Tips To Win the War Of Static Hair

Snowflakes? Sledding? Chestnuts roasting on an open fire? Yeah, all those winter wonders aren’t worth it if we’ve got to deal with the other thing winter brings us: static hair. DUN DUN DUNNNNNN.

The minute the temperature dips and the air dries up, static surely appears. Ladies with thin, fine and otherwise vulnerable hair are hit hard with static. Hair sticks to our cheeks, flies away from our heads and ruins just about every photo we take.

But this season, we’re putting an end to this. Fly aways NO MORE.


Here are the solutions we’ve come up with to help you this holiday season:

Avoid using a plastic comb. Plastic will only make your hair more staticky. We recommend medal for the winter seasons.

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Run some light moisturizer or hair serum over your ends. Most fine-haired girls would rather give up their left arm rather than get a moisturizing product near their grease-prone strands. But focusing on the problem and getting the right hair product just on the bottoms will help beat the staticky hairs back quite effectively.

This baby will do the trick. — Beautifying Serum by Eufora

What it does: Unique oil complex for hair, skin and scalp. Non-greasy, lightweight and fast absorbing serum delivers superb moisture, softness and shine with antioxidant and antibacterial benefits.

Comb hair with hair spray. It sounds a little yucky, but it’s the oldest trick out there: Spray your comb with a bit of hairspray then run through your hair to tame those flyaways.
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Full Effect Dry Texture Spray by Eufora

What it does: Helps separation to any style. Anti-frizz formula protects your color and creates lasting fullness.

Try an ionic blow dryer. Some people have had success fixing static hair by using an ionic blow dryer. Now this may not work for everyone but it’s worth trying! Ionic blow dryers have negative ions that neutralize the positive ions in your hair to help get rid of static. Make sense? It’s just like doing middle school science all over again.

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