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6 tips to prevent static hair

Winter is the season of cozy warm sweaters, large scarves to crawl into and.. static hair. The air outside is dryer and inside, we like to crank up the temperature which leads to lower humidity. In short, ideal circumstances for static charge in your hair. With our 6 tips for preventing static hair, you’ll have all the know-how to venture out with lovely-looking locks, even with cold weather. Quickly read on.

1. Use products for dry hair
The change of season - accompanied by weather change - creates different hair needs. In summer, hair often greases up quicker while winter months guarantee dry hair, which can lead to static charge. Switching to more nourishing hair products for dry hair can really help. Extra nourishing ingredients keep the natural moisture level of your hair and scalp in balance, care for your hair cuticles and keeps them flexible.
Shampoos & conditioners for dry hair
2. Use leave-in products
Our tip with cold weather is to always carry a leave-in conditioner or small bottle of hair oil with you. When you notice static charge on-the-go, apply a small amount to your hair to break the static charge. A small amount of hand cream, moisturizer or even water will do the trick as well. 
Our tip with cold weather is to always carry a leave-in conditioner or small bottle of hair oil with you. When you notice static charge on-the-go, apply a small amount to your hair to break the static charge. A small amount of hand cream, moisturizer or even water will do the trick as well.
Leave-in hair products
3. Wash your hair less often
Ingredients in shampoos in combination with warmer shower and bath water, can lead to dryer hair, which creates static charge. A good new habit you can start with immediately, is to wash your hair less often. There are several products that can help you with doing so - think dry shampoos.
Dry shampoos
4. Protection against the heat of styling tools
The use of styling tools makes natural moisture in hair evaporate quicker. So, always use a heat protection product before blow drying, curling or straightening your hair. This creates a protective layer that encloses moisture in the hair cuticle while nourishing ingredients provide extra care.
Heat protective products
5. Use a natural brush or comb
Plastic hairbrushes and combs can create static charge. It’s preferable to use a brush with natural hairs and a wooden comb. Addicted to your favorite plastic brush? Then give this trick a try: spray a royal amount of hairspray on your brush and lightly brush your hair to tame static hairs - it’s super handy to always carry a travel size hairspray with you for on-the-go touch ups.

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Natural hair brushes & hair sprays
6. Use natural products as much as possible
Artificial ingredients in hair products leave a layer that’s harder to remove with washing than natural ingredients. Buildup can cause your hair and scalp to become clogged which keeps active ingredients of hair products from doing their job properly. Try washing your hair with vinegar occasionally to remove buildup - this will help you get the most out of the tips and products mentioned above and vinegar doesn’t dry out your hair.

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