Is your hair care cabinet full of moisturizing hair sprays and gels that seem not to work out for your hair? You might be in possession of expensive hair care products that may not be doing their job of moisturizing your hair.Others might appear to be doing quite the opposite of their intended use and seem like the only thing they succeed in doing is taking away the little moisture that already exists from your hair.
The solution to all this mess is making use of products that are closer to nature. Natural products, especially homemade hair care products, can open up an entire new world of effective hair treatments.
You have a personal and outstanding set of coils and kinks. It is therefore important to try out different commercial, as well as natural products, so as to establish the gel and spray that your hair likes. What do you want to achieve with the hair care product you apply? If you want to moisturize your hair in the middle of the day, the solution lies on your own homemade hair spray.
So where do you start?
Begin by being in possession of a clean spray bottle, which is available in many beauty shops. These spray bottles come in different sizes, including small ones that can fit into your purse or handbag. Fill your spray bottle until halfway with a moisturizing conditioner (inexpensive) and then add a few drops of your favorite oil, not exceeding a single tablespoon.
Ensure that you heat your oil in the microwave if it is in solid form. Some of the great choices include coconut oil, jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, olive oil and grape seed oil. Although just one is necessary, mixing the oils will not cause any harm. The remaining empty part of the spray bottle should be filled with distilled or filtered water. You can spritz this homemade spray onto your hair in the morning and any other time of the day.
What about a moisturizing hair gel?
Hair gel is the most effective hair care product for maintaining your hair steadily in place. Gel can be used for styling techniques like sculpting, scrunching, molding and freezing. Any gel is of good quality if it can moisturize and condition your hair for numerous days. While shopping for gels, avoid the ones that contain alcohol since they will not only dry out your hair, but also damage it.
Also try and avoid extremely cheap gels because they have a tendency of drying the scalp and generating flakes. I am sure you do not want to be embarrassed by creamy flakes all over your shoulders or even getting an itchy scalp. Therefore, it is advisable for you to invest in a reliable and quality gel that will keep your hair hydrated all day long instead of one that will steal away the little moisture in your hair.