Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Tips & Tricks

How to fight Static & Frizz :
By: Don Stacy Patronelli

When the winter rolls around, the heats on, the sweaters come out, and sure enough, the frizz and flyaway’s go hayw
ire. We know static can pretty much ruin a good hair day. Static happens when the dry winter air gives your hair a positive electric charge, causing hair strands to stand on end. Luckily, we have a few tips on how deal with this pesky little problem!

Oil Up.
Rubbing a bit of your favorite hair oil will help to weigh down your hair and counteract the electricity. In desperate times, lotion also works in the same way. Just rub a bit on your hands and work through, just don’t use too much- you don’t want your hair to look greasy!
Go Every Other Day.
Just as hair oil will help weigh down your strands, going a day in between washes will allow the natural oils from your scalp to battle the static.
Use a Dryer Sheet.
Believe it or not; dryer sheets can actually reduce static buildup in hair and clothes. An added plus is they are easy to carry with you in your purse.
Brush It Out.
Use a natural fiber brush with a wood handle. Natural fibers like boar bristles help distribute natural oils from your scalp to coat and protect hair.
Add In Moisture.
Using leave in conditioners and hair masks
to add moisture back into the hair is highly recommended to help calm and tame strands. 

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