Angelo David Dry Hair Care
Doing a little something extra to up hydration, whether lacking from too much sun or radiator heat, can bounce Dry Hair back to its full glory. We checked in with Angelo David of the eponymous NYC salon to get a few tips on how to CARE DRY HAIR—most importantly, don’t go outside with wet hair and limit the use of products with alcohol and sulfates. Read on for a complete plan to get the most moisture possible into your Dry Hairs.
Securing in moisture doesn’t always mean turning to lubricating products. Angelo David suggests a home humidifier to put moisture back in the air and your hair. We like Staler Form’s William Ultrasonic Humidifier ($230), which can cover up to 1,000 square-feet of space (in spite of its compact size), fends off bacteria with its Ionic Silver Cube, and has a timer, a phonograph mist diffuser and a combined humidistat. The hairstylist also recommends running dryer sheets through hair to avoid static and tame flyaway. While I rather like the Laundromat smell, The Laundress’ nontoxic, biodegradable and allergen-free dryer sheets are made from fragrant plants ($16) and make a more healthy choice.
Applying Angelo David’s Zero Frizz Control cream ($20) to hair directly after washing seals in moisture without weighing hair down. The cream works best when hair is bare to high humidity or dry indoor heat, making it the perfect year-round restorer. They also recommend styling hair with their large round brush ($55), made with a balanced amount of boar’s hair and nylon bristles to prevent breakage and stimulate the scalp—which will help hair grow as well.
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