Monsoon Is Here And Your Hair Needs Attention

Who thought washing hair in the monsoon can be an issue? But we live in a humid zone and the hair is susceptible to damage even in this weather. Now that monsoon is already here and we’re experiencing the first showers, it is time to prepare! And it’s not just your skin that needs extra care. We bring you the best hair care tips for the season, which will help you prevent damage, hair fall, dandruff and other monsoon-related hair problems. If your problems still persist, you need to see a Hair Specialist immediately. For regular frizz, our hair care tips should be enough to help you.
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Take cover
As Murphy had professed, it will start to rain once you step out of your house. While getting your hair wet in the rains looks like a lot of fun, the dampness can loosen shaft bonds and make your hair limp. Try to cover your head with an umbrella or a raincoat, taking special care to cover the hair.   
Detangle that mess
The humidity as well as the wind can lead to knotting of your hair strands in the monsoon. Using a wide-toothed comb is the best way to detangle an unruly mop.
Let it down
Do not tie your hair tightly while stepping out. This could trap the humidity and rainwater in the hair, leading to frizz and damage. Instead, let it down, or tie it in a loose bun or ponytail. If you’re game for it, cut your hair as short as possible for easy maintenance. Avoid styling hair in this weather.
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Oil up
Like every weather, oiling is a must in the monsoon, too, due to the humidity. Oil your hair at least once a week at night with coconut oil. Using your fingertips, give yourself a good head massage and comb through with a separate comb so that the oil spreads evenly on your scalp.
Feed your volume
Shampoo twice a week with herbal products, instead of heavy chemical-based shampoos for a healthy scalp.Use a conditioner every time you shampoo your hair to maintain a glossy look. In case of frizz, make sure you massage your head gently while washing, using your fingertips. Use a hair serum for best results.
Pat it dry
Limit the use of hairdryers this season. Use a towel instead and pat gently to remove the dampness from your hair. In case of emergencies, pat your hair dry before you use a hairdryer.
Dandruff is the enemy!
You’re very likely to get dandruff on your scalp in the monsoon. Use an anti-dandruff shampoo in case such a situation occurs. Switch to neem oil for an irritated scalp.
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Keep it simple
Cancel all your hair spa and coloring appointments in the parlor. Your hair is highly likely to get wet outdoors and ruin all your special treatments.  
Home remedies
Squeeze two lemons and one orange and mix with 2 teaspoons of coconut oil. Apply the mixture on your scalp and hair. Keep your head covered for an hour and wash it off with shampoo. Beer is also a good conditioner. Massage your hair with a beer of your choice and wash it off with cold water.
Eat right, stay healthy
All your skin and hair related problems come down to one thing – your diet. This season, make sure you’re eating foods high in iron and protein. Fish, poultry and eggs are your best bet, but if you’re vegetarian, opt for vegetables like tomato, cauliflower, lettuce, broccoli, cucumber, spinach, walnuts and lentils. Dahi also helps strengthen the hair follicle.

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