have blow dry look.

 During The Day-

1. Start with slightly damp hair by either allowing it to dry after a shower or lightly dampening it with a spray bottle.

2. First brush and detangle your hair. Then start brushing all your damp hair in any one direction, and start taking them towards the back. 

3.Hold your hair firmly and keep brushing all your hair from backward to forward now. 

4. Continue brushing your hair in one direction till the time all your hair is completely wrapped around your head. You can tuck the hair pin at the ends to hold your hair.

5. Put on your Esme hair wrap now and keep it until your hair gets fully dry. Drying time will vary based on the length and thickness of your hair.

6. Take a selfie and tag @esme_luxury for a chance to be featured.

The process to wrap your hair takes less then 3 minutes.

At Night-

Arrange and hold your hair in place so it's easy for you to scoop into your Esmé Hair Wrap, releasing locks into the silk cocoon as it slides on. We like to twist ours up into a bun at the crown of our head to deliver a subtle wave come morning. But there are many different ways to put your hair up so it looks great when you let it back down.

Be sure to tuck all your hair within your wrap so the elasticated silk edge is completely covering your hairline and the tip of your ears, this will ensure it sits tight, protecting and nourishing your locks all through the night.

During Yoga

Keep Your Hands Off Your Head

Preserving your hair while trying to stay fit can be a challenge, but these Mulberry Silk Hair wrap will help from ruining your look while you do asanas.

Touching your hair with your hands during a workout actually stimulates oil production in the scalp” says stylist Juan Carlos Maciques of the Rita Hazan Salon in New York City. So it’s best to keep your hair tucked in a breathable wrap so you’re not constantly fixing your hair.


Esme Hair Wrap Under Beanies Will Help Tackle Frizzy Winter Hair

The extra stress of synthetic heat and the persistent friction from wearing hats every day can dry up our hair in the same way that the cold air does. Most hats are constructed of fibres that can create hair problems such as static and friction, as well as snag our already brittle strands, but silk wrap keeps hair moisturised and is beneficial for your hair. Silk is silky smooth and friction-free, allowing hair to slide along strands without tangling. Silk has an ultra-smooth texture that locks in moisture, fights frizz, reduces static, prevents breakage, and makes your hair shine. A silk wrap may help everyone, but it's especially beneficial for ladies with naturally dry hair, such as curly, wavy, or color-treated hair.

Best Ways to Protect Your Hair From Sun Damage

UVA and UVB radiation can damage the exterior cover of the hair strand if it is exposed to the sun for an extended period of time. Discolouration, dry and brittle strands, broken or split ends, thinning, and frizziness are all signs of sun damage. Damage is a risk for all hair types, regardless of colour or structure. If you have thin, flat, or tightly coiled hair, it is also more delicate and susceptible to sun damage.
The sun's rays have a similar effect on hair like bleach. Bleach interacts with the melanin in hair and, in an irreversible chemical reaction, destroys the colour. Bleach also causes damage to the hair's cuticle and keratin protein.
The good news is that you can protect your hair from the sun's rays by taking precautions.
Wrap your hair in the Esme wrap cocoon to prevent it from needless harm. The season of winter is one of the favourite for sunbathing, but next time you’re out in the sun, don’t forget to shield your hair.