How Much Of Hair Product Is Needed For That Perfect Hairstyle

A bottle, a drop or a cup.. how much is enough to get that magical mane?

1. Mousse Magic:
Mousse is a great styling agent to give volume to your hair. But emptying the bottle on your scalp won’t make your hair perfectly styled. Instead it will lead to dandruff or a sticky scalp.
How Much: Not more than an egg-sized blob.
How To Use: Put your hair in front and rub mousse close to your scalp. Be careful not to touch the scalp. Apply on 80%  towel-dry hair. Scrunch with fingers while blow drying to give the perfect volume.

Conditioning Hair

2. Wax Secrets:
During summers avoid styling using products every day.  But wax styles well and gives an untidy, unkempt look. Who Would miss that?
How Much: Use not more than half teaspoon of gel.
How To Use: The same ‘scrunch while blow drying’ works to create the right kind of mess.

3. Shining Serums:
Serum works like sunscreen – It protects your hair, gives it shine, conditions and prevents fly-aways. You can use it everyday after a shampoo or even otherwise.
How Much: More will not ensure better shine. So apply a pea size if you have short hair and a bean size if you have a longer, thicker mane.
How To Use: Though it works best on wet hair, you can use it to settle frizziness in dry hair as well.

Hair leave-In Conditioner

4. Leave It In:
A leave-in conditioner is used to make your hair recover from the wear and tear it is subjected to on a daily basis.
How Much: A half-teaspoon applied just to the hair and not the root is more than enough.
How To Use: Wash the hair with shampoo and spread the conditioner evenly into your hair.

  • You can make a homemade conditioner for dry hair: Add half-teaspoon of honey in a liter of water and rinse your hair with this.
  • For oily hair, wash off your hair with flat beer or strained tea water with half a squeezed lemon.

5. Oil Toil
Old wives’ tales hold almost true here. Experts suggest hair oil is essential for healthy hair.
How Much: You chould massage your scalp twice a week. The amount to apply will depend on your hair condition but don’t leave the oil in the hair for more tha two hours. Leaving oil in your hair overnight will lead to dandruff.
How To Use: Oil should be applied to the root with a gentle massage so that it can seep into the pores and rejuvenate hair.

Hair Care

6. Chemical Shampoo:
Any chemical shampoo is just that – a chemical. Also you have to understand that dandruff is an internal problem. It might reduce with a shampoo, but will surely come back. The root cause can be anything: lack of water, bad diet, illness, weakness, improper care or even lack of exercise.
How Much: So use a shampoo when your hair feels dirty, not every day.
How To Use: Massage shampoo into the hair with enough lather to cover. Leave for a couple of minutes and then rinse off.

Advertisements

4 responses to “How Much Of Hair Product Is Needed For That Perfect Hairstyle

  1. I must express some appreciation to you for rescuing me from such a problem. Just after checking throughout the world wide web and obtaining proposals which are not helpful, I believed my entire life was over. Living minus the answers to the issues you have fixed by means of your main review is a serious case, as well as the ones that might have in a wrong way damaged my career if I had not noticed your site. Your main mastery and kindness in handling every aspect was priceless. I’m not sure what I would have done if I hadn’t discovered such a stuff like this. I can now look ahead to my future. Thanks for your time very much for this expert and amazing help. I will not hesitate to recommend the sites to any person who needs to have direction about this issue.

  2. Youre so cool! I dont suppose Ive read anything like this before. So nice to seek out anyone with some authentic thoughts on this subject. realy thanks for beginning this up. this website is something that is needed on the web, someone with slightly originality. helpful job for bringing something new to the web!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s