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Hair care in monsoon?

Asked by puja gogia, 08 Jul '08 11:35 am
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Avoid combing wet hair. Applying little bit of good quality moisturizer helps in fighting against hair frizz. Oil massaging is good for maintaining the health of your hair. But make sure you do not leave oil for more than an hour on your hair. Make sure you use two different products for shampooing as well for conditioning. This is because shampoo only cleans your scalp whereas conditioner cleans your hair.
Answered by Zeus, 08 Jul '08 02:27 pm

 
  
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Here are a few tips to ensure that you never have a bad hair day this entire monsoon.

Beat the frizz

"Frizzy hair can be a real problem in the monsoon. The best way to beat it is to apply a good leave-in conditioner," says Nitasha Shukur, hairstylist and owner of Under The Treee at Tham Salon, Colaba, Mumbai.

Always use a good quality product. One of the best, which Nitasha recommends, is L'Oreal Liss Extreme Leave-in Conditioner (50 ml for Rs 500) .

How to use: Shampoo your hair, apply the leave-in conditioner and let it air-dry. Do not wash off.

Say no to hot hair treatments

A big no-no in the monsoon is harsh heat on your hair. According to Nitasha, "It's preferable to avoid treatments like straightening or perming during this season." Just put the hair-dryers away for the next three months!

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Answered by Rukhsana.Siddiqui, 08 Jul '08 12:36 pm

 
  
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1. Clean Scalp & regular shampooing
2. Oiling hairs before shampoo
3. Do not tie wet hair
4. Tie hair
Answered by Harpreet Kaur, 08 Jul '08 11:40 am

 
  
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I keep my wig at home during rains :-)))
Answered by sk anarkat, 08 Jul '08 11:39 am

 
  
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Head & shou............
Answered by MANOJ, 08 Jul '08 11:38 am

 
  
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Wash it everyday.
Answered by sanjeev gandhi, 09 Jul '08 03:51 pm

 
  
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Regular shampoo & keep it dry, dnot wet in rain
Answered by vidhi, 08 Jul '08 11:37 am

 
  
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Very zaroori
Answered by Manish Luthra, 08 Jul '08 11:36 am

 
  
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Remove the hairs
Answered by yusuf syed, 08 Jul '08 11:41 am

 
  
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1. Regularly wash your hair, may be twice or thrice in a week is a must for ladies having long hairs - the moisture in the air makes the hair very oily
2. do apply coconut oil regularly before taking head bath
3. use mild shampoo
Answered by Sunita, 08 Jul '08 11:39 am

 
  
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