We can all breathe a sense of relief now that the monsoon has arrived since it will help lift our spirits during this gloomy time. While the beauty of the cool breeze and cleansing rain must be winning your hearts, sadly, it may also be robbing your hair of its luster. Your hair will likely become limp, lifeless, and heavy during the monsoon season. Due to the high amounts of humidity in the air, hair also becomes frizzy. Avoid letting the wet season damage your hair. Enjoy the rain by adhering to these five hair care guidelines.

  1. Keep your scalp and hair clean

During the monsoon, it’s crucial to keep the scalp and hair clean. Use a decent shampoo that is appropriate for your hair type to completely clean your scalp and hair. Don’t forget to use a moisturizing and nourishing conditioner on your hair.

  • Use coconut oil

Applying coconut oil to your hair 15 minutes before shampooing will help condition it. Coconut oil pre-shampoo treatment makes hair oily and reduces the amount of water your hair absorbs during washing. It also addresses issues with the scalp in both men and women.

  • Hairstyles

Choose hairstyles that are simple to maintain and aid in preventing frizz and tangles during the monsoon season. We’d suggest hairstyles like a tidy bun, a sleek ponytail, a clever tidy braid, etc. for the current season.

  • Use the right comb

Do not immediately comb your wet hair because it is at its weakest. Select a wide-toothed comb to help detangle your hair quickly. To prevent the hair from breaking while combing, ensure that the comb’s teeth have appropriate space between them. Additionally, it’s important to avoid sharing combs to stop fungus infections.

  • Be careful when you go out

Although staying at home is highly advised in the current scenario, if you must go outside, make sure you take safety precautions for yourself and pay close attention to your hair. To keep your hair dry and covered, use hoods, scarves, umbrellas, or caps. In case you get caught in the rain, you can also keep a tiny hairdryer in your suitcase to dry your hair.