Hair Crisis: How to Keep Hair Dry in the Shower with 6 Easy, Fast Solutions

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Hair Crisis: How to Keep Hair Dry in the Shower with 6 Easy, Fast Solutions



You're in a rush and you need a quick shower before heading out. But you're stuck with a huge problem. You don't know how to protect your hair, and you don't have the time to style your hair again if it gets wet. Read the following tips as mentioned below and learn from the Experts at DermSpotlight. In this article, we'll look at how to keep hair dry in the shower and solve it with six solutions so you can enjoy your showers quickly and easily with completely dry hair. Visit Now

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1. Use a Towel

Wrapping a small towel around your head can help protect your hair from getting wet. The towel will gather all of your hair in one place, off your shoulders, and under the fabric. It will provide a layer of protection against any splashes or light amounts of water. This method works if you can easily shower with your head out of the water. The towel, however, can become soggy with too much water or steam. That, in turn, can cause your hair to become damp.



2. A Plastic Bag is a Great Option

Gathering your hair in a low bun, you can tie a plastic bag around your head, using the handles like string and tying it at the back. Any excess plastic and hair can be tucked into where the handles are tied. It's 100% waterproof, and an inexpensive method, and will work as a quick alternative for your hair. Because the plastic is light, this works best with short-to-medium-length hair. Heavy and long hair may slip out the back of the plastic bag, making showering difficult.

3. Change the Angle of the Showerhead

For another idea, changing the angle of the water can help keep water off your head. By making the angle lower so it's hitting the mid-range of your body instead of your head, you can more easily keep your hair out of the water. This method works best if there is ventilation in the bathroom so excess humidity doesn't cause frizz in your hair. Also keeping your hair off your shoulders and back by tying it up in a loose bun helps keep water off the edges of your hair.

4. Try a Handheld Shower

Similar to changing the angle, a handheld showerhead gives you the most control over your shower. You determine where the water goes, and you can easily keep the water off your hair by directing it lower on your body. Having your hair tied up in a low bun like before also helps ensure water stays off all of your hair.

5. Take a Bath

A bath is a great alternative. You can easily keep your hair out of the water while you bathe, and there's next to no downward splashing that could cause potential dampness. It will be easier to keep your hair dry with this method, and a lot more relaxing. If your hair is short, there's no need to tie it up in a bun. But if it's longer, it's still a good idea to gather it up at the base of your head so you know it's far away from the bathwater, and won't accidentally get wet.

6. Best Choice: Keep Your Hair Dry with a Shower Cap

This is exactly why shower caps are so great as they're made specially to keep hair dry in the shower. They're easy to put on, easy to take off, and made of 100% waterproof material. Simply gather your hair up at the base of your head, take the back edge of the shower cap and put it at the nape of your neck, and pull the shower cap over your head. You can then tuck in any loose strands and adjust the cap so it's sitting properly around your hairline.

What Kind of Shower Cap?




Strong Elastic and Adjustable Bow


Look for a shower cap that has a strong elastic band. You will want to avoid thin elastic as these are flimsy and don't hold hair strongly. Then your hair may be continually slipping out while you shower. Strong elastic bands firmly hold to your head, keeping your hair in and making your showers easy. Also, look for an adjustable bow so you can fine-tune the fit. This gives you control over how tight or loose you want your cap to be.

Breathable Lining that Prevents Humidity

Better than a towel and a plastic bag combined, you will want to look for a shower cap with an inner lining that prevents moisture from disturbing your hairstyle and causing frizz.

Try a Shower Cap Designed Especially for You

Grace & Company specializes in shower caps; they are designed by women, for women. Our collection is 100% waterproof, breathable, and reusable. They're made of premium performance fabric and come in beautiful designs, accented by a stylish bow. If you're looking for an easy way to keep your hair dry in the shower, try the Grace & Company shower cap and be on your way to luxurious, easy showers today.

Conclusion

Whether you're short on time or just want to save your hair from the trouble of getting wet, there are many ways to keep your hair dry in the shower. First, you can change the angle of the showerhead, use a handheld showerhead or take a bath. Secondly, you can try on a towel or a plastic bag for quick options. And lastly, the easiest way is to pull on a shower cap that is sturdy, breathable and fits tight to protect your hair from water and humidity.

Now you'll be able to enjoy showers easily with dry hair all the time.










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