Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Can't stand the cling

It's still cold and dry here in NYC.  And one of the things I hate about cold dry weather is what is does to skin and hair.

I especially can't stand static cling in the hair.  Some of my best bets to escape the clings are a natural bristle hair brush.  Synthetic bristles tend to add the problem.  My favorite and a must have in any hairstylists kit is the Mason Pearson.

Brushing your hair with a Mason Pearson activates the tiny oil glands at the scalp so that the oils distribute evenly and lubricate the hair.  Which prevents hair from being brittle and dry.  And dry hair is a major cause of the cling.

A great product to use in your hair while styling is Ojon's Hydrating Styling Cream.  It is infused with palm nut oil to help smooth and hydrate hair.   You hair is less likely to cling if it is well hydrated.  And this leave in product does just that.

When blow drying your hair, I suggest using a negative ion hair dryer.  These dryers use less heat and do less damage to your hair.  Check out the T3 Tourmaline Professional Ceramic Ionic Hair Dryer.   It will cut your hair drying time down in half.

And a great trick for when you experience the cling while on the go is to use a dryer sheet.  Run a sheet over your hair and the static should be controlled.  You can usually find small sized boxes to toss in your purse.

If you're like me and most girls, you can't stand clingy men or clingy hair.  :)

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