Hair - - Monsoon Fixes -

In case your hair gets com­pletely drenched, no quick fix can save the sit­u­a­tion. The only an­swer is a good, long hair wash. A plain shower is def­i­nitely not enough. Cleanse and con­di­tion your hair, and then blowdry it or let it dry out nat­u­rally. Don’t use too many prod­ucts; a good leave-in con­di­tioner should do the job. Also, dur­ing the mon­soons, the hair is prone to split ends, etc. So, a reg­u­lar hair­cut, fol­lowed by a good hair spa or treat­ment, is a good idea. Jain shares the fol­low­ing tips for mon­soon hair­care: • Avoid brushes. Use a wide tooth comb in­stead. • Keep braids smooth and sleek in­stead of messy or unkempt. • Us­ing a heated tong to de­fine your own curls, or a flat iron or straight­en­ing brush for straight hair will leave you less sus­cep­ti­ble to un­in­ten­tional frizz. • A leave-in con­di­tioner or serum is a must af­ter ev­ery hair wash. Don’t for­get to spritz on some anti-hu­mid­ity hair­spray for that per­fect fin­ish. • Don’t walk out with damp hair. Make sure you dry your hair 100% af­ter a hair wash, as that will help you to avoid frizz. • Sea salt spray is amaz­ing for fight­ing wa­ter, es­pe­cially for ones with curly or wavy hair.

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