Keep your hair dry

Try and keep your hair dry for as long as possible. Usually we lose around 50-60 strands of hair but during monsoons we lose somewhere around 200 strands without even knowing it. 

Use a mild shampoo
Apart from dandruff and hair fall you might as well have an oily scalp. So you must wash your hair regularly with a mild shampoo. You can shampoo daily if your hair is exposed to rain water every day.

Watch your Diet
Protein is the most important nutrient for healthy hair. So, if you want to show off your mane, you must eat foods that are a rich source of protein, such as salmons, eggs, carrots, whole grains, dark green veggies, kidney beans, nuts, low-fat dairy products etc. 

Conditioning regularly is vital
The elevated levels of humidity in the air lead to hair becoming coarse and dry, which in turn makes the hair frizzy. Conditioning them regularly helps to get rid of the frizziness making it easier for you to manage.
Other tips include:
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Use wide-toothed comb
  • Don’t comb your hair when it’s wet
  • Do not share combs
  • Go for short hair cuts if your hair is long