Rosewater Facial Spray makes our skin happy, but what about dry hair? Just like our skin, it craves a bit of rehydration, shine (or glow, in skin-speak), or refreshing from time to time. And with the onset of fall, colder, windier weather means staticky, dry locks.
The solution? Our multi-purpose Nucleic Moisturizing Hair Rinse. Nourishing herbal extracts help to soften damaged, processed or fine hair types over time. It’s like the equivalent of our Rosewater Facial Spray but, obviously, for your hair. Here's the sitch: it's a rinse in a spray bottle, yes, but don't let that stop you from being creative. These are just a few ways you can use it:
Spray on wet hair, from root to tips, after shampooing. Rinse it out after a minute of letting the product soak in, or leave it on as your would a leave-in conditioner – the choice is yours.
Use it as a de-tangler.
Think of it as a finishing spray!
Use it as a treatment for dry ends and locks.
The options are endless.
Here’s my little secret: if my hair feels dry to the touch (courtesy of my flat iron or heated curlers, the cold and the wind), a few spritzes will add back the shine and hydrate the ends. Should a particularly blustery day have my mane in a bird’s nest, a few sprays and a wide-tooth comb brings back the soft and smooth we all love. If it’s getting limp as the day progresses, I make a quick trip to the ladies’ room, flip my hair upside down, give my roots a few good sprays, flip it back and presto! Volume restored.
Flat hair may be my biggest pet peeve, but staticky hair is the bane of my existence. Given the increasing need for sweaters and strategic layering, it’s nearly inevitable with the onset of fall. Inevitable need not mean you have to suffer through the static, though: spray the product onto your hair directly or into your hands, moving from the ends up to the middle of the head.
You’ll have forgotten what staticky, dry hair even was; that’s what a good spray will do.
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