How do you control static electricity in hair?

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Static electricity in hair can be controlled by using a silicon-based conditioner and putting some lotion in the hair, cutting down on hair products containing alcohol or even simply having a change of hairbrush.
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Water gets rid of it, so you can just get your hair slightly damp and it will get rid of the static electricity.
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1. Keep a humidifier running in your home. When dry air is a problem, especially in the winter when heaters are on and the humidity is low, a humidifier adds moisture to the air.
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1. Increase the humidity levels in your home to discourage static cling. Low humidity causes the hair to dry out, creating the perfect environment for static. Purchase a humidifier
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1. Mist hair brush with water. Moistening the bristles can help get rid of unwanted static electricity. 2. Spritz brush bristles with hair spray. Used in moderation, hair spray applications
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