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Question Staticky Hair - December 7th 2013, 01:14 AM

I have been letting my hair grow out and now that it is longer, it is full of static. My hair will stick to everything, even my face. My hair is to the middle of my back and is getting hard to handle. Are there any affordable products to help stop this issue that you would recommend? Thanks for your time


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Re: Staticky Hair - December 7th 2013, 01:20 PM

Hair static can be a combination of what you're wearing and the hair products you use. Clothing materials like wool and nylon can hold a lot of the body's static. Certain hair brushes can also cause static when your brush your hair. I have read somewhere in the past that using things like Pomade and using natural bristle brushes can help as well as what you dry your hair with such as drying sheets or towels.


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