Best Shampoo For Dry And Frizzy Hair To Try This Monsoon

Humidity is a major contributing factor during the monsoon season and that can lead to frizzy hair for most. Arm yourself with a serum and hair masque to keep frizziness at bay. While Monsoon is the most awaited season of the year, it’s a trying time for your hair. When the rain hits, the dampness of the weather makes the scalp oily and the roots dry, which then requires constant care & nourishment to leave your hair thick and lustrous. Start a hair care ritual that stays with you through the pitter-patter of the weather, for healthy, gleaming hair.

From scenic views to romantic evenings, there’s a lot to love about the monsoons. Unfortunately, frizzy hair does not feature on that list. The humidity in the air causes our hair to lose moisture, which is why it tends to blow up into a ball of frizz. As we prepare for the monsoon to hit this week here are a few tips to help you keep that mane frizz-free and smooth.

  1. AntiFrizz Leave-In Cream

The Anti-frizz leave-in cream has to be your favourite and the must have in your vanity during the monsoons. BBLUNT’s Climate Control Anti-Frizz Leave-In Cream is enriched with Hydrolyzed keratin, Quinoa & Provitamin B5. This versatile cream ensures your hair looks great, however hot, dry or humid it gets out there! It is specially created for Indian hair and its SPF factor protects your hair from the environment and heat styling damage.

  1. Wash Your Hair After Rain

If your hair gets wet in the rain, it's best to wash it immediately. The rainwater moisture can cause bacteria and tying wet hair can cause breakage and roughness. For washing your hair you can opt for BBLUNT Born Again Shampoo which specially created for stressed hair. It is enriched and made with the goodness of quinoa, hydrolyzed keratin, and provitamin B5. This shampoo comes to the rescue in adverse weather, pollution and chemical treatments as well. The best part? It revitalizes, reinforces, and strengthens hair to prevent damage.

  1. Oiling Is A Must

Oil your hair but massage gently to avoid breakage. Once or twice a week is good for nourishment, but doing it more often is not recommended, as your scalp is already oily due to the weather.

  1. Don’t Blow Dry

When your hair is at its worst, it's best to skip the blow-dry. It can cause hair damage and more frizz. After washing your hair, you can apply a serum sparingly and dry your hair naturally.

  1. Use A Soft Towel

 The first thing we all do after stepping out of a shower is to aggressively dry our hair with a towel. But using a thick, abrasive bathing towel can make your hair dry and frizzy. Ditch your cotton towels for a softer one, preferably one that comes with microfiber technology.

 Wanna know more about monsoon hair? Check out Essential Tips For Monsoon Hair Care





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