5 Ways to Soften That Hair Without Using Spray or Gel
When talking about excessive hair growth, flyaways are right up there with cracked edges and oily roots. Let's face it: Even the pony that attracts you intentionally gets better unless the broken threads take off. So you can go back through your wardrobe to find a reliable finishing spray or hair gel, and while they help to tone down those fine hair, some products offer a very light touch - making your hair feel dry and short when touched.
That does not mean that you have to commit to those dense ports; instead, try these simple hacks, powered by the style of cutting that hair out in the paint. Each gives you the right amount of grip, and enough flexibility to keep your hair soft.
1. Wipe off the mascara
Or brow gel, if that's all you have. That spoolie is just the right application to shrink back the cold without having to thread your gel. A few beauty experts have embraced the multipurpose look during a solo stay, so why not give your mascara or brow gel another reason to shine?
2. Old sheets for drying
We strongly recommend turning the dryer into a pair of drying balls (sheets are a common use, which is very environmentally friendly), but if you want to make a swap, this bet allows you to limit some of your use without drying sheets before throwing.
3. Hydrating face fog
Finishing the spray down? Reach your rose water. A facial spray can do more than give your skin the much needed cooling throughout the day. Just make the palms of your hands and slide your hands with those flyers. Just make sure you go easy on the nozzle; too much product can add a wet look to the hair, Stenson said. Unless that's your way, of course, by all means.
4. Filtered gel
OK, so this is a technological gel - but this natural natural moisturizer bends before the texture. The fatty acids contained in it together with Vitamin E ensure that it is saturated with moisture, leaving you with soft and uncomfortable fibers. Full disclosure: You will want to slide with wet hair if you want to hold an allover. But for your planning and style requirements (aka, flies), it's okay to use a feature.
5. Lip balm
Another old-school trick: Simply remove the balm slightly between your fingers, smoothing any hard spots in your area. Not to mention, if your balm-goalm is natural, all of the ingredients are perfectly healthy too (natural balms are usually filled with plant-based oils and butters, things that hair drinks too). Remember, it may not last all day, but it will make an hour or so - enough time to keep your threads in the Zoom assembly area.
No gel or spray? No problem — you can curl those unruly hair with products you may already have at home. While professional products can give you a better grip, sometimes what you need is a little help to put down those fragile shoulders. The result? The smooth hair of the flat and yet soft enough to look natural. Here's to keeping these dirty shames completely wrapped up.