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anti-static hair stuff?

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now that it has finally started to get cooler (and drier) outside, static-y hair is inevitable. Does anyone have any products to recommend that combat static? I'm not looking forward to another season of my hair sticking flat to my head everytime I put on or pull off a sweater. thanks.
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i spoke to my wife who is a hairdresser...she said,because you look like you have lots of fine hair,its going to create a lot of static...she recommends GHD products...especially a leave in conditioning spray and normal to fine hair serum

How to Prevent Static Hair in Cold Weather | eHow.com
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Originally Posted by trippybrowneyes View Post
now that it has finally started to get cooler (and drier) outside, static-y hair is inevitable. Does anyone have any products to recommend that combat static? I'm not looking forward to another season of my hair sticking flat to my head everytime I put on or pull off a sweater. thanks.
i have fine hair as well. a quick, dirt cheap solution to this problem is simply lotion! when youre doing your daily lotioning just use the excess from your hands and texturize it through your hair. just a tiny bit is needed and it works wonders for me.
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great for fly-aways too
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thanks for the replies...

doesn't the lotion weigh down your hair though? even if it is only a tiny bit?

peteralexia, I read the article that you linked to, and I tried rubbing the dryer sheet on my head and it worked really well (as I imagine it does in dryers lol). I think I'm going to have to start carrying a box in my purse.
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[quote=trippybrowneyes;1434653]thanks for the replies...

doesn't the lotion weigh down your hair though? even if it is only a tiny bit?



it doesnt weigh down my hair, personally. i just texturize through my hair and then of course use a little hairspray for volume. it works wonders for me!
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I take those dryer sheets that you use to make your clothes non-static-y and smell good and gently glide it down my static-y hair. It lasts for a day as long as I don't go rubbing my hair against things.
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I got this stuff from my hairdresser called Re-Coil and I found that it works GREAT. It's a little on the expensive side ($10 for 12oz) but I wouldn't recommend ANYTHING else.
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