When it comes to the protection of your hair, there are a lot of products that promise you are going to get long, bouncy hair. But, applying the right products at the right time is mandatory. To ensure that you use what’s best for your hair at the appropriate time, we have listed out an order that should be followed for the products that you use for your beautiful locks:
Shampoo And Conditioner:
Though you may think that it is one of the most obvious things that I have stated, but get your facts right still. There are a lot of people who don’t follow the natural order. Before you layer your hair with any product, you have to wash and condition your mane first.
In case you have thin hair, you should reverse the process by conditioning first and shampooing later. And, as for the curly haired beauties, you can skip shampooing the hair entirely and choose a cleansing conditioner in place of it
Next in order comes the detangler. When you are done towel-drying your hair, sprinkle evenly a detangling mist that can loosen any knots throughout your tresses. But, be cautious to not brush your hair right away. Wait until your locks are completely dried of the detangler, so that you can take out the knots easily.
Hair Serums are the products that do wonders. Other than hydrating hair, it loosens the frizz, softens the hair and add life to them. In order to get best results, take a few drops of serum, no more and no less, and distribute them from the mid-lengths to the ends of your damp hair.
This step isn’t for those people who prefer to air-dry their hair. So, if you are one of them stop right away after applying the serum. As for other people, who have blow-dryers and irons as their weaponry, proceed with what we have to tell you. You should keep in mind that if heat-styling hair is your calling, you undoubtedly need a heat protectant. Rake the product evenly throughout your hair, but remember to avoid the roots.
Do you have thin hair, or they fall flat every time you blow-dry, or curl them? Mousse is the answer to all your woes. Mousse is lightweight, but it does wonders by adding a little life, volume and lift to your hair. Starting from the roots, use generous amount of good quality mousse throughout your mane.
Hair Texturizing Spray:
When you are done heat-styling your hair, and applying mousse, you need to add a little mist to lock down the styling that you spent an hour doing. If a little grit is your thing, add texturizing spray or a salt spray. To get hold for a longer period, you can use a small amount of pomade too.
In the end, remember that everyone will not fit the bill of what we have mentioned. Some of you might avoid heat-styling, while others of you might hate pomades and hair sprays. Remember that whichever part you want to skip, you may, but do not forget to follow the same order.