Static Electricity

It’s that time of year, the time when nose hairs freeze and the hair on my head either stands on end or clings to my face in such a way I am tempted to cut it off. There isn’t much to be done about the nose hairs except get inside as quickly as possible. But is there some solution to the clinging hair frustration?

Other than spring, that is.

10 thoughts on “Static Electricity”

  1. rub a fabric softener sheet on your head? conditioner?
    What happens when nose hair freezes? This is such a curious thing to me.

  2. My daughter has been looking like a dandelion going to seed these days. A couple of days ago, a woman came up to me in the grocery store and said that I could fix it by rubbing a dryer sheet on her head before blow drying her hair. Since I hardly ever blow dry my daughter’s hair, I haven’t tried it yet. Might be worth a try!

  3. nose hairs, hee hee. I’m sorry, it’s not funny and I know it. But like Cathy, that’s as foreign to me as if you had referred to the effects of the Venusian climate upon your lovely skin.
    Stay warm!

  4. Well, short hair does the trick. Lots of “molding paste” also helps. For long hair….hum….yup going with Phantom Scribbler – ponytail.

  5. hand lotion. Put lotion on your hands when you go inside, rub it in partway, and then run it through your hair. Calms it down without greasing it up. Really! It works!

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