During the rainy season, many people may have the problem of their hair spreading quickly and becoming shaggy even after styling it nicely in the morning. So, we would like to introduce you to some tips to control the spreading of hair due to humidity.
Protect your hair with a leave-in treatment!
The reason hair spreads out due to humidity is that excess moisture enters the hair from areas where the cuticle has peeled off. Therefore, after washing your hair, be sure to dry it as quickly as possible to prevent excess moisture from entering.
The first key is to towel dry your hair thoroughly. After towel-drying your hair to some extent, apply a leave-in treatment to the ends of your hair. The active ingredients in the leave-in treatment stay in your hair for a long time, so it can effectively repair your hair.
How can I improve styling hold?
To prevent your hair from spreading out and becoming shaggy quickly after styling, it is important to dry your hair thoroughly so that no moisture is left behind when styling.
Also, since hair heated by a hair dryer tends to take in moisture easily, it is advisable to cool hair with cool air at the end of styling. When styling, it is also effective to use a blow-dry styling product to improve hold.
Waxes, creams, and hair sprays should also be used in combination after blow-drying.
Condition cuticles to prevent hair from spreading
Hair spreading is caused by moisture entering through gaps in the cuticle, causing the hair to partially expand and swell. Therefore, it is necessary to condition the cuticle to prevent excess moisture from entering. There are two ways to condition the cuticle.
The first is frequent brushing. Brushing not only conditions the cuticle but also spreads moisture evenly. If possible, it is a good idea to brush frequently, even during the week outside.
The second is to blow from above when using a hair dryer. It is effective to apply warm air from the roots to the ends of the hair to condition the cuticles, and then close the cuticles with cold air.
Hair arrangement to prevent spreading
If you have a certain amount of hair length, you can go all out and put your hair in a bun. Arranging hair by twisting it or incorporating braids will keep it from spreading out. Banana clips are also useful for easy arrangements. They are useful for busy mornings, as they allow you to put your hair up in a bun or half-up in a short time.
To fundamentally solve hair spreading, it is important to repair hair damage and protect hair from damage. Remember to use treatments and prevent damage from shampooing and sun exposure.