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Static Hair Preventions and/or Solutions

Winter is here and so is static in our hair which is created by the cold weather. Staticky hair can be a huge problem for some gals. It is more common for gals with fine or thin hair. The more you brush your hair the more static you will have. Not only is it frustrating, but very annoying! Here are some helpful tips to avoid and/or treat staticky hair situations.

Winter is here and so is static in our hair which is created by the cold weather. Staticky hair can be a huge problem for some gals. It is more common for gals with fine or thin hair. The more you brush your hair the more static you will have. Not only is it frustrating, but very annoying! Here are some helpful tips to avoid and/or treat staticky hair situations.
7 Tips to Avoid Static Hair:
-Tip one: Use conditioner after shampooing your hair and use a deep-conditioner treatment once a week.
-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.
3 Tips for Treating Static Hair:
-Tip one: Spray your hair, brush, and clothing with static-guard. This product is found in the laundry aisle at any local stores.
-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.

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