No more hair trou­ble

Has mon­soon left your hair dull and limp? PRIYANKA RAVANI PUNAMIYA shares how you can bring your tresses back to life.

Hair - - The Style Guide -

The rains may have bid their farewell but have cer­tainly left your hair look­ing like a mon­strous mess; even af­ter all the care you took dur­ing the light driz­zle or when it rained cats and dogs. Yes, even though you did ev­ery­thing right—from check­ing the weather app, to shield­ing your tresses by be­ing equipped with an um­brella or wind­breaker. Ad­di­tion­ally, de­spite us­ing the right pre­cau­tion­ary prod­ucts, your hair still looks like a gi­ant fuzzball. Now you’re won­der­ing what more does a girl have to do to sal­vage the sit­u­a­tion? Don’t worry we’ll straighten (or curl) out this prob­lem with hair fixes.

1 Con­cern: The nat­u­ral oils of your hair are stripped away dur­ing the rains, leav­ing the strands look­ing dull and life­less.

Solution: A deep mois­tur­is­ing treat­ment that helps re­in­force the hair’s nat­u­ral strength and brings back the lost lus­tre.

Prod­uct Rec­om­men­da­tion: Ma­trix Bi­o­lage Ad­vanced Fiber­strong Masque is the ul­ti­mate source of hy­dra­tion for your hair! Ap­ply the mask on your hair af­ter your sham­poo-con­di­tioner rou­tine; leave on for 10 min­utes and rinse. Use it once or twice a week.

2 Con­cern: Did you know hair falls more dur­ing the mon­soons? Ac­cord­ing to hair­styl­ist Am­jad Habib, hair fall dur­ing the mon­soon sea­son in­creases by 30 per­cent.

Solution: The need to re­duce in­flam­ma­tion, which in turn will re­pair the dam­aged hair fol­li­cles and stop hair fall.

Prod­uct Rec­om­men­da­tion: Use Evion Vi­ta­min E Cap­sules in a home rem­edy. Take one medium onion, blend it and squeeze out the juice. In the onion juice, add the oil of two vi­ta­min E cap­sules (cut it and pour). Ap­ply the po­tion from root to ends of your hair, leave on for 30 min­utes be­fore hair wash. For best re­sults use it be­fore each wash.

3 Con­cern: The colour from your hair gets washed out dur­ing the rains. You can­not avoid this prob­lem, un­less you lock lock your­self in a room dur­ing the en­tire rainy sea­son.

Solution: A gen­tle hair cleanser will do the heavy lift­ing of— re­mov­ing dulling residues, keep­ing the colour in­tact and seal­ing in shine and vi­brancy.

Prod­uct Rec­om­men­da­tion: The Body Shop Rain­for­est Ra­di­ance Sham­poo and Con­di­tioner. Use this duo ev­ery time you wash your hair and it will be the clos­est thing to magic you will en­counter.

4 Con­cern: The in­crease in hu­mid­ity is what causes pesky prob­lems like dan­druff, as your scalp be­comes a breed­ing ground due to the wet weather.

Solution: An anti-bac­te­rial and anti-fun­gal treat­ment, as it will put a stop to your dan­druff woes.

Prod­uct Rec­om­men­da­tion: WOW Skin Sci­ence Aloe Vera Gel. Take two/three squirts of the gel (or more de­pend­ing on hair length), and ap­ply lib­er­ally from scalp to ends of your hair; leave it on overnight. Sham­poo in morn­ing. Re­peat be­fore each hair wash.

5 Con­cern: The breezy weather, mois­ture and rain water, a.k.a the ter­ri­ble trio, strip away the up­per­most layer of the hair; mak­ing them brit­tle, rough and dam­aged.

Solution: Use a good qual­ity serum to smoothen and soften the hair. With pro­longed use it will re­verse the dam­ag­ing ef­fects of en­vi­ron­men­tal stress. Prod­uct Rec­om­men­da­tion: L’Oc­c­i­tane Aro­ma­cholo­gie Re­pair­ing Oil will give a good fight to your dry and dam­aged hair. Ap­ply a pea sized drop (or a lit­tle more) on semi-wet hair af­ter a wash, but use spar­ingly or your hair will look greasy.

6 Con­cern: Get­ting wet in the rains doesn’t seem like such a good idea any­more, right? Rain water makes your hair weak and more sus­cep­ti­ble to break­age.

Solution: Main fo­cus should be on re­viv­ing your hair, and bring­ing back the lost health. Once you achieve the two #hair­goals, shiny and silky tresses will fol­low the suit.

Prod­uct Rec­om­men­da­tion: Moroc­canoil Hair Treat­ment is a boon for bad hair. Use one pump of the prod­uct on your hair as a leave-in con­di­tioner, post each wash. Or you can ap­ply this on damp/ dry hair post your sham­poo —con­di­tioner rou­tine, as a serum. The prod­uct has mul­ti­ple uses: use it as a leave-in con­di­tioner, serum, and ap­ply­ing the oil be­fore heat styling for a smooth fin­ish.

Ma­trix Bi­o­lage Ad­vanced Fiber­strong Masque

L’oc­c­i­tane Aro­ma­cholo­gie Re­pair­ing Oil The Body Shop Ra­di­ance Sham­poo and Con­di­tioner

Wow Skin Sci­ence Aloe Vera Gel

Moroc­canoil Hair Treat­ment

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