Everyone knows that there are 100 different hair textures for 100 different people. Soft hair, stiff hair, naturally permed hair, frizzy hair in one part….
Among these problems, I would like to focus on “soft hair” in this issue.
Let’s start with the characteristics of soft hair.
What kind of styling products are best for soft hair? Before we consider “What are the characteristics of soft hair?
Soft hair, as the name implies, has a very soft texture. Because it is fluffy to the touch, it gives the impression of being very slender. Because of these characteristics, it can be an object of admiration for those with stiff hair.
On the other hand, however, it lacks firmness, so even if it is set firmly, it has the disadvantage of becoming limp quickly. In addition, if a person has a large amount of hair, but not enough, it tends to look less voluminous.
Even if you go to the trouble of creating a hairstyle with movement, you may not be able to keep it for long enough…
This is the styling product of choice for soft hair!
Now, what kind of styling products should such soft-haired people choose?
As mentioned above, soft hair has a very weak holding power compared to stiff hair. Therefore, if you want to create a hairstyle with movement, you need to maximize the use of styling products.
Therefore, we recommend the hard type. This makes it easy to add movement adjustment and lasts much longer. Besides, we also recommend the mat type.
By the way, the dry type is not suitable for soft hair.
The same goes for choosing a spray. It is best to choose a product that focuses on maintaining the hair firmly in place, rather than one that is labeled “natural-looking.
With these products, hair will not stick to the scalp too much, even on rainy days, and the hairstyle will remain voluminous.
For soft hair, it is important to “draw out the power of the styling products and keep the hair firmly in place,” but if too many styling products are used, the “weight” of the styling products may cause the hair to flatten out.
Therefore, it is important to use the “right amount” for your hair.