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lauren_wheeler asked:

21 Jan 2010

why is my hair static 24-7 and nothink worlk i need hellp

i have long haie i straighten it about 2 houses after it goes static i need shampoo ect somthink that will stop it gt any tips????/????

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tornjeansxo

tornjeansxo says:

Posted on 21 Jan 2010

have you ever tried defrizzer? that might help it not get staticy. :P

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 22 Jan 2010

try spraying it with some hair spray



or you can get a de-frizz syrum



also do you use a straightening spray? it's usually a heat protectant that kinda feels like light hairspray

meghanr

meghanr says:

Posted on 22 Jan 2010

I have a couple answers for you:

1) It's wintertime, the air is drier, so that could definitely be a top reason. Unless you don't live somewhere it is cold.

2) If you do live somewhere where it is cold and dry, DO NOT use hairspray as often as you usually would.

Instead, take a spritz bottle and hold it directly above your head and just lightly mist the water above your head, this can help ease the frizziness.

3) Try a bounce sheet. No lie. Dryer sheets are good if you lightly just smooth your top coat of hair with. Don't rub it in, just gently lay it over your hair. It works, and smells good :)

ctl888

ctl888 says:

Posted on 22 Jan 2010

I too use a dryer sheet of my hair is staticy

glamorus_miranda

glamorus_miranda says:

Posted on 22 Jan 2010

dry sheets :)

gogosarahhappyheart

gogosarahhappyheart says:

Posted on 23 Jan 2010

i get that sometimes try damping down your hair brush/comb as u brush you hair and use defrizz serum. hope that helps xx

xxmusicluverxx

xxmusicluverxx says:

Posted on 30 Jan 2010

H-A-I-R-S-P-R-A-Y. This is what I use during the winter, cuz its really staticy at the time. Also, when your hair's still wet after the shower, put some smoothing serum in it. This also helps. And like tornjeansxo says, use a defuzer on your blowdryer. It helps a lot too. :)

glamorus_miranda

glamorus_miranda says:

Posted on 22 Jan 2010

i mean dryer...LOL!

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