"If you canít tell a gel and a mousse, or glitter from a wax, hereís an eye-opener thatíll tell you whatís meant for what, and which one is best for which type of hair. Just add them on and get that chic salon look.
Gel - This product adds body to hair and helps hold it in any style. Those with fine hair are not advised to use gel. Good for thick, unmanageable hair or for those who want to slick their mane back into a bun.
Usage: For imparting body to hair, apply at the roots of hair before it dries completely. For styling comb it through damp hair and style as required. Famous ramp models and my favourites Sonalika, Anupama Verma and Mehar Bhasin all use gels for fashion shows.
Mousse - Most types of hair can go for mousse. Since it is lighter than gel, it leaves hair soft and manageable.
Usage: Take a coin size quantity in your palm and distribute it evenly all over your hair. Make sure you donít rub it onto the roots.
Wax - If you are one who parts your hair and want to give proper separation go for wax. Not only does it define hair without being rough but it also holds hair in place.
Usage: Take a pea size quantity of wax between your hands and rub them together. Then apply onto dry hair, avoiding the roots carefully.
Glitter - With the festive season in full bloom make sure you add some glitter to your hair too. All hair types can opt for them.
Usage: Since it comes in a compressed can, it can be sprayed onto hair directly. Hold strands of hair away from your head and spray on them. Choose from an array of colours like purple, gold or crimson.
Anti-frisky Serum/Cream or spray - If you have hair standing on their ends (literally) then you need anti-frisky serum. In extreme of weather conditions, your hair could become frizzy and what else to come to your rescue but these sprays.
Usage: These products can be heavy on hair, so go light on them. Just a touch is enough on nearly dry hair to manage hair and style as desired.
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