If, like me, you find that dry indoor heat causes you to have static hair in the colder months, you might find this tip from my hair stylist helpful. She suggested I generously rub a dryer sheet all over my hair when it’s static. I tried that with Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Dryer Sheets, and it worked. It greatly minimized static hair all day.

My beanies can give me hectic static hair. So I keep a dryer sheet inside each beanie when storing them. I remove the sheet when I wear the beanie, and pop it back inside when I place them back in the drawer. This has helped quite a bit too.

Also, if an item of clothing is being particularly static, as in it crackles when I put it on or take it off, I rub a dryer sheet over the surface of the garment. It’s more successful than I expected. Has anyone else tried this trick? Maybe you have other ways of preventing static hair.