How to prevent static in hair…By Schrlau

Things You’ll Need:

  • Treatment conditioner
  • Daily detangling conditioner
  • Leave in styling conditioner
  • Conditioning shampoo
  • Styling products that are non-drying

Step 1:
Shampoo with conditioning shampoos. Rinse with cool water.

Step 2:
Condition daily with detangling conditioner from mid shaft to ends, set 1-2 minutes & rinse. Weekly use a treatment conditioner from mid-shaft to ends to maintain moisture levels. If you blow dry or use heated tools daily condition more often.

Step 3:
Use leave in conditioners and styling product that add moisture to the hair.

Step 4:
Use cool air setting on your blow dryer. Keep the air flow of the blow dryer in a downward motion this will reduce static.

Step 5:
Hold the hair while drying, this will reduce fly aways and encouragement of static.

Step 6:
Put the hair up during times when static is more of a challenge. Try to not rub the hair against any materials, hats, clothes, car seats, etc.

Tips & Warnings

  • Let your hair air dry occasionally, excessive heat from a blow dryer can encourage static
  • Use a Blow dryer that reduces static- “T3”, it may take more time to dry, but it definitely will reduce the static.
  • Fabric softener sheet, need I say more?
  • Occasionally static is encouraged by over drying the hair, so you may need to re-wet the hair and start over.
  • Spray your tools with hairspray to reduce static or rub the static free sheet over them.
  • Helmut head is an alternative, not a pretty one- spray the hair with a stronger hairspray until it no longer moves, static- no worries.
  • Use static free tools. They make a lot of different types of combs and brushes that are static free, use them- year round!