How To Tackle Hair Static This Season
November and December, in our country, are supposed to be cold and dry. And this means, lots of static hair all over the place! Frizz and fly-aways that result due to hair static can be really annoying. Our hair sticks to the cheeks, stands on its' ends and simply looks terrible. To bust any bad hair this season, our team has compiled a list of several tried and tested remedies to get rid of static hair.
Dryer sheets: You must've heard this one already, and yes, it really does work wonders. Just slide a dryer sheet gently on your hair to remove any annoying static and tame fly-away hair.
Moisturizer: For those of you who have extremely dry and dull hair, you may apply a few drops of moisturizer – yes, the one that you apply on your face – on the tips of your hair. It makes a big difference and keeps the hair from riding up.
Argan oil: This oil is a miracle potion for all types of hair woes. Dry, dull, greasy or damaged, any hair type can benefit from the nourishing properties that argan oil offers. And among its many qualities is the quality to tame static hair.
Hairspray: Use some hairspray to set your hair once you've styled them. This will take care of the fly-aways for the greater part of the day.
Ionic hair dryer: If you have extremely frizzy hair, an ionic hair dryer is what you need. It infuses negative ions in your hair that cling to them and reduce fly-aways.
Wooden comb: Ditch your plastic comb! Try switching to a rubber or wooden comb if you have a bad case of hair-static. It will not only reduce your frizz but also save your hair from further damage.
Conditioner: If you don't condition your hair regularly then you need to start now! Winters are harsh on our hair and they need regular nourishment to remain healthy and voluminous.
Oil massage: A good hot oil massage will take care of all your hair woes. Mix 1 tablespoon of coconut oil and 1 tablespoon of olive or castor oil and heat it in the microwave for 5 seconds. Apply with your fingers all over your scalp and through the lengths of your hair.
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Chickpeas: Soak a cup of chickpeas overnight and grind them to a smooth paste the next morning. Add a tablespoon of either coconut or olive oil and apply to your hair. Wash off after an hour to get rid of all the dust, grime and static from your hair.