How to make hair not static?
The reason your hair is full of static is that your hair lacks moisture. You need to use a moisturizing conditioner and not apply it to the roots, just the mishit to the ends. If you still don’t want to use the conditioner, then use the spray in the conditioner. Cold winter air is less humid, yet in summer, the air is more humid, so the water in the air allows electricity to flow off of the hair shaft rather than building up and causing hair static.
If you are not using a hair conditioner, it’s time to start. Keep conditioning product concentrated on the end of the hair if you are concerned about greasiness or conditioner weighing your hair down. These light moisture shampoos are also a good choice for keeping conditioning light yet compelling.
Another tip is to get a static quad and spray it from away into your brush. You can also get the unscented dryer sheets and rub one on your hair to remove the static.
Some other tips for not making hair static
- Use dryer sheets. I learned this tip a few years ago and have been using it ever since. Dryer sheets are helpful. I rub them on my brushes and combs and even run them along my hair to destroy that pesky flyaway.
- Try lotion. If you’re out or in a hotel room like I was yesterday. Rub a dollop into your hands, and then run your fingers through your hair. Of course, a little bit will go a long way, so use your lotion sparingly!
- Use Control Spray. There are so many sprays on the market that are cheaper, but I received the branded particular bouquet as a sample, which worked wonders. It eliminated my staticky hair problem like enchantment.
- Crank up the humidifier. A humidifier will increase the moisture level in your room, thereby terminating the static problem.
- Hairspray is your friend. Spray a generous amount of hairspray onto your hairbrush and brush your hair. It helps get rid of the static.
- Dry your hair with a branded dryer. This kind of dryer not only HUGELY diminish the amount of time it takes to dry your hair. These hair dryers aren’t necessarily costly.
- Use combs made of rubber or metal. I need to follow my own here. Plastic combs are the harmful contributors to static.
- Use a silicone-based conditioner. The silicone will neutralize the electric charger.
- Brush your hair with a natural bristle brush. They’re more costly but worth it. Not only do they help allocate natural oils evenly throughout your hair, making it shinier, they also decrease static.
- Don’t wear rubber-soled shoes. Rubber-soled shoes accumulate electrical charge, contribute to staticky hair, and get shocked when you touch something.