Static Electricity In Hair
January 13, 2012 by staff
Static Electricity In Hair, Static electricity and winter time; they go hand and hand. Static can be a real nuisance, especially when it comes to your hair. But there are ways to control it.
Whether we blow it , tease it or just let it be, hair can take a real beating in the winter months, especially when it comes to static electricity.
“The cold dry weather really strips our hair of moisture and coupled with the heated environment inside, it doesn’t help at all,” says stylist Paul Wharton.
Good ways to avoid static hair?
“In the cold winter months you really need to cut your shampoo regiment in half,” Wharton says.
And pick your shampoos carefully, Wharton says.
“Choose shampoos that are sulfate free and non-foaming.”
And moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. Use products with vitamin e, shea oil, coconut oil and natural carotene.
When getting out of the shower, blot your hair, don’t vigorously dry it with a towel.
“When you shake it dry with a towel, you are roughing up the cuticle which will only make the fly always worse,” says Wharton.
And the home remedy of dryers sheets can help, But don’t over do them.
“In a pinch, throw one in your purse, pull it out, smooth it out… perfect.”
Perfect tips for perfect hair in the new year.
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