7 Anti-Static Products For Smooth Hair Through Spring

Putting on your favorite wool sweater ends with a halo of flyaways; removing your trusty beanie after a particularly chilly commute puts you on a one-way train to static central. Sound familiar? There are worse problems to have, to be sure — but if you're ready to nix those pesky flyaways regardless, there are ways to make it happen without compromising on warmth.

"Hair tends to get staticky in the wintertime because there's a lack of moisture in the air, which hair strands rely on for movement and volume," Sacha Mitic, stylist and co-founder of Sachajuan, tells Refinery29. And yes, your bundle-up accessories are another culprit: They usually contain synthetic fibers that naturally repel hair strands.

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"To reduce static, you need to add moisture back into the hair," Mitic explains. "After styling, use an argan-based hair oil or serum to seal the hair follicle and lock in moisture. During the winter months, consider adding a hair mask or treatment to your routine at least once a week." Ahead, seven other ways to address static-prone hair this season.

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IGK Laid-Back Defrizz and Anti-Static Spray


If you want to maintain natural volume and texture while still managing frizz, look for a super-lightweight styling spray like this one, which contains panthenol to condition. Use it on damp hair before you blow dry, as a final styling step, or on dry hair for touch-ups as needed.
IGK Laid-Back$29.00 $20.00 Buy

Sachajuan Hairspray Light and Flexible


A common hack to quickly nix flyaways is to spray hairspray onto a comb and gently run it through your hair. This one gets the job done sans stickiness or crunch factor.
Sachajuan Hairspray Light and Flexible$35.00 Buy

Captain Blankenship Mermaid Hair Oil


Keeping your hair hydrated is important 365 days a year, but it's especially key when your strands start defying gravity. "Use a hydrating conditioner after shampooing, and follow with a leave-in conditioner," Mitik advises. (A good hair oil will also do the trick.)
Captain Blankenship Mermaid Hair Oil$34.00 Buy
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Scionse ExStatyk - Anti Static Hair Mist


This Amazon hidden gem offers a veil of anti-static protection that won't weigh down even the finest of hair types.
Scionse ExStatyk Anti Static Hair Mist$19.75 Buy

R+Co FOIL Frizz + Static Control Spray


Don't let the extremely good packaging trick you into thinking this is just another pretty product: The stuff inside is truly magic when it comes to taming frizz and giving hair a major shine boost, too.
R+Co FOIL Frizz & Static Control Spray$29.00 Buy

Redken Frizz Dismiss Anti Static Oil Mist

If you're looking for a product that's more substantial than a spray and lighter than the typical oil, this is it. This oil-based mist instantly smoothes and conditions strands, but is lightweight enough to leave volume intact.
Redken Frizz Dismiss Anti Static Oil Mist$32.00 Buy

Davines Melu Hair Shield


To reduce static, Rob Peetoom master stylist Linda de Zeeuw recommends that clients invest in a leave-in product to keep hair moisturized all day. This invisible mist not only tames flyaways, but also works as a heat protectant, making it an ideal pre- and post-styling product.
Davines Melu Hair Shield$37.00 Buy
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