Have a Good Hair Day Every Single Day
Hair Tip No. 1
Prevent static by patting your hair with an unscented dryer sheet (really).
Hair Tip No. 2
Avoid split ends by hydrating hair with a leave-in conditioner, since colder temperatures make breakage more likely.
Star Product: Intense Moisture Mask
"This creamy mask makes hair healthy and hydrated—and it's affordable enough that you can apply it liberally." —Rebecca Deczynski, editorial assistant, @rebeccadecz
Coconut Milk Infusion Mask by Suave Professionals, $5, target.com.
Get Soft, Supple Skin That's Never Dry
Summer isn't the only season for a glowing complexion.
Skin Tip No. 1
Protect yourself from your scratchiest wool sweaters with a thin cotton tee—the irritation from sweater-to-skin contact could cause redness and rough patches all over.
Skin Tip No. 2
UV rays can still damage your skin, even from behind winter's perpetual cloak of clouds. Keep a bottle of SPF 25 in sight and in mind.
Star Product: A Serious Face Cream
"I thought moisturizers that hydrate this well without being greasy and that actually brighten the wearer's complexion were the stuff of skin-care fairy tales—but this is so, so real." —Rebecca Bates, senior editor, @re.beccabates
Bio.digital Perfection Moisturizer, $118, exoskinsimple.com.
Raise Your Hand If You Want Better Looking Nails
Prevent flaky cuticles, pesky hangnails, and brittle nails all at once.
Nail Tip No. 1
Keep hand lotion and cuticle cream in your bag—this will remind you to apply them on a daily basis, which will keep nails from drying and breaking under the stress of frigid climates.
Nail Tip No. 2
Don't rip hangnails! Do this instead: soak your fingers in warm water, snip hangnails with a nail clipper, then protect skin with antibacterial cream.
Star Product: The Sneaky-Luxe Hand Mask
"Melting this hand mask in the microwave makes caring for my perpetually dry nail beds a lot more fun than it ought to be." —Nicola Dall'Asen, editorial intern, @nikkidallasen
The Cutesy Cuticle Care: Golden Handshake, $5, lushusa.com.