In winter, our hair tends to stand on end. The air is colder and drier, so there is less humidity, which causes static electricity.
Fine hair is even more prone to this phenomenon. What could be more irritating than getting ready for an hour in the morning to finally see our hairstyle ruined! Good news, there are tricks to fix this problem.
Use the right shampoo
Choose mild shampoos that will moisturize your hair without weighing it down. Also consider using hair conditioner. If possible, let your hair air dry, otherwise, use a hair dryer on the lowest setting possible.
😉 Avoid plastic brushes
To detangle your hair, use plastic brushes or combs as little as possible. Opt for natural materials such as a boar bristle brush or a wooden comb . Our detangling and shine brush is perfect for avoiding this phenomenon and hydrating your hair by distributing the sebum.
👍 Use suitable products
You can use a styling spray that will protect your hair and prevent static electricity. You can also spray some hairspray on your hands and run it through your hair.
💦 Hydrate your hair
The more your hair is hydrated, the less it will be subject to this phenomenon. Therefore, do not hesitate to regularly make masks for dry hair. You will find several recipes for homemade masks in a previous article.
👉 Avoid synthetic clothes
Synthetic clothes are static themselves, and therefore aggravate the effect on your hair. To limit this phenomenon, choose natural materials such as cotton, wool, linen...
🙌 Hydrate your hands
It may seem surprising, but as a last resort, this trick works wonders. If you are no longer at home and when you take off your scarf or your sweater, your hair starts to do anything, apply a little cream to your hands and rub it in so that it soaks in. You can then run your fingers through your hair. You will see, it works great!
With all these tricks, you can say goodbye to static electricity on your hair!!