Boise Hair Salon Tips: Preventing Winter Static

Are you suffering from static overload? Dry women’s hair is prone to static during the cold winter months due to the lack of moisture in the air. It’s paramount to keep your hair healthy and moisturized throughout the winter to reduce this pesky problem….

Below are a few Boise hair salon tips to help prevent the floating halo effect:

Wooden Combs
Your Boise hair salon stylist recommends using a wooden comb or brush with natural hair bristles as a way to prevent hair static. Plastic ones add electricity to women’s hair while natural materials don’t add any positive charge. Keep in mind they might cost a bit more, but it’s a small price to pay to get ride of your electric hair problems!

Moisturizing Hair Repair Mask
Boost moisture and seal it in with a repairing hair mask. Your Boise hair salon stylist recommends Davines NOUNOU Hair Mask – a nourishing and repairing mask for damaged or very dry hair. Its formula is designed to deeply nourish treated hair, making it soft and silky without weighing it down.

OI Oil – Absolute Beautifying Potion
Your Boise hair salon stylist recommends using Davines OI Absolute Beautifying Potion to your hair-care routine! Benefits include extraordinary shine and softness, strong detangling and restructuring action with amazing anti-frizz effects. After towel drying your hair, apply 2-3 squeezes of OI/ Oil, distributing it evenly on the lengths and ends, then dry. It will give you a healthy boost of shine and prevent further static.

Dryer Sheets
While dryer sheets are meant to get the static out of your clothing, they can equally work their magic on your hair when you’re in a pinch. Simply run a sheet over your strands and voila! As an added benefit, your hair will smell great!

Lotion
Hand lotion also works great for static emergencies. Since many moisturizers are heavy, only apply a dime size amount or less and run your fingers through your hair. Repeat if necessary until static is at bay.

 

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