Rainy season is upon us and although bad hair days do happen, they don't have to happen more frequently just because the weather is way wetter than usual. But rain = humidity = frizz so what can we do in those moments where hiding out indoors just isn't an option? Aside from always bringing an umbrella if there's even the slightest chance of precipitation, here are some steps you should take for rain-resistant, frizz-free hair. An important tip: Be careful not to overdo it with anti-frizz products -- choose depending on your hair type and method of styling, and use sparingly.
Skip the heat styling
Once you’re cleaned and conditioned, detangle with a wide-toothed comb or Tangle Teezer ($15) to avoid breakage. Do not brush your hair. If it’s one of those lazy rainy days that isn’t exactly motivating you to spend too much time on your tresses, opt for an easy ballerina bun, top knot, cute braids or whatever you like that will keep your hair relatively contained. A lazy loose style looks effortlessly sexy no matter what your hair type and can even be done while your hair is still wet.