Spring Dress and Fashion Tips
Start with a good spring cleaning of your wardrobe; you may find that your unwanted items are in fact, desired by someone else. Online used clothing purchases are popular; Ebay makes it easy to get a few bucks for unwanted garments. It helps to carry a travel size can of Static Guard in you your… Read more »
Celebrity Hair Stylist Tip
Dealing with hair static? Don’t be afraid to use Static Guard. First, spray your brush. Then, brush your hair. You will be rid of all static.
Leggings and layers are always a style staple in the fall. To avoid static buildup spray leggings and all your layers with Static Guard before getting dressed.
Boots paired with a skirt are always part of fall fashion. Be sure to spray nylons or tights with Static Guard to avoid a creeping hemline.
Time to break out those fall sweaters! To avoid static electricity, lightly spray Static Guard on sweaters before putting them on to prevent static shock.
Keep summer linens light and flowy. Simply spray with Static Guard and let them dry before dressing.
Dry Summer Air
Static electricity can occur whenever the air is dry. So, to keep your summer locks looking great, simply spray your comb or brush with Static Guard before using.
Warm Winter Accessories
Don’t forget to spray scarves and mittens with Static Guard before heading out to avoid static buildup.
To prevent unwanted “sparks in bed”, spray Static Guard on blankets and flannel sheets before climbing in.
Winter hat-head can be a hassle. Simply spray Static Guard inside your winter hat and let dry before wearing. This will keep your lovely locks tame.
No-fuss spring fashion is easy when you spray lightweight sweaters, spring jackets and dresses with Static Guard® spray first to prevent a “clingy” situation.
Arrive at work with flyaway hair? Get rid of static cling with a spray of Static Guard on your comb or brush before styling and you won’t take any teasing at work.