Reputed Make Up Artist Pooja Goel Shares HerConnoisseur Advice for Monsoon Hair Care
When monsoon knocks your doors, your hair is the most vulnerable victim. With strands of hair going away from your beauty treasury, it is important that you have some handy hacks for hair care against those spells of shower. So let the ‘ Ghane Mulayem Kaale baal’ be your anthem with these beauty hacks.
Meet Pooja Goel: The Woman Behind Those Glowing Faces
Pooja Goel is the renowned Makeup artist and owner of Khoobsurat Salon, Spa and Academy. While we connected with her to share some brief hair care hacks for monsoon, she enlightened us with her connoisseur advice.
The rains bring respite from the heat of the summer but can leave you frustrated when your hair refuses to behave and stay in style. However, by following a few simple tips, you can manage to keep your hair problems to a minimum and look good. With these expert advices from Miss Pooja Goel, we can no wonder unlock the mystery of bouncy, shining hair, just like the diva herself.
• Do not wash your hair often:
There is nothing better than a nice bath when you just get in from the pouring rain. However, washing your hair too often, say every day, can exaggerate the problems you already face. Washing your hair two or three times a week will keep your hair clean and looking good. At the same time, it prevents excessive drying of hair and keeps frizziness to a minimum. Also, do not forget to condition your hair after every wash; you could use a leave-in conditioner to make dry hair more manageable.
Protect from Moisture:
Excessive moisture is the biggest culprit during this season. It affects your hair even if you remain indoors, especially on days when the humidity is high. Depending on your hair type, it may leave your hair frizzy or flat. Hair that is fine, wavy, or curly usually tends to absorb the moisture in the air. This makes fine or thin hair fall flat, but people with wavy or curly hair end up with frizzy strands. The best solution to this is to use a humidity-protective gel before styling. These gels help by forming a protective coat over the hair cuticle and preventing moisture from getting in. You can also follow up with a non-sticky hairspray for extra protection.
Do not experiment too much:
On rainy and extra-humid days, it is usually better not to force your hair into a style that does not feel right. For example, do not attempt to curl hair that is fine and limp or straighten hair that is naturally curly. This is because even a small amount of moisture absorbed by your hair will make it revert back to its natural texture, and your efforts will be in vain. Instead, try and make the most of your natural hair texture by adopting a style that suits you. Rub a generous amount of gel through curls for that tousled look. For fine and straight hair, pulling it back into a ponytail or braid works best
Well, with these beauty hacks in your make up bag, we hope you will have a smiling monsoon ahead.