Hair glazing is a procedure in which the curls are covered with a layer of glaze with ceramides and various moisturizing ingredients. Thanks to this, the strands become shiny, silky and better combed.
You will need
- – composition for glazing hair;
- – hair conditioner;
- – container for paint mixing;
- – Brush;
- – Gloves.
Choose a product for glazing. It can be colorless or with a light tint, slightly coloring the hair. In the latter case, it is very important to choose the right color, so as a result of glazing, do not get an unexpected result. It is best to stop the choice on that shade, which is only a couple of tones lighter or darker than the natural color of the hair.
Prepare your hair for glazing. Wash them thoroughly, removing the funds for styling, masks and other fatty substances. Then lightly pat soaked with a towel so that water does not drip from the strands.
Mix in a ceramic or tin plate for glazing – activators and a colorless or tinted mixture in the proportion of 2 to 1. Stir thoroughly and slowly until a homogeneous gel-like mass of pearlescent color is obtained. To make the product well laid down, it is very important to mix all the formed vesicles.
Spread the glaze with a comfortable brush along the entire length of the hair, without forgetting before putting on plastic or rubber gloves. Try not to miss any part, otherwise it will not work out the desired effect. At the end of the procedure, put a polyethylene hat on your hair.
After 20 minutes, remove the polyethylene and wash the hair with warm water without using shampoo. Then, blot the strands with a towel, removing excess water.
Secure the result by applying a stabilizer to the hair. Distribute it in all strands, leave for a few minutes, and then rinse with warm water. It contains natural ingredients and fruit acids, which make the hue of the hair brighter and give them extra shine.
Высушите локоны, нанеся на них немного привычного бальзама или масла. Так волосы будут лучше расчесываться и укладываться.
Repeat the hair glazing process in 4 weeks. At the end of this period, the glaze will begin to slowly wash off and it will need to be renewed.