What should I apply to my hair daily?

What should I apply to my hair daily?


If you're like me, then you've probably got a million different products to choose from when it comes to your hair. You want it to look good and feel healthy, but also have all the bells and whistles that will make it stand out in any crowd. There are so many brands out there with so many different products that it can be difficult to know what will work best for what type of hair--but luckily we've got some experts on hand! In this post, we'll go over some of the most common types of hair and what products work best with them:

Curly hair

If you have curly hair, then you know that it's important to use a curl-defining product and a curl-enhancing product.

The first step of applying these products is ensuring that they're applied properly to avoid breakage or damage to your hair. Before styling your curls, make sure that all of the product is evenly distributed throughout each strand of hair and no clumps exist anywhere in it (you'll want this so that when you Style Your Curls later on in this article). Then get ready for some serious voluminous curls!

Feathered hair

Feather-light hair is the perfect texture for any style, from a loose ponytail to updos. Here are some tips for achieving this look:

  • Use a light gel to control frizz and give your strands more body. If you have fine or thin hair, opt for one with hydrating properties rather than something that adds shine--this will help keep your strands looking healthy and shiny all day long!

  • Spray hair with volumizing products like hairspray or mousse before you blow dry it so that it's less likely to get weighed down by product later on in the day (and don't forget about your roots!). Once dry, add some texture such as grits or corn starch at brush points where thinning occurs most often.*

Wavy hair

If you have wavy hair, then your daily regimen should include heat protectors and serums. If you're not using a heat protectant, then this can cause your curls to dry out and become straw-like.

If you don't have time for the extra step of using a serum or conditioner in addition to your regular shampoo and conditioner (which is fine), opt for something that has been specifically designed for curly hair. You'll still be able to get rid of those frizzies while making sure that they're moisturized at the same time!

These are the most common hair types to apply product to.

Curly and wavy hair are two of the most common types of hair to apply product to. Curly hair can be tricky because it's not just one type of curl, but many different curls that will require different products. Wavy hair is also a bit more complicated since it has waves within waves and sometimes even in your roots!

Curly/Wavy: If you have curly or wavy hair, then this is probably what you're going for when it comes to styling your mane on a daily basis--especially if the weather is nice outside or if you're going somewhere special where there will be lots of people around (like work). You'll want something that gives definition without making things greasy or heavy so that everything stays manageable throughout all day long; we recommend trying out some lightweight volumizing mousse before applying any other styling products so that they don't weigh down on top layers while still providing body underneath them.


We hope this article has given you some insight on what type of hair you have and how to apply product. Remember, there are many different ways to style your hair, so feel free to experiment!

What should I apply to my hair daily?

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