Great Products for Hair Types
When shopping for hair care products, have you ever noticed the number of products on store shelves or online stores? From gels, mousse and sprays to pomade and soufflé conditioners, there are unlimited hair styling products to choose from. But what product will work best for your hair? Based on your hair type, here are some suggestions by our expert hair stylists in Milton Keynes.
Straight, Fine Hair
If your hair is pin-straight and fine, it may appear flat on your head. You can give flat hair some oomph by adding some volume. Use a hair thickening shampoo for the purpose, along with the right conditioner, which you should apply only on the tips of your hair. Wash your hair properly and then use a heat protection spray from mid-length to the tips when your hair is wet. Apply some mousse on a comb and then run it through your hair. This will add some body and give you more control for styling your hair as you like.
Tip: Don’t use silicone serum or oil because they can flatten fine hair
Straight, Thick Hair
Thick straight hair is probably the most ideal kind of hair because you can style it any way you want. While it does require maintenance, you’ll still have to use one or two products to achieve the kind of look you desire. Hair professionals at our beauty salon in Milton Keynes suggest that you should comb some styling oil through your hair and then apply only a small quantity of cream. Start working backwards and then proceed to the front side so that your hair isn’t weighed down. As a final touch, use some shine spray to add shine to dull or damaged hair. However, don’t spray directly onto your hair roots.
Tip: Avoid using excessive styling product as your natural hair can easily hold on its own.
Curly hair can be frizzy, dry and hard to manage. To control frizz, you may require a number of hair products. Wash your hair with a sulphate-free shampoo to prevent it from drying further. Use a conditioner that seals in the moisture, but keep in mind that over-moisturised hair can fall flat on your face. To avoid this, use some mist and a water-based styling product.
Tip: Using hair spray on curly hair can create more frizz. Steer clear of hair spray.