Hair Care in Humidity!
It’s obvious humidity causes hair to freak out making it hard to control. The reason being the hair strands themselves have no idea what they are doing, constantly expanding and contracting based on the water in the air. One day your hair can be flat and lifeless, and the next turn into a static frizzy mess.
The first step to hair care in humidity is to work with the natural texture of your hair. Don’t fight with your hair, work with it. If your hair is flat and heavy, avoid blunt cuts and add more layers to give body and movement. Fine hair in humid climates can become lifeless as it absorbs water from the air and becomes weighed down. The humidity along with layers will act as a natural volumizer. If you have curly hair, don’t flat iron it as it will only cause heat damage, dried-out strands, and very frizzy hair. Using a blow dryer or flat iron will tell wavy or curly hair to contract, but once it hits the humid air, it will be compelled to expand. Your hours of hard work will be wasted, reversed when dry thirsty hair soaks up H2O from the air.
Make sure your hair is well nourished and hydrated. Also lock in that hydration after styling with a small amount of hair serum, like Cristophe Professional Extra Strength Hair Serum, distributed evenly through your strands. Don’t rely just on Ant-Frizz shampoo and conditioners to give you that even distribution of frizz fighting power. Styling aids are effective tools in caring for your hair in humid weather. Ensure your hair is well hydrated and won’t need moisture from the air to help it to keep from freaking out; as well as working with your hairs’ natural texture to maximize your daily hairstyle.