3 Ways To Get Thicker Hair This Monsoon

Written by Girija NaiksatamNov 10, 2016
By the end of the monsoons in September, most of us will be complaining that our hair has gone brittle and weak thanks to the rains. That’s because rainwater can do more damage to our scalp and tresses than we can imagine. While we can’t really help how badly the weather affects our hair, we can take charge of our hair’s health to ensure that it stays nourished all year round. Here are three simple ways to keep your hair thick and long this monsoon.

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The all new Sunsilk Thick and Long range
You’ll find yourself washing your hair every other day in the monsoon (as you should whenever it gets wet in the rain), so switch your regular shampoo and conditioner with the new Sunsilk Thick and Long Shampoo and Conditioner which is enriched with Keratin Yoghurt Nutri Complex that’s co-created by Sunsilk Global Shape and Volume Hair Expert, Teddy Charles. It nourishes your hair from the root to tip to make it twice as thick, and not to mention, stronger, healthier and longer.

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Give your hair a breather
If you’ve been thinking about giving your hair a break, this is the right time. Shelve all your heat styling equipment, including your straightening and curling irons as well as your styling tools and let your hair get a breather. Opt to air dry your hair (resort to a dryer only when you really need to) and indulge in a pre-shower pampering (coconut oil massages and the like) instead of post shower products.

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A diet rich in Vitamin B and iron
If you want a change in your hair, you’ve got to undergo a change in your diet. Switch over to meals that are rich in Vitamin B, an essential nutrient if you’re looking to improve the health of your hair. You’ll find it in most green veggies and fruits, brown rice and nuts. Also ensure that you’re getting more than the necessary helping of iron in your meals.

Girija Naiksatam

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