Seasonal hair shedding is such a nightmare! It doesn’t get so serious for me every season or even every year but once it does, I swear to you ladies, I have a feeling I’ll either go bald or go crazy! I wasted a lot of nerves until I’ve discovered how to cope with hair shedding and I must tell you, there are ways to make sure even the most serious of shedding doesn’t bother you that much. You don’t have anything to risk but a few minutes of your time! Take a look at this list of easy cures for hair shedding problems that have been driving you crazy, try them out and start enjoying every season:
1. Brush More Often
Once the seasonal hair shedding starts showing its ugly face, even us ladies with wavy to curly hair have to start working on our relationship with a brush or a comb! I know, I know, it ruins the curls and makes your hair look like you’ve been playing with high voltage, but it’s the only way to get rid of the dead hairs stuck in the mass of healthy, live ones. I usually comb mine twice- once in the morning and once before bed but you can do it more often if you’d like. Oh, and in case you’re worried this will mess up your curls, here’s the trick – run wet fingers through your hair once you’re done brushing (or spritz some water in case this happens to be a more convenient option for you) and give your curls about 15-30 minutes to air dry and regroup.