During a typical hair session, hairstylists would use certain products as they are finishing a clients' hair. I'm sure most of you are curious why your hair looks so amazing after stepping out of the salon and looks dull the next day. The secret is layering products.
Hairstylists would normally suggest you hair products at the end and before you commit to purchasing one, you should know how and when to apply it. Otherwise, it's not worth the money to buy a product that makes no difference.
Here's the basic rule of thumb for layering hair products: Apply the lightest products first and work your way up.
Note: Every hair texture is different and it takes some trial and error to determine what works
Here's the basic rule of thumb for layering hair products:
Apply the lightest products first and work your way up.
Since these products are thinner and lighter, the closer they are to the hair, the more effective they will be.
2. Mousse, Foam, Aerosol Sprays
These typically help lift the hair or add some texture, so the less weighed down with creamy, heavy products your hair is, the better these will be dispersed.
3. Non-Aerosol Spray, Creams, Waxes
Always lift sections of your hair when spraying in products, and make sure you apply creamy products to the underneath sections of your hair as well! Since these are the heaviest of the bunch, save these for the end.
4. Powders, Strong Holding Sprays, Some Aerosols
Save the strong hold products for the end, to finish off your hair.
NOTE: Every hair texture is different and it takes some trial and error to determine what works