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    Humid or just hot and dry in April?

    Heading to Aruba in April!! I was wondering if it was humid in April (mid to late to be exact) or just hot and dry?

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    We go to Aruba every year in April and Sept. April is humid but you really barely notice it because of the tradewinds.
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    Humid enough to affect those prone to bad hair days?

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    Been ther in April, trade winds kept us cool. Everyone was having such a great time nobody worried about their hair, hats shade both the the sun and hair view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenCT View Post
    Humid enough to affect those prone to bad hair days?
    The wind will "take care of your hair" (i.e. bad hair day) before the humidity does.
    ~Amy~ - 35th trip to Aruba: New Years Eve 2017/2018 -- Zihuatanejo, MX: March 2018 -- Ireland: June/July 2018 -- 36th trip to Aruba: Sept. 2018




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    HAAAAAAAAAAAA. Wind I can deal with!

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    Average Relative Humidity in Aruba ranges between 76% in February and March to a high of 80% in November. Average rainfall in April is only 1/2 inch.

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    We travel to Aruba pretty much the same time every year, beginning of April, and as for humidity, as has been said, the wind blows away any feeling of stickiness. As for the good/bad hair day... unless you tie it back or spray it down with so much industrial hair spray that you're wearing a helmet, don't worry about it. There's no such thing as a good hair day.
    Especially if you're prone to "frizz".
    Style away and just let your hard work blow to the winds.
    I've personally given up trying... I just deal with it now, and try not to scare people.
    (My hair can be a bit unruly, kinda mad-scientist...)
    Besides, it's a place to relax.

    58 more days to decompression & Reiki on the beach.
    It's 7 degrees Fahrenheit according to the little weather monitor in the corner of the screen.
    It's no wonder I don't go out of the house these days.


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