How To Identify If Your Hair Is Dehydrated

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Just like your skin, hair can become parched and lackluster when deprived of moisture. Dehydrated hair can lead to breakage, split ends, and an overall dull appearance. So, what are the signs that your hair is dehydrated? 
Lack of Elasticity: Healthy hair should have a certain degree of elasticity, meaning it can stretch and return to its original state without breaking. Dehydrated hair loses its elasticity, becoming brittle and prone to breakage.
Rough Texture: When your hair lacks moisture, the cuticles become rough and raised, giving your strands a coarse and tangled texture. Instead of feeling smooth and soft, dehydrated hair may seem rough to the touch.
Frizz and Flyaways: If you notice an increase in frizz and flyaways, it could be a sign of dehydrated hair. When the hair cuticles are open due to dehydration, they become more susceptible to humidity, resulting in frizzy and unruly locks.
Dull Appearance: Dehydrated hair tends to look lifeless and lackluster. It may lose its natural shine and appear dull even after washing and styling.
Excessive Hair Shedding: While some hair shedding is normal, if you notice an excessive amount of hair falling out, it could be a sign of dehydrated hair. Brittle strands are more likely to break and shed.
Dehydrated hair needs balance, exactly what our StaticJam formula's have been based on. Our top recommendation would be to use The Super Smoothing Kit to strengthen the hair in the shower, whilst adding moisture by doubling up the get glossy and tangle free conditioner as a mask. Then, finish with our seriously good styler to give frizzy flyaways some extra care and smoothness!