How to Deal with 10 Monsoon Hair Problems

We tend to embrace the romantic, breezy monsoon breeze with open arms and long hair. More often than not, our silky, shiny locks are the ones that suffer the most. After the monsoon, hair can become dry, lifeless, heavy, and brittle.

So whether you’re puddle dancing in the rain or just enjoying the view from afar, the humidity will find you and get into your hair. Eventually, you won’t be able to escape the hair woes.

You can do some things to avoid hair loss and scalp infections caused by the monsoon. There are 10 tips. These easy tips will help you maintain your hair’s health and make the most of the season.

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Shampoo at least twice a weak monsoon oil can make hair oily. The result is a dry, matted, and heavy head. This problem can be easily solved by washing your hair twice weekly with organic or diluted shampoo. Healthy hair is determined by how many chemicals your hair receives in a given week. This should not exceed 0.

Do not condition your hair but the scalp.

Your conditioner’s application will determine how healthy and smooth your hair is. You should start in the middle of your hair and work up to the ends. You will see frizz-free hair in a few weeks if you don’t use too much or too little.

Microfibre Towels Go a Long Way

Dry, wet hair can lead to fungal and bacterial infections. After shampooing and conditioning your hair, you can dry it with a microfibre towel.

This class of towels absorbs water quickly and minimizes friction between hair & towel. It can also save the pain of your hair falling like rain in the monsoon.

Regular oil massages are a must.

Regularly nourishing your hair will ensure that they retain its shine, texture and color for a very long time. Oil is the best product to use for this purpose. I know how busy our lives can be. That is why I created the perfect solution. Champi your hair with the oil you choose, let it sit for 15 minutes, then rinse.

You can tie your hair in loose ponytails or buns.

Sweat can build up on your scalp if you have a tight hairstyle during rainy seasons. Untied hair in the rain can lead to fungus and bacteria growth. Finding a compromise where your hair can be tied in loose buns or ponytails is a good idea. Danger averted!

Say yes to hair masks.

These hair masks are great for restoring your hair’s body and quality in this harsh weather. Make your hair masks or purchase some from our organic hair care brands. This one is our favorite!

Choose the Right Comb

First, don’t comb your hair while they are still wet. They will become weaker at the roots and fall like dead leaves. Even if you do comb them, be sure to use a wide-toothed comb. It is easy to untangle locks and prevent them from further falling apart.

Hair Spa

Hair spas are especially beneficial for the roots. They can be done at home or in a salon. You can bring back your hair’s life by having a spa once a month. This tip is great for rainy days.

You are what you eat.

It is essential to eat well while dealing with the monsoon. You can damage your hair by rain, but a balanced diet rich in vitamins and minerals, such as iron and potassium, will help you get out of this mess quickly.

We should also be avoiding junk food. The greasiness of the food can make your hair thin and fragile. Also, reduce the amount of caffeine to avoid hair loss due to dehydration.

Give up on styling your hair.

First, avoid hair heating devices like curling irons and hair straighteners. If you need to, use a blowdryer instead. To protect your hair from excess moisture, wrap it in a scarf or headband.