The monsoons are a hard time for your hair. While you can’t do anything about the weather, you can do something about how it affects your lovely locks. Here are a few dos and don’ts to keep in mind.
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Do: Sunsilk lusciously Thick and Long Range
It comes highly recommended that every time you get your hair wet in the rain, you come home and have a shower with the new Sunsilk Thick and Long Shampoo and Conditioner. Enriched with Keratin Yoghurt Nutri Complex and co-created by Sunsilk Global Shape and Volume Hair Expert, Teddy Charles, it nourishes your hair from root to tip to give it 2x thickness.

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Do: Hot oil massages
The monsoons can be hard on your hair, so indulge in as many hair treatments and massages as possible. Our favourite is a hot oil champi that nourishes the scalp and soothes our senses. If you don’t have time for an overnight massage, rely on the trusty Dove Elixirs that are just as potent and leave your hair feeling deeply nourished and conditioned.

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Don’t: Styling products
We understand that it’s hard not to keep your hair styled through four months when you have it looking super slick the rest of the eight months of the year but at least in the monsoon, steer clear of the hair products and hair colour. Your locks are already going through a hard time with the humidity and dirty clinging onto them, the last thing you need is another layer of artificial chemicals to make things worse.

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Don’t: Heat styling tools
Just like you need to keep away from styling gels and creams, shelve your styling products as well. The humidity and rainwater can make your scalp itchy and your hair weak and brittle. Things will only get worse if you subject them to heat styling in the form of hair dryers, curling and straightening irons. This monsoons, wear your hair natural.