How To Monsoon Proof Your Hair

Along with the relief from the scorching heat, the rainy season also seeps in the fear of itchy scalp, frizzy hair and hair loss. The monsoons just double up our hair problems, now don’t they? The hair looks limp and the scalp is sweaty thanks to all the humidity. Plus, if you get drenched in the rainwater, it just adds more to your hair woes. Don’t get all worked up with worries, as we are here to tell you just how you can monsoon proof your mane.

1. To Wash OR Not To Wash

We know the urge to wash your hair every day during the monsoons, but frequent washing strips the hair of its natural oils. The urge to wash your hair every day is real but it only does more harm than good! Frequent washing strips the hair of its natural oils. So stick to washing your hair thrice a week. Use the BBLUNT Perfect Balance Shampoo For Normal To Dry Hair as it will give you the perfectly moisturized, healthy hair.

2. The Last Rinse

While a hot shower sounds super comforting, it leads to opening your hair cuticles and causes more damage. Therefore, after you’re finished with the hair cleansing routine, do the last rinse with ice cold water. This will close the cuticles and prevent frizz.

3. Bye-Bye Towels

Drying your mane with a regular towel only roughens up the cuticles. Switch to an old tee or a micro fibre towel instead and just wrap it around your head, while dabbing and squeezing out the extra water

4. Post Wash Care

Having a protective layer on your mane is of utmost importance during the rainy season. On damp, towel dried hair, take a coin-sized amount of the BBLUNT Climate Control Anti-Frizz Leave-In Cream and work it from mid-length and ends, this ensures the frizz is away while protecting your mane from the environmental hazards. Looking for a more specific monsoon hair care routine? Check Akanksha Redhu’s Monsoon Hair Care Regimen
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