How To Save Your Hair From Rain Damage

Even if you’re the sort to whip out an umbrella at the slightest drizzle, you probably still find yourself stepping into the office with gross hair whenever it rains.

A downpour increases humidity and moisture in the atmosphere, which intensifies the bond between the water and proteins in your hair. This is why it gets extra frizzy and curly when there’s a shower.

In addition, rain is often acidic and carries pollutants, damaging our hair even more.

Want to put a stop to this hairy situation? Here are some things you can do to stop the wet weather from raining on your parade. With November and December being some of the wettest months in Singapore, you’re probably going to need these tips more than you think.

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