...that's fitting, isn't it?
But seriously, I have some serious problems with static hair. And by that, I don't mean that my hair has zero acceleration and is in constant equilibrium with all other forces acting upon; quite the contrary, actually. I mean that it's fluffed up and CRAZY...to the point that I've been mistaken for Medusa from afar.
My hair clings to walls, windows, the ceiling of my car, and if there's a balloon nearby, forgetaboutit! I can't touch people without shocking them (and no, not because of my goddess-like beauty but because I seem to be a particularly good reservoir for travelling electrons). I want to be able to get along with the people in this world, but I all I do is repel, repel, repel. My hair is insane, and I'm painful to touch. How much worse could it get?
What do I do????! Perhaps I should just hook myself up to a lightbulb and call it a day?
Does anybody have any advice for controlling static in the hair? It only happens in the winter, so obviously it's a dry weather thing, but what are some simple solutions?