I remember years ago, going to the Science Centre in Toronto and touching that big ball to make my hair stand up on its ends from static electricityHuffington Post wrote an article about Static in Hair saying, “With temperatures dropping at a rapid pace, science kicks in. Electrons, which are negatively charged, fly off your hair, leaving your locks with positive charges that resist each other — thus, static.”
Ways to combat the static from year hair is to put water on a brush or comb (apparently not a plastic comb) and run it through your hair. I have quite often used dryer bounce sheets (unscented only, for me) to eliminate static.
The Huffington Post mentioned an Ionic Hair Dryer. I don’t even know what that means but apparently it dries your hair without removing the moisture. They mentioned hair conditioners that can reduce static, some which have chemicals in them I’d rather not use.
The easiest way is to have a pump bottle full of water and spritz your hair when needed, or putting water on a comb as mentioned above or dryer sheets.
Have a great hair day!
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