Rinse-off treatments, which can be used on towel-dried or dry hair, can also be used for styling. Here are some ideas on how to use them with treatments and how to use them together.
Rinse-off treatment acts as a primer.
Leave-in treatments come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some, such as cream-type products, are quite similar to wax in texture, but treatments do not have setting power, so if you were to style your hair with a treatment-only product, your hairstyle would not hold.
The main role of a treatment is to repair the hair, so if you want to use a treatment only, use it as a primer before styling.
Mix treatment and wax for natural styling!
This is a technique to make your own wax with treatment effect, and in fact, it is a secret technique that many professional hair stylists do.
By styling hair in combination with a treatment, the surface of the hair can be made shiny.
Mixing a leave-in treatment with wax will reduce the styling power, so use a hard type of wax and mix the amount of treatment so that the amount of treatment is not more than one-third of the wax.
When actually styling, use the same method as when applying wax, rubbing it into the entire hair from the inside.
Keep your hair moisturized at all times!
When outdoors, hair is affected by UV rays and dust.
By mixing in a treatment when styling, you can protect your hair during the day. We encourage everyone to give it a try.