by Whitney Foley |

From Women'sHealth:


Sure, spring is right around the corner, but right now you’re still at risk for Hellraiser strands every time you remove your beanie. The static struggle (caused by friction-induced electrical charges) was so real for interior designer Kris Church (she admitted to us she was so riddled with static she couldn’t even pet her dog without shocking him) that she concocted her own antidote. A few spritzes of the all-natural Static Schmatic for Hair ($12,, which can be used pre- or post-cling, coats strands with a combo of glycerin, coconut oil, and water, diffusing would-be shocks and making your day a whole lot less annoying.