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How to use hairspray to keep hair straight?

Step 1. Wash your hair and use a towel to gently dry your hair off

Step 2. Use a wide tooth comb to detangle your hair (try not to use a hairbrush because they can damage your wet hair!)

Step 3. Blow dry your hair and use a round brush from root to tip to evenly dry your hair

Step 4. Use a double action hairspray, like the L’Oréal Paris Elnett Satin, as heat protectant. Use your favourite straightener and quickly pass it through your hair.

Step 5. Take the L’Oréal Paris Elnett Satin hairspray again and spray it evenly on a hairbrush. Then take the hairbrush and comb through your hair. This makes sure the hairspray evenly protects your hair. Tip: If you want a hairspray designed to make straight hair last, use the Elnett Satin straight formula.

How to remove hairspray?

1. Dish Soap to swap with your Shampoo To really wash away hairspray residue, use dish soap instead of shampoo to clean your hair. The ingredients in the detergent help break down the hairspray residue in your hair.

2. Baking soda to Wash Away Residue Mix a teaspoon of baking soda with a palm-sized amount of shampoo. Cover a wide-toothed comb with your mixture, and brush it through your hair until your hair is completely covered. Let it sit for 15 minutes before rinsing thoroughly.

3. Clarifying shampoo to target residue If you use hairspray or hair clay regularly, swap out your regular shampoo for a clarifying shampoo to really remove the hairspray. Clarifying shampoos can be drying so only use them once a week.

Tip: if you struggle with hairspray buildup, use a lighter formula like the L’Oréal Paris Sleekissime hairspray that gives an even spray.



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