There's a big difference between frizzy, on-purpose hair and static hair that just won't stay put.
Kendall Jenner is obviously joking around with her heart-shaped creation, but if you've ever woken up with head full of static, you know what we're talking about. We won't get into the science of it, but when the weather is colder, hair has a tendency to be drier, which, you guessed it, means more unwelcome frizz. So if you don't have time to wash your hair and style it from scratch, not to worry. These quick fixes are all the ammunition you need to attain supermodel-smooth locks.
Fabric sheets, pieces of cloth doused in fabric softener, not only soften clothes to prevent static cling, but they also work the same magic on static strands. To use a dryer sheet on unruly hair, rub a clean sheet in a downward motion from roots to ends. Repeat until static is visibly less and voilà. Works like a charm.
Since the root of static hair is dehydration, it makes sense that adding moisture back into hair is a surefire fix. Using whatever daily oil-free lotion you have handy, massage a dime-sized amount into your hands, then use the remaining moisture to run over your strands. Pro tip: Avoid brushing the moisturizer through hair with an actual brush since friction increases static. Instead, stick to using just your fingers to distribute. You'll also want to avoid putting the product directly on the scalp to avoid greasy roots.
Ion-charged hot tools are the best way to prevent static in the first place. By blasting hair with an ionic-charged dryer, you lock in moisture, which results in smoother, frizz-free locks. While you won't necessarily shave time off of your blow dry with an ionic dryer, you'll save time in the upkeep department. Pro tip: If you need to touch up hair after a day or so, you can blast dry hair with a ceramic brush to re-tame the frizz in a pinch.