Any varnish, even a professional one, can harm hair if exposed to too long. To avoid negative effects, the hair should be thoroughly washed, timely cleaning it from varnish. Removing the styling product breaks the polish film and allows the hair to breathe again. If the varnish is not removed from the hair for a long time, then the curls will quickly fade, lose their healthy appearance, and the ends will begin to split.
It is necessary
- - hairbrush,
- - shampoo,
- - soda,
- - vinegar,
- - water.
If the hair was only lightly sprayed with varnish, then there should be no problems with its removal. Take a comb with fine teeth and comb through your hair thoroughly, the varnish will remain on the teeth. However, after that, it is still recommended to rinse the hair with shampoo, albeit not immediately.
In most cases, to wash off the varnish, it is enough to wash your hair once with a regular shampoo, however, sometimes you have to use varnishes for styling, which neither shampoo nor soap can handle. A self-prepared mixture will help: mix 2 tablespoons of shampoo or liquid soap with 2-3 tablespoons of baking soda until the consistency of a paste. Apply the paste to hair, distribute and massage evenly, leave on for about five minutes, then rinse with plenty of water. For best results, use a hair conditioner. If the desired effect is not achieved, and the varnish remains on the hair, wash your head with a soda mixture 2-3 times. The varnish will come off completely.
Very strong fixing varnishes are not always washed off even on the third try. In this case, pour 2-3 tbsp into 10 liters of water. vinegar and rinse your hair with this acidified water. Moreover, with this rinse, you will gradually get rid of dandruff if it bothers you, and your hair will acquire softness and natural shine.
With daily use of hairspray, the hair becomes almost lifeless. You can solve this problem by regularly rinsing your hair with water and a few drops of natural rosemary or sage oil.