Monday, January 26, 2015

Wacky Winter Static Hair

It's winter and if you're like me that means static in your hair. I mean sometimes it just looks like this.
It's downright frightening how your hair can look in the winter. But there are a few things that you can do in order to reduce wacky winter static hair.
1. Be Gentle
Be gentle with your hair. Yes, your hair can easily become hypercharged during the winter so make sure that you gently brush your hair with a boar bristle hairbrush or comb. Also, take it easy with your curling iron and blow dryer. Heat dries out your hair, and dry hair has the tendency to be have more static.
2. Moisture
The air is drier in the winter it is important to keep your hair moisturized. Use a conditioner on the ends of your hair. That's the part of your hair that gets really dry so moisturize it. You can also skip a day of washing. Use something to moisturize your hair on a deeper level. I've been using Old Wives Tale Hair Mask since I received a sample to review. And it has helped.
3.  Hair Style
During the winter it is so important to get a regular trim. This removes the driest part of your hair, and decreases the chances for static to develop. If your hair is long style it so that it isn't lying against clothing that might cause your hair to go wild.
4. Dryer Sheets
I know you are saying huh? But carry one of those dryer sheets with you. They are designed to fight static. And well if the first three methods fail you can always take a trip to the restroom and use them on your hair to calm it down.
Music to blog by Unhurried Heart by Harlem Shakes

1 comment:

  1. My hair isn't wild in any way, shape or form thank goodness for that and I have tried to change my hair style a few times without success it always just falls back into the same old style