Easy Ways To Get Rid Of Hair Static By Expertease for Hair & Beauty Call Us On 08 9418 8874
Hair strands have an electrical charge. The charge can be positive or negative and when two positively charged strands repel each other, we have to deal with hair that sticks out and very difficult to manage.
Those with fine, limp hair are prone to hair static. As soon as the temperature drops and the air becomes drier, the hair strands attract positive electrical charges making each strand repel other strands.
To tame flyaway, staticky hair, the key is to keep hair moisturised during dry, cold weather. This is achieved through regular conditioning and deep conditioning treatments.
Since static is also caused by friction, avoid using a plastic comb and use a metal comb instead. And when styling your hair, use mousse or styling spray to keep it manageable and static-free.
If you have to blow-dry your hair, do not forget to apply hair serum or hair oil. After using a hair dryer, rub a small amount of hair oil or serum between your palms and lightly smooth through your hair, focusing on the ends. This will help control static and add shine.