Is the rain over? Maybe not quite. North Texas has received lots of rain lately, but don’t let it interfere with those gorgeous tresses!
Let’s talk about that rainy weather hair! Why does my hair get frizzy in the rain? Well, here’s the scientific answer: Humid air causes hydrogen bonds to form, between water molecules and proteins in your hair, triggering curls and frizz - Air becomes humid after rain, causing hair to become frizzy.If your hair is not chemically straightened, humidity will definitely cause ironed hair to become curly.
How can I avoid the frizz? All hair is unique. Depending on the manageability of your hair, there are some ways to eliminate or at least reduce the frizz. Use heat protecting spray or an anti-frizz product.
For those with unruly hair, sleek your hair into a bun or ponytail, using a soft holding gel or mouse. Don’t over do it. You want to avoid a “crunchy look.” Hey, if you are just not in the mood to deal with your hair on those rainy days, choose your favorite hat or wig! .