These will ensure that you always walk out with a good hair day
Styling your hair at home isn't always easy and making it to the salon every time you're stepping out isn't exactly pocket-friendly. Don't fret, we've got you covered. Keeping a few things in mind can make all the difference to your hairstyling routine. We share the pro tips that will help you create every hairstyle, from the perfect blowout to breezy, beach waves. Bookmark this guide to get your basics right and achieve the perfect hairstyle, every time.
Dry hair is a good thing, in this case
Use a hair dryer or let your hair air dry completely before you start to create a hairstyle using any hot tools. Styling wet or damp hair can lead to burning and heat damage. If you are using a hair dryer instead of letting your hair air dry, make sure you use a heat protectant beforehand.
Prep your hair well
If you experiment with hairstyles very often, make sure you prep it well to maintain your hair health. We recommend trying the lightweight Livon Damage Protect Serum as a pre-styling serum and heat protectant before you expose your hair to any heat styling tools. It protects your hair from heat up to 250Â°C and prevents breakage, leaving your hair smooth and glossy.
Start with sectioning
Sectioning your hair allows you to take stock of how much you have to play with and also makes styling all of it a much easier job. Use clips and pins to hold sections in place so it's easier to keep track of what's styled and the bits you still need to work on.
Try a styling mousse
If you're creating curls, waves or any sort of hairstyle where your strands are being shaped, and you would like the style to last for long, make sure you use a hair styling mousse. It's a must-have in your kit, especially for the upcoming party season.
Choose the right hairstyling products
Pick the styling products you would like to use based on the hairstyle you're going for. You don't need a lot of products, just the right ones. Always use one to prep and protect your hair, then go in with any specific texturising products you may need and lastly, always use a finishing product for a healthy, glossy shine.