Published: 8/September/21/10:51: 09:38
While monsoonis the epitome of romance—inspiring poems, sonnets, and songs—it paints a very different picture for your hair.
While monsoonis the epitome of romance—inspiring poems, sonnets, and songs—it paints a very different picture for your hair. Limp, frizzy hair plagues most women during the season, and you need to take care of your locks!
Read our expert hair care tips to keep your tresses bouncy, shiny, and full of life during the rains.
Humidity coupled with rainwater is a recipe for disaster. You need to shampoo your hair once or twice a week and cleanse your scalp to perfection. We suggest using the pH Rejuvenating Shampoo, replete with liquorice and orange blossom extracts, elements that prevent hair loss while regenerating and energising your scalp.
No skipping on conditioner
As the monsoon season renders your hair lifeless and frizzy, the perfect antidote is conditioning. Don’t apply conditioner on your scalp but rather from the middle of your locks to the end. For ultimate softness, try the pH smooth perfect conditioner. Bringing the goodness of monoi oil and magnolia extract, it tames your hair, leaving it lustrous, silky, and scented.
Keep your hair dry
It seems simple enough, but can you manage this in a middle of a downpour? Rainwater is acidic and extremely dirty. Surely your hair needs protection. Follow these tips to keep your hair as dry as possible:
• Always carry an umbrella with you, even if you have a raincoat on.
• Tie your hair in a ponytail or bun to prevent frizz and tangles.
• Dry your hair, as soon as you come back home, with a towel.
• Place a scarf on your head and tie it up fashionably.
The solution to limp hair
Rain leads to limp hair, devoid of any vitality or shine. Constant exposure to humidity is bad for the scalp. Using a detangler or elixir could give you just the right touch of magic to transform dull and frizzy hair into silky and smooth tresses. Products like the pH Hydrating Leave-In Detangler with vanilla and iris extracts are a true game-changer. Just spray it onto damp hair after a shower and watch as your hair bounces in joy.
Coloured hair? Try this tip
To prevent your hair colour from bleeding, try dampening it and protecting the outer layer with a small amount of conditioner. Make sure to rinse when you’re home as you shouldn’t leave the conditioner in for several hours.
Beat the heat
Avoid heat-styling your locks during the season. Your scalp is fighting the weather and doesn’t need an added flare of heat to make it worse. In case you really need to, blow-drying is a better option than using an iron. Apply a heat-resistant product to equalize the effects.
Oil it up
Your hair needs regular nourishment, even if you don’t step out too frequently. From deep conditioning to hair masks, it’s time to use all your supplies! A traditional oil massage also does the trick.
Here are our expert tips? Have any questions? Don’t hesitate to comment below.