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How to Take Care of your Hair in Monsoon?

Hair in Monsoon

While we all monsoon for bringing rainy days and beating the summer heat, unfortunately, women have to take a toll on their hair care routine with this season. Monsoon can make your hair limp, dull, greasy, heavy, and frizzy, owing to high levels of humidity in the air. The acidity in rainwater can also cause hair loss. 

You have to be extra cautious when it comes to your hair on the days when it’s raining cats and dogs outside. Whether you are heading to schools, colleges, offices, or simply resting at home the weather has a direct impact on your hair. You might escape the rain but what can’t escape the season. So you need to be prepared to face hair problems and adopt hair hacks that give your hair maximum protection and care. 

Our team of experts has listed some of the hacks that will help you take care of your hair in the monsoon effectively. 

Protect Your Hair by Covering

One thing you can’t escape in the rainy season is rainwater itself. Even if you are not a rainy person you still have to go outside for daily chores. And in one way or the other, you have to deal with it. Your hair is probably more sensitive to rain than you could ever be. So the hack here While going outside on rainy days make sure you carry umbrella hats or raincoats to avoid your hair getting in direct contact with rain water. Cover your hair properly to avoid excessive dryness and tangles. 

Hair Wash Routine 

Oily Scalp with greasy hair, severe dandruff, and itchiness are the most common hair problems you can experience during monsoon. If you don’t wash your hair properly it can lead to other microbial infections that weaken your hair roots and cause severe hair loss. To avoid this, make sure you maintain your hair hygiene by sticking to Hair Washing Routine. Clean your hair properly with Shampoo & conditioner so that there is no residue left in your hair scalp.

Make it mandatory to wash your hair when your hair comes in direct contact with rainwater because if not dealt with properly it will cause greasiness and dullness to your hair. 

Dry your hair Properly!

With increased humidity levels in the air, you have to face frizzy hair problems. Using blow-dryers and heating tools make it worse for you. Our hair experts suggest using a soft cotton towel to squeeze out the water from your hair after washing. After that, make sure to let them air dry before heading to work. 

Go easy with Styling!

During monsoon, your hair is already sensitive to increased humidity levels in the air, making it prone to breakage. Excessive Use of heat and styling products can damage your hair. Tie your hair to avoid breakage and fizziness. Our hairstylists suggest women go for minimal hairstyles for daily routine in monsoon. You can go for a tight bun, high ponytail, or short braid according to the length of your hair.

Use wide-tooth comb 

It is better to use a wide-toothed comb for your hair, especially when it is wet. The hair is weak at the roots and prone to breakage when it is wet. Combing gently with a wide-tooth comb will help detangle your hair easily, thus reducing hair fall.

Apply DIY hair masks  

For a clean, oil free scalp mix in two egg yolks, an egg white, lemon juice, and a few drops of honey. Generously apply it onto your hair, let it dry, and wash off with a deep cleansing shampoo. This should leave your scalp oil-free and hair supple.

To curb hair fall you need to enhance the blood circulation to your scalp which in turn will improve the growth of hair. For this, boil coconut oil with a few dry Amla pieces, apply it onto your hair twice a week and you will already be on the road to repair your hair.

Aloe vera gel soothes itchy, inflamed scalp while the lactic acid present in yogurt gently exfoliates your scalp. This mask will help remove the depositions of cell debris, dirt, etc. from the hair roots and add shine to your locks. Mix a tablespoon of freshly extracted aloe gel with the required amount of yogurt for best results. Apply this mask on your scalp and hair, and let it dry. Wash it off with shampoo and see the instant results.

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