Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Hairspray - what to use and how! 5 best tips!

Most people have hair spray in their bathroom cabinet. Should you just spray it on top of your hair to give it the desired hold or can you also apply it close to the hair roots? Which of the many hair sprays should you use for different purposes?

There is a broad spectrum of hair nurturing sprays for certain hair structures (e. g. curly or color-treated and therefore dry hair); there are also hair sprays, which protect against the effects of intense sun exposure. Perfume-free hair sprays are available for people who are sensitive to fragrances.

You should select hair spray according to its purpose. Use hair spray for light hold if you like your hair to still move naturally. Hair spray for strong hold keeps your hair in place in storm and most weather. You may have spent much effort on an elaborate hair style and would like to keep it intact for a while. In such a case, hair spray with ultra-strong hold serves your purpose.  Some hair varnishes are suitable for styling individual strands of your hair or very short hair styles.

Tip 1:
Innovative hair sprays prevent hair strands from sticking together. To take advantage of these formulations you must however hold the spray nozzle at least 30 centimetres (almost 12") away from your hair and keep the spray can in constant motion
Tip 2:
Before using the hair spray, make sure that the spray nozzle is not gummed up. Otherwise, the hair spray will not leave the can as a fine mist but rather in sticky spurts.
Tip 3:
Apply hair spray as follows if you want to give your hair more volume: Shake your hair while holding your head upside down. Then throw your hair back again without too much force. Lift individual strands of hair, and from a shorter distance apply a little hair spray underneath the strands. Allow the hair spray to dry before moving to the next strand.
Tip 4:
Tip for women with bob haircuts: Slightly lift the covering hair and apply the hair spray at an angle from below toward the hair ends. This provides marvellous hold to bevelled side hair.
Tip 5:
You can give hair a lot of hold and bounce by spraying it liberally over your hair and then either put heated rollers into your hair, use a curling iron or pull the hair ends through a flat iron. Then apply some more hair spray to give your hairdo hold. This is how it is done backstage for the big fashion events

4 comments:

  1. I'm totally going to try Tip #5! :) Thanks!

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  2. Thank you for these tips. In regards to tip 2, occasionally I will pick up a can of hair spray to use and the tip be gummed up like you said and it worked fine the day before. I will soak the tip in hot water, let it dry, replace the tip and it work good once or twice and the same thing happen. It just seems like once it happens it will continue to I've been told to store the can upside down to prevent this from happening and yet it still happen. Can you tell me any tips to unstop a gummed up tip and to keep it unstopped? If you have time I will appreciate it.

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  3. Here are a few things you can do to keep it from clogging or unclog! Hope this helps! Deb
    1) Spray your can upside down when finished. It sends last of liquid out and only allows gas in the tube. That way it's like the can was never sprayed.
    2) Right after spraying use a cloth to wipe off nozzle before hairspray dries
    3)Use a toothbrush with hot water to clean nozzle.

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  4. Thanks for the tips!! will be trying these out. :)

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