The Rainy season brings moisture to hair and comes with it a lot of hair problems. In This season the constant moisture in the air makes your hair roots sensitive and thus your hair is more prone to damage. therefore, it is the season in which your hair needs more attention and care. If it is not taken proper care, the rainy season makes your hair dull and damage. So, here we are presenting tips that works for your hair.
Protect it from Rain
Protect Your Hair from The Rain getting soaked in it might not be the best for your hair health. Protect your hair from the rain as much as you can. Cover it with a cap to protect your hair from rain. The rainy season is quite unpredictable so it’s better to keep an umbrella with you all the time. And to emphasize it more, if by any chance you do get soaked make sure you shampoo your hair as soon as you can and dry them properly.
Use wide Toothed Comb
Use a Wide Tooth Comb, this might sound weird but it isn’t. A fine-tooth comb will be fixed into your hair and can cause more hair damage. Due to the constant moisture, your roots became more sensitive and hence the more damage is caused. A better solution to this would be to use a wide tooth comb. So, use a wide-toothed comb and remember not to comb wet hair. Let your hair dry properly before combing through them.
Try Hair Oil Massage
A common hair issue during the monsoon season is an itchy scalp. itchy scalp can be irritating and makes us uncomfortable. A great way to get rid of an itchy scalp is a refreshing hot oil massage. Massage your scalp with warm coconut oil the night before you wash your hair or at least an hour before hair wash. A coconut oil massage will not only relieve the itchiness and irritation on the scalp, but it also promotes hair growth and prevents hair damage.
Don’t tie wet Hair
This is a major mistake that we do often and one which we need to rectify immediately. Tying wet hair not only makes your hair prone to damage but it also leads to other hair issues like hair fall, dandruff etc. Let your hair dry completely or at least partially before you tie it. Also, when tying partially dried hair, tie them loosely and don’t pull your hair much.
Taking long gaps in between your hair wash in monsoon season is not healthy. An ideal shampoo routine during the monsoon season is washing your hair twice a week with an interval of 2-3 days. This will cleanse your hair and make sure that your hair is not wet frequently. Additionally, if you get wet in the rain make sure to properly shampoo your hair and dry them afterwards. Don’t let your hair remain wet for a long time.
Okay Girls… follow these steps and you never have to worry about the monsoon season damaging your hair. Happy monsoon!!!