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Six Interesting Ways To Keep Your Hair Flyaways Exactly Where They Should Be

If you have fairly thin tresses, with no volume and bounce, then your struggle when it comes to managing flyaways is real. Managing less-than-dense tresses is frustrating and challenging.  One reason is its high fragility due to thin texture.

 Moreover, the rogue and thin baby hair is another type of hair flyaway.  The small strands of accented hair do not only ruin your overall look, but also annoy you during different chores.  There are several factors which aggravate this problem, and where the combination of cold air and humidity is often present.

 Not only this ugly combination makes your attire clingy, but also increases static electricity in your hair, leading to hair flyaway.  Broken or newly-grown hair is another common cause of hair flyaways.   The static and dry climate increases the resistance and repulsion among your loose hair strands, making hair flyaway even riotous.

 Women with straight hair often face this problem as their tresses lose moisture quickly than curly hair. Susceptibility to hair flyaway is volatile and changes with seasons. The problem remains permanent if you do not take preventative measures.

However, the good news is that there are ways to get rid of this problem.  We have enumerated six easy tips that can help you keep your hair flyways exactly where they should be.

Ways to Manage Your Hair Flyaways

1.      Use Quality Hair Products

o   Choose What Suits Your Hair

Using products that suit your hair type is essential if you want to keep your hair flyaways at bay.  Excessive use of chemical products is the main reason your hair gets dry and damaged.  Dry hair tends to produce more static electricity and friction that makes it prone to breakage.

In other words, the more you damage your hair, the more broken strands you have. It ultimately increases the strength of hair flyaways.  To counter the product effectively, it is important that you use reliable and quality hair products. A silicon-based serum, in this regard, is a good option as it suits all kind of tresses.   The product is best to keep your hair moisturized, flexible and shiny. 

Furthermore, using hairspray to tame flyaway is another solution. There are many hairsprays available in the market that can help manage flyaways and work best on thin-hair. However, if you have thicker hair, you can go with lightweight pomades to retain much-needed moisture in your hair.

o   Use Quality Conditioner

Skipping conditioner if you have dry hair is a big ‘NO’.  Conditioning helps when it comes to managing flyaway. Particularly, if you have color-treated hair, a lightweight conditioning formula with rich moisturizing agents can help you tame hair flyaways.  You can use a conditioning mask at least twice a week.

2.     Use a Wide-Toothed Comb

 Protecting your tresses from breakage has to be your priority if you want to solve this problem.  Aggressive brushing - especially in soaking-wet tresses is a leading cause of detangled hair.  So refrain from brushing your hair with a normal brush, instead, use a wide-toothed comb.

It is ideal if you avoid brushing wet hair to prevent hair breakage, and eventually future flyaways. Wet/dry brushes also work well, if your hair is fragile.  This is one of the affordable products.

In addition to cutting back vigorous combing, you need to be careful while putting on hats or taking off sweaters. These everyday activities increase friction in your hair strands.  The idea is to keep your hair from rubbing objects as they may deteriorate hair flyaways.

3.     Avoid Using a Towel

 The tip may sound peculiar to you, but it is one of the tried and tested ways to prevent flyaways. Many people have experienced optimal results when they stopped using a towel to dry their hair. They noted a significant difference in the ratio of short, stray upright strands along their hairline.    

Many dermatologists also recommend the minimal use of a towel for wringing and drying hair. You can use lightweight, microfiber towel instead of a regular one.

4.     Use Dryer Sheet

This can be a new addition to your hair care regimen, but is one of the reliable ways to get your static strands to calm down.  Preferably unscented, dryer sheets are easily available in the market.  You just need to cover your hair in the sheets and rub it gently. Reducing static electricity, dryer sheets are very effective at managing flyaways.

5.     Avoid Heat-Styling Tools

 There is no denying that heat -styling tools damage your hair.  To make matters worse, these hot tools also lead to hidden flyaways.  Taming loose strands require you to skip the use of hot iron, straightener and blow dryer.

 If you cannot avoid using these hot tools, try not to use them without applying heat protectants. Besides this, try to use heat-styling tools at the lowest temperature setting.  Using lightweight oil after styling is another way you can protect hair from losing its moisture. It will further save your tresses from turning into parched strands which can, therefore, become flyaways.

6.     Increase Your Hair Conductivity

It is another interesting way you can keep hair flyaways controlled. Hair conductivity refers to the ability of your tresses to conduct electricity. You may not have heard it before, but your hair strands contain electric charge which needs to be neutralized.  The ability is important to avoid friction and static charges.

The leave-in conditioners are best to neutralize electric conductivity in your hair.  These products do not build-up in your hair and you can reapply them multiple times a day. Purchase products that contain ingredients beginning with words like ‘amine’ or ‘quat’. These are stimulants and conduct better electricity than silicones which makes them an excellent static fighter.

 If you do not like leave-in conditioners, you can pick anti-static spray.  It will also give you the same results.

Bottom Line

Overall, hair flyaways are sometimes unavoidable –particularly in winters, but by using the given tips you can surely manage them and keep them in their place.

 

Sources

https://www.self.com/story/tips-for-controlling-static-an

https://focusonhair.com/article/flyaway-facts-stray-hair-fixes?fbrefresh=1531839005

https://www.byrdie.com/beauty-solutions-hair-tips-how-to-tame-unwanted-flyaways-2014/slide10