I'm a hair pro & there's a £1 trick to stop hair getting tangled in damp weather – people never guess what it is | The Sun

AS the great British weather is constantly changing, it may feel like our hair becomes more difficult to maintain.

Whether it's staying on top of your tangles or maintaining the frizz, the weather never seems to help.

And this is because the level of humidity in the air is greater than the level of water in your hair – even when your hair is dry, it’s still holding onto a small amount of moisture.

According to hair experts, humidity goes into your hair and rearranges the bonds inside each hair fibre, turning a smooth look into chaos.

Our hair can sometimes feel the brunt of this and look dry and unconditioned.

However, there are ways to prevent and protect your hair as we head into Spring – regardless of time, lifestyle or budget. 


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Trichologist, Angela Onuoha has four top tips on how to take care of your hair after months of cold weather, heated homes and hats.


Angela says: “Shampoo your hair at least once a week and focus on the scalp while you wash it. 

“Focusing on the scalp and letting the shampoo cleanse your hair as you rinse it off will help avoid damage to the hair cuticle. 

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“The Tangle Teezer Scalp Exfoliator & Massager helps to loosen up the buildup and dry flakes on your scalp whilst also giving you a massage.”


Angela says: “Conditioner plays a huge role in the health of your hair. 

“Conditioner coats the hair with the proteins and moisture it needs to stay hydrated, perfect for damaged hair. 

“It’s best to apply conditioner to towel dried hair to make sure the hair has capacity for better hydration! 

“This is also the perfect way to prep the hair for detangling, especially if you have textured hair.”


Angela says: “One of the most common causes of cuticle damage is using the wrong brush for your hair type. 

“It’s important to look for a brush that is specifically designed to reduce tension and friction on the hair without compromising its ability to effectively detangle it in its most fragile state.

“Tangle Teezer has a variety of detangling brushes designed to work with your hair type and condition.” 


Angela says: “Complete your wash day by sealing your dried hair with a good oil. 

“These cost as little as £1 from stores like The Range.

“If your hair is naturally quite dry, you can also apply a drop before going to bed as a little TLC treatment. 

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“View applying a hair oil as your ‘topcoat’, the same way you’d apply a topcoat after painting your nails.

"It acts as a barrier, helping to reduce friction and protect the hair from heat.”

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