Hair Care Tips To Beat Bad Hair Days for the Rainy Season

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If you’ve ever had a bad hair day, you know for sure that bad hair days during the rainy season are even worse!

Hair problems during the rainy season get more frequent and a lot worse because of dirty rainwater, acid rain, and increased humidity levels which can have negative effects on your scalp and hair. This is why you should give your hair as much attention as you did last summer and modify your hair care routine to match the rainy season.

Here are a few tips to keep in mind to help you take better care of your hair in the following rainy days:

Keep your hair away from the rain

Try your best to keep your hair from getting wet by rainwater. In the urban environment, rain contains a considerable amount of pollutants that may weaken your hair’s shaft bonds, causing your hair to look dull and flat.

Cover your hair by wearing a wide-brimmed hat and always bring an umbrella when heading out.

Tone down your styling products

The rainy season is not a good time for suffocating your hair with styling products. Aside from building up chemicals on your scalp, it also increases the sweat content on your hair which is very difficult to wash off.

Condition your hair regularly

During the rainy monsoon season, the levels of humidity rise. This spike in humidity levels could lead to hair becoming dry and rough. If left uncared for from the onset, your hair could get unmanageably frizzy. To counter this effect, regularly condition your hair to keep it moisturized and easier to manage.

Shampoo your hair regularly

The power of shampooing your hair regularly without overdoing it goes beyond fighting dandruff, hair fall, and oiliness. Washing your hair with a mild shampoo will help keep your hair from becoming limp during the rainy season. A good shampoo will help add volume to your hair.

Avoid hot chemical treatments

Chemical treatments that make use of heat are double the trouble for your hair, especially when done during the rainy season. These treatments could weaken your hair shaft and lead to breakage. So keep it all natural for now.

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