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Expert Tips For Hair Care During Monsoon

Monsoon calls for extra hair care. The downpours leave hair tampered, dry, and frizzy. But you know you don’t need to worry when you have us. Right? So here we go, here are some amazing hair care tips you must remember for the love of those lovely tresses you possess.

No matter how much you are tempted, you must wash your hair only twice a week. It helps restore the natural oil balance of your scalp and keeps from dryness of the scalp and hair.

Hair serums and hair packs are your hair’s elixir for monsoons. Dab on some serum during every wash.

Also go for hair masks quite regularly. They help a great deal in keeping hair healthy and frizz free and hence manageable.

For those with naturally dry hair, monsoons demand extra care. Hair masks are one of the best ways to make sure your hair get the best monsoon care. You may use a market bought hair mask, or go for DIY hair masks. Just remember to use a hair mask every time you wash your hair. Keep the mask on for at least 15-20 minutes before washing it off.

Hair care products must ideally be from the same brand. So, the shampoo, conditioner, serum and spray you use must be of the same brand. Changing of too many brands rapidly may result in hair fall and damage.

Many dermatologists and cosmetologists stress on the importance of having a protein rich diet during monsoon. Protein prevents dryness of hair during the season of downpour.

Tone down the use of styling products and allow the hair to dry naturally. Tying down your hair in a neat ponytail or braids is a good idea to keep you from going through bad hair days.

Avoid chemical treatments during monsoon, as the chemicals may react with the rain water leading to more problems for the hair.

Go for healthy diet during the downpours. Cut down on caffeine and junk food. Eat more fiber like sprouts, green salads, leafy vegetables and fresh fruits.

Enjoy the most of the monsoon without having to worry about those beloved tresses of yours. Happy Monsoon to you.