Beauty tips: Hair breakage is common during rain, know how you can stop it!


While monsoon brings a much-needed respite after the summer heat, it also initiates many hair care issues. Let us tell you that hair breakage is one of the common diseases, which is completely different from hair loss. Hair fall is the result of various factors including certain medical conditions, hair breakage is mostly due to poor styling habits and changes in weather. Hair can become extremely brittle, dry, and eventually damaged as a result of increased moisture and acid rainwater during monsoon. Brushing and combing the hair vigorously, and sleeping with wet hair can also lead to hair breakage.


1. Moisturize Your Hair

For your information, let us tell you that hair breakage is a common problem due to damaged or brittle hair. This is mostly because your hair may not be getting enough moisture. 

Massaging your hair and scalp with natural oils at least twice a week helps retain moisture. Coconut oil is rich in vitamins A and E, which also help get rid of frizz, and is a popular choice. Apart from that, you can also use a hydrating conditioner to help moisturize your hair.

2. Avoid Using Styling Products

Mind you, your daily styling routine can give you a dream hairstyle, too much heat on the hair will eventually do more harm than good for your overall hair health. Exposure to excessive heat when using styling products, such as straighteners or curlers, can lead to hair breakage. Constant heating and cooling can also weaken hair, leaving the hair brittle and dull.

3. Brush and Comb Gently

Don't be harsh on your hair, comb it gently. Be careful when working on the ends of your hair as they tend to be brittle. Also, avoid detangling wet hair with a brush to prevent breakage.


4. Trim the Hair Regularly

For your information, let us tell you that trimming your hair regularly can prevent hair breakage as well as reduce hair breakage. If your hair is damaged and prone to breakage, it can lead to hair fall, but it can be prevented with regular haircuts. Hair that is trimmed frequently is less likely to have damaged, brittle, or weak split ends.