The beauty industry is developing by leaps and bounds. Judge for yourself how many women can attend procedures per month: hardware manicure and pedicure, hair lamination, eyelash extensions, epilation … We can successfully perform many procedures at home, including hair lamination.
The simplest hair lamination recipe is with gelatin. We will need 1-1.5 tablespoons of high quality gelatin, sulfate-free hair shampoo, balm and some water to dilute the gelatin.
The volume of gelatin and water depends on the length and volume of your hair, the liquid needs about 6-7 tablespoons. Pour the gelatin with warm water (not boiling) and wait until it dissolves. Mix half of this volume with sulfate-free shampoo and apply to hair, spreading over the entire length. Wrap your hair with cling film, wrap it in a towel and wait one and a half to two hours.
Why use a sulfate-free shampoo? It's very simple - lauryl sulfate just won't let gelatin “work” correctly and you will just waste your time.
When the time is up, prepare the second part of the composition - mix the rest of the gelatin with the hair conditioner. Be careful - there should be no more gelatin! Rinse your hair thoroughly, but do not rub, but simply rinse with water as needed to wash off the composition. then blot gently with a towel.
Apply the thoroughly mixed composition to the hair, distribute it over the entire length and wrap it up again with a film and a towel, also for one and a half to two hours. After that, rinse your hair again, remove excess moisture with a towel and dry naturally.
Home hair lamination is a great (and very low cost) alternative to a salon procedure.