These electric currents often occur when air and hair are drier than usual. Mix this in with certain hair products or clothing materials and you can conduct negative versus positive electrons that cause some serious fly-aways.
Here’s how to beat static this sweater season
Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer
The fast-drying hairdryer not only measures heat so hair isn’t overdried, but the ionic system seals in hair cuticles so that it retains optimum levels of moisture which in turn reduces static and increases hair shine.
Philip B Russian Amber Imperial Conditioning Crème
Perfect for your in-shower treatment, this Amber oil, healing L-Amino Acids and nourishing Rosemary, Chamomile and Sage extract formula will revive the driest of tresses. The formula also restores hair’s optimal pH balance, so hair is hydrated and moisturised with no signs of static!
Oribe Côte D’Azur Hair Refresher
A soft scented mist that refreshes hair, neutralises odors, provides UV protection and has a key ingredient Centrimonium Chloride to condition and cut static.
Ouai Anti Frizz Smoothing Sheets
The purse-friendly hemp paper sheets keep fly-aways at bay. Blended with coconut oil and shea butter that nourish strands, maximise shine and shut down static.
Kérastase Fluidissime Anti Frizz Spray
A hair-smoothing thermal spray that combat static for up to 72 hours and gives you heat protection and luminous shiny hair.
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Aveda Dry Remedy Daily Moisturising
Philip Kingsley Vented Grooming Brush
The handy natural wooden brush has anti-static properties for perfect blow-dries and zero fly-aways.