To get rid of static in your hair, use hydrating shampoo and conditioner, apply frizz-fighting products, dry your hair with an ionic blow dryer, and touch it up with dryer sheets. This one-hour procedure requires hydrating shampoo and conditioner, a comb, anti-frizz styling products, an ionic blow dryer, and dryer sheets.
- Wash and condition your hair
Wash your hair with a hydrating shampoo, rinse it with warm water, and apply a nourishing conditioner. Leave the conditioner in your hair for five minutes, then rinse it out with cool water.
- Apply a frizz-fighting product
Rub a small amount of anti-frizz cream between your fingertips, and apply it to the ends of your hair. Then, spray all of your hair with a leave-in conditioning spray. Comb your hair thoroughly to distribute the products.
- Dry your hair
Blow-dry your hair with an ionic dryer. Comb your hair as little as possible during and after drying, because combing generates static electricity.
- Touch up with dryer sheets
Get rid of static throughout the day by smoothing a dryer sheet over your head. Start at your hairline, and pull the sheet along your hair from the roots to the tips. Do not rub it sideways across your head or scrub it back and forth.