November 5, 2016
So your hair is suddenly static and frizzy? Especially, when the weather changes,
ever wonder why? It’s because your mane is trying to balance an internal water
content alongwith the amount of water in the air all around it. Unfortunately,
damaged hair cannot sustain a proper moisture level. Here’s how you can
continue to have a cool mane affair!
1. Deep conditioning hair treatments make for great hair days because the
change of seasons or an unhealthy environment—dry heat air at home or the
central cooling at work—is not conducive to hair health. Deep conditioning
replenishes moisture, which tends to get depleted, thanks to dry heat or cold dry
2. With the onset of a new season or maybe a new out-of-town assignment, keep
your hair washes to a bare minimum. Say, twice a week. It will prevent your hair
from drying out too much. Also before you leave home for work, ensure you
completely dry your hair because the hair moisture combined with the cold, dry
air can further damage your hair by making it more brittle and dry.
3. Trim your mane regularly to keep your hair/length in great health during a
change of season or for combating pollution. In fact, hair experts say that every
six to eight weeks, one must get a light dusting of the ends to reduce the chance
of getting split ends or dry hair.