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 easier to comb.
It is necessary
- - composition for glazing hair;
- - hair conditioner;
- - container for mixing paint;
- - brush;
- - gloves.
Choose a glazing product. It can be colorless or with a light shade that slightly dyes the hair. In the latter case, it is very important to choose the right color so that you do not get an unexpected result as a result of glazing. It is best to opt for a shade that is just a couple of tones lighter or darker than your natural hair color.
Prepare your hair for glazing. Wash them thoroughly, getting rid of styling products, masks and other oily substances. Then lightly blot with a towel so that no water drips from the strands.
Mix in a ceramic or tin plate the glazing agents - activators and a colorless or tinted mixture in a ratio of 2 to 1. Stir the composition thoroughly and slowly until a homogeneous gelatinous mass of pearlescent color is obtained. For the product to fit perfectly, it is very important to stir all the bubbles that have formed.
Using a comfortable brush, spread the glaze over the entire length of your hair, remembering to wear plastic or rubber gloves before doing this. Try not to skip a single section, otherwise you will not be able to achieve the desired effect. At the end of the procedure, put a plastic cap over your hair.
After 20 minutes, remove the plastic and rinse your hair with warm water without using shampoo. Then blot the strands with a towel, removing excess water.
Fix the result by applying a stabilizer to the hair. Spread it over all the strands, leave it on for a few minutes, and then wash it off with warm water. It contains natural ingredients and fruit acids that brighten the hair color and give it extra shine.
Dry your curls with a little of your usual balm or oil. This will help your hair to comb and style better.
Repeat the hair glaze procedure after 4 weeks. After this period, the glaze will slowly start to wash off and will need to be renewed.