This is my first foray into cold weather with my natural hair. From what I can gather, keeping my hair moisturized and protected during the cold weather months is crucial. Otherwise, I could find myself rockin' an Afro puff with a lot of broken ends. This inspired me to come up with a new word for the Natural Hair lexicon: Ends Snapping Cold.
The temperatures here in the Rolling Plains are hovering somewhere around 10 degrees Fahrenheit and my hair though thoroughly moisturized still feels like a curly pile of straw.
Admittedly, I am not sure how to calculate the exact temperature of ends snapping cold. But, I am willing to guess that it occurs any time the weather dips below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.