-Tip two: Use a leave-in-conditioner for dry hair or use a quarter size of hair gel on your wet hair and comb it through.
-Tip three: Avoid hair products that contain a lot of alcohol such as hairspray, volume root lifter and/or moose. These products dry the hair and make it more prone to staticky hair.
-Tip four: It is best to let the hair dry naturally. However, if you must blow dry your hair use a natural bristle hair brush. Stay away from plastic brushes or synthetic fiber brushes.
-Tip five: Use a silk pillow case. Cotton pillow cases will absorb the oils of your hair causing your hair to dry and add more static.
-Tip six: Prevent wearing synthetic fiber clothing when the weather is windy.
-Tip Seven: Use a humidifier in your home. It is a great way to prevent static.
-Tip two: Use natural oil for dry hair.
– Tip three: Use dryer sheet and swipe it on your hair. Dryer sheets not only work great with clothes but it also works well on hair. This is a good way to prevent static electricity from building up. Keep dryer sheets handy, in your car or purse just in case of a static attack.