Hat hair: what is it and how can you cope with it?

Hat hair: what is it and how can you cope with it?

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Hat hair… This phrase may sound a little bit ridiculous, however it only means hair static from any hat or scarf. Such a problem is super relevant in autumn, when we do our best in order to warm up. Despite the fact that hair static is harmless to the locks, strands sticking out in different directions often look messy. How can you cope with hat hair? Find it out in this article!

  - If you use shampoos and conditioners for oily hair, try replacing them with products for dry and damaged locks, so as not to over-dry the hair, but to moisturize it.

 - Use a hair oil that moisturizes and nourishes dry hair well.

 - Wash your hair every other day, not every day. It’s better to rinse your hair with cool water, especially in the cold season.

 - To prevent the hair from electrifying, use products with an antistatic effect. Almost all well-known brands produce them. One of such products is Divine Plume Sensation serum. This ultra-light finisher reduces unwanted frizz and makes hair obedient and smooth, coping with hair static. Coconut oil in the composition has nourishing properties, promoting intense hair shine, and restoring damaged hair.

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