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7 Tips To Monsoon Proof Your Hair

7 Tips To Monsoon Proof Your Hair

The way your hair behaves can make or break a look.A one-off bad hair day is easy to coverup, but a perpetual one thanks to the monsoon can be a nightmare. Fret no more!We’ve got expert hairstylist, Martina Wu to tell you how to rain proof your hair.

To Wash Or Not To Wash Straight Hair

To Wash Or Not To Wash Straight Hair
Straight hair tends to get oily sooner and with the high humidity during monsoons, even more so. If this is your hair type, wash your hair with a sulphate-free shampoo to keep it looking fresh and in place. Image: Findhomeremedy.com

To Wash Or Not To Wash Curly Hair

To Wash Or Not To Wash Curly Hair
Avoid washing curly hair altogether. It will only strip your already-dry hair off all its moisture. Bunk the shampoo and just massage a cleansing conditioner into your scalp and rinse. Top that off with an intense conditioner. Image: Walmart.com

To Wash Or Not Wash Rain Drenched Hair

To Wash Or Not Wash Rain Drenched Hair
If you’ve just managed to get wet in the rain, make sure you wash your hair! The minerals and pollutants in rain water can end up damaging your tresses. Use a mild shampoo and get the gunk off. Image: Alldatmatterz.com

The Last Rinse

The Last Rinse
While a hot shower sounds super comforting, it only opens your hair cuticles to cause more damage. After your wash and conditioning routine, do the last rinse with ice cold water. This will close the cuticles and prevent frizz. Image:Greenhealer.com

Say No To The Towel

Say No To The Towel
Rubbing your hair with a regular towel to dry it will only roughen your cuticles. Use an old cotton tee or a micro fibre towel instead and just wrap your hair in it and dab to squeeze out the water. Image:Hairworldmag.com

Post Wash Pamper

Post Wash Pamper
Top your hair with a leave-in-conditioner when semi dry. Add a few drops of coconut oil to the leave-in for that extra dash of moisture.  Image: Organicfacts.net

Avoid Heat Tools

Avoid Heat Tools
Your blow dryer, straightener and curling tong won’t really help you beat the rain hair. It’s all a temporary solution. Using too much heat will only make your hair frizzier and dry.  Image: Shopify.com

Hair Styling

Hair Styling
Keeping your hair in its natural state in this season is the best thing you could do for it.Style it in a way that protects it and makes it looks chic at the same time.Think a fishtail braid, a messy bun or top knot. Image:Tasha Farsaci/Youtube.com
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