Asked by Judy-J Feb 2012
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ColourQueen55 Feb 2012
Your hair needs moisture. Use a good conditioner such as Moroccan Oil or Loma Glide Spray On conditioner and detangler. When you blow dry your hair spritz a thermal protective spray and use a nozzle to concentrate the heat and point the dryer down the hairs shaft to close the cuticle and prevent flyaways. You can finish with an argon oil product. Use a thin film in the palm of your hand and smooth over your hair. Done!
Sources: Beaux Arts Hair Salon, Loma, static, flyaway hair, haircuts, hair stylist, bellevue, Washington,
Judy-J Feb 2012
Thank you! I tend to let my hair dry naturally as it's so thin anyway I don't like to overstyle - is this maybe why it's so static in the mornings?! Thanks!
Vickieminx1 Feb 2012
Maybe try a leave in conditioner a spray one is a good try
solosalon Feb 2012
Hello, if you get a bristle brush and spray a fine layer of hairspray over the brush and gently go over your hair then use hairspray to hold in postion this should stop static.
Hope this helps
MissToi Feb 2012
Deep conditioners and moistutizing shampoos, but after styling I like to use a fabric softener sheet to run slightly over the hair if there is still a little static.