- Oil your hair
- Use the right comb
- Avoid using a hair towel
- Use the right range of products
- Tie your hair up
Oil your hair
An obvious reason why your hair is conducting an electric charge is because it’s devoid of moisture. This is when you need to pamper your hair by way of an oil massage. We suggest relying on the Indulekha Bringha Oil for this purpose. This one’s known for its medicinal properties that has the power to hydrate your tresses and reduce hair fall, which is common in the winters.
Use the right comb
Winters are when you might lose a lot of hair, thanks to thinning and dehydration. This is why you need to be careful about your hair tools. Using a plastic comb at this point is a big no-no. Use metal combs that are known to reduce the static in your hair.
Avoid using a hair towel
We’ve told you about the T-shirt drying rule, haven’t we? A cotton tee shirt is less abrasive as opposed to the roughness of a regular towel that often sucks out the naturals oils from your hair—something you absolutely want to ignore when it comes to static hair problems.
Use the right range of products
If you use a shampoo and conditioner targeted towards dry and frizzy hair, the problems related to hair static will be a lot more in control. We suggest going with the Dove Dryness Care Shampoo and Conditioner. The Pro-Moisture Complex nourishes strands from the cellular level and protects them from daily wear and tear— something you need to stay away from, especially during this season. It’s the perfect pick to keep your tresses fabulous all through the winters.
Tie your hair up
It really does feel terrible when your face has to bear the brunt of hair static. So as much as possible try tying your hair into braids or just find a way to keep your hair away from your face by pinning it up.