Our 3 Step Guide To Caring For Your Mane This Monsoon

Written by Nazneen JoshiNov 10, 2016
OUR 3 STEP GUIDE TO CARING FOR YOUR MANE THIS MONSOON
As the monsoons gush in, so do hair care problems. Everything from limp to greasy hair or no hair at all (read: hair fall!), we’ve experienced it all. This season our hair for some inane reason gravitates towards being dull, flat and tangled. So, to make sure you don’t experience the same problems we’ve put together our three most successful defences against monsoon hair. Take a peak!

3 step guide to caring for your mane this monsoon loose hair bun 430x550

The number one tip we can give you to protect your mane during the rainy season is that your hair needs to be washed regularly! Use a mild shampoo that nourishes your hair from the root to tip. You want your hair to have a beautiful thick texture this season and no one does it better than Sunsilk Thick and Long Shampoo and Conditioner with Keratin Yoghurt Nutri Complex.

3 step guide to caring for your mane this monsoon loose hair bun 430x550

Monsoon hair equals frizzy hair and while your scalp might be feeling awfully wet, that does not mean it is being appropriately moisturised. Even in the monsoons, oiling your hair is necessary. Just make sure you don’t let the oil sit in your hair for too long—massage oil into your hair an hour or two before wash time. This will both prevent frizziness in your mane as well as make sure it isn’t dry after you wash your tresses.

3 step guide to caring for your mane this monsoon loose hair bun 430x550

And finally, when it comes to styling your hair, we’ve realised that the hairstyle that both looks the best and is the most beneficial to your delicate strands is a chic, loose bun. Since both tying up your hair as well as leaving it loose exposes it to humidity making it frizzy, a loose bun or ponytail will not trap water while still protecting it from direct humidity plus it looks fabulous and effortless!

Nazneen Joshi

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As the esteemed Dorothy Parker once said "living well is the best revenge" and I take that piece of advice to heart. A babe in the woods for all things theatrical--I like to see drama in the mundane. Fresh off the yacht into this editorial world, I look forward to bringing in a fresh, beautiful perspective.
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