Is your hair feel­ing the mon­soon blues, guys?

Here’s how to ban dull and sticky hair even as it pours

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle - Ab­hi­nav Verma ■ ab­hi­nav. verma@ hin­dus­tan­times. com

Acou­ple of hours on the road in the mon­soon not only leaves one brav­ing traf­fic jams and pud­dles, but also a lot of hair woes. It is tougher for men, be­cause un­like girls, they may not be par­tic­u­lar about reg­u­lar hair care dur­ing the mon­soon. From dan­druff, stick­i­ness to dull brit­tle hair, men face the worst of bad hair days dur­ing the rain.

Here’s a few hair care tip for men this mon­soon:

1 Be­fore you sham­poo your hair, mas­sage your scalp with curd. This pre­vents

dan­druff, dry­ness and also pre­vents hair loss.

2 Use a mild sham­poo. Sham­poo your hair two-three times a week. This pre­vents fun­gal in­fec­tion. It also helps to keep the scalp clean and pre­vents dry­ness.

3 To com­bat frizzi­ness, use an anti-fizz con­di­tioner to de-tan­gle your hair. Use the comb to spread the con­di­tioner and rinse it with cold wa­ter. This adds shine to your cu­ti­cles.


Go easy on the hair styling part; avoid hair gels and oil­ing your hair. Although, you can oil your hair once in 15 days,

but reg­u­lar oil­ing will at­tract dust and grime. Fur­ther, com­bined with the sweat, it can cause dan­druff and scalp in­fec­tions.


Avoid us­ing hair sprays and hair dry­ers, as they will only lead to frizzy and brit­tle hair. In­stead go for a hair spa or use a hair serum af­ter wash­ing your locks. Hair serum con­tains sil­i­con, which pro­vides a nat­u­ral shine to your hair. Serum is an anti-hu­mid­ity prod­uct and works well in the rainy sea­son.

(In­puts from Shah­naz Husain, beauty ex­pert and Karuna Mal­ho­tra, hair spe­cial­ist)

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