No tienes artículos en el carrito
Getting glammed up is all fun and games until you figure out how much damage improper styling might be causing your hair. That’s why it’s imperative to use products that are specially made to protect your tresses from any harm caused by various day-to-day factors.
Hair primers aren’t as popular as hairstyling staples such as dry shampoos and hair sprays but using this product can instantly change your hair’s health and appearance. If you use a base before you put on your makeup, then why shouldn’t you take the time to use a primer on your hair? Here at NuMe, we formulated the multi-use Rise And Prime Hair Primer with active ingredients such as Sunflower Seed Oil, and Honey Extract to maximize product absorption, balance your hair’s pH balance for a healthier and effective styling experience.
IT CREATES AN EVEN BASE
Like most bases for makeup, hair primers are made to create a smooth base to prepare you for styling. Hair primers coat your hair and fill in any open or broken areas to allow other products to penetrate into your hair evenly.
IT PRESERVES YOUR HAIRSTYLE
When it comes to hairstyling, preparation is vital. Priming your hair before styling can affect the way your hair reacts factors such as heat and humidity.
Before doing anything to your hair, use a generous amount of hair primer to the tips of your hair and work your way up. This step can help cut your styling time shorter, make other products stick to your hair more, and improve your hairstyle's longevity.
If you have naturally frizzy or dry locks, you can use your hair primer to loosen up knots and instantly bring moisture back into to your hair. Make sure to focus this mainly to the tips of your tresses to maintain your hair's natural volume and to avoid unwanted flatness, and product buildup.
BLOW DRY CREAM
When it comes to giving yourself a DIY blowout, it's essential to keep your hair hydrated to avoid unwanted frizz and achieve shiny and luscious results. Apply hair primer to wet or dry hair add moisture and nourishment to your hair.
It's always a great idea to apply a thin layer or product to your hair before exposing it to any time of direct heat and friction to fend off frizz and dullness. Make sure only to use a small amount of product to help your hairdo maintain its shape for a longer time.
Now that you know everything there is to know about the uses and benefits of hair primer, we hope that you will incorporate this necessary step in your hair care and styling routine. Share your thoughts with us on IG @NuMeStyle or sign up for our newsletter at NuMehair.com for hair tips and exclusive offers.