You use all the right products in your hair. You don’t towel dry it. You only brush it when it’s wet. Yet, the moment you step outside — POOF — frizz attacks like some 50s-era horror movie, and you’re left with a mess and no explanation why.
It’s okay. It’s not you. It’s your hair and its longstanding, complicated relationship with the water in the atmosphere.
Part 1 of My Series: “What You May Have Missed in School.”
If you just read the words “Dew Point” and assumed it’s the time of day you can finally crack open a Mountain Dew, you are wrong. You should never reach that point of day. I’m talking about that confusing number you always ignore when you’re looking at the day’s humidity, the thing that looks like temperature, but isn’t.