For hair that requires more curl enhancing strength and less moisture. Contains protein. Perfect for the softer hair that is easily weighed down by most styling products.
- Organic Aloe Vera Juice
- Glyceryl Stearate (vegetable derived)
- Organic Hydrolized Oat Protein
- Organic Guar Gum
- Organic Grape Seed
- Provitamin B5 (Panthenol)
- Polysorbate-80 (vegetable derived)
- Phthalate Free Raspberry scented oil
- Eco Certified Preserve system blend contains:Gluconolactone (and) Sodium Benzoate
Apply dime to quarter coin amount to hair at a time, until roots and full length of hair are covered- focusing on roots first. This is where definition and control begin.Method #1
With hair in upside down position, or upright, apply in shower when hair is still soaking wet. If hair is very porous, use water to help spread through hair. Squeezing water out as Styler is applied.Method #2
Towel blot dripping water before applying. This limits the amount of water- weight, pulling curls looser.On dry hair
Apply dime size amount to fingertips and ruffle through roots, increasing volume and refreshing tired curls. Stroke small amount across any frizz.Warning
This is not a cleansing product. Prolonged use of any styling product, to replace cleansers / shampoos may result in scalp irritation from scalp oil buildup and bacteria. Using as intended ensures optimal hair growth.
Starting with an Organic Aloe Vera juice base, this wonderful blend of ingredients help to enhance curl while adding shine and definition. Perfect for hair easily weighed down by products. Adding a little extra, to the roots of styled, dry hair, keeps those roots rocking some volume!
Styler-XT and Styler can be applied the same way, so we've made one video for all three Stylers.
Use Styler-XT when you want to enhance the volume or make the hair fuller. Silicone tends to make hair appear stringy, over time. The very first application of Styler- XT will resolve that!
Styler -XT works well over volume booster and any of the conditioners. Use on very wet hair or damp towel dried.
For added hold, apply to wet hair, towel blot and then add a very small amount to ends and mid-length of hair.
Curl pulling is ideal for hair needing help with clustering.
No straightening police here- if you're going to do it, we want to help you minimize damage!
Curl pulling, without scrunching, is the best way to allow hair to dry before using a flat iron. Air dry, as much as you can. This minimizes the amount of iron passes needed.
While diffusing creates bouncier and often stronger curls, natural drying can result in longer lasting clusters, once the proper moisture levels are retaining in hair. Clipping allows control when hair may focus being forward, or annoy you by the way it falls. Simply clip, right from the root, in the opposite direction of what you'd like. It won't remain 100% in that direction, but it won't focus so much on the direction you want to correct.
Clips don't need to remain in the hair, right until dry. 10-15 minutes and the root will be set enough for clip removal. Want the best of both worlds? Leave clips in for 10 minutes and then diffuse!
Wash, set and go!
It's pretty easy to allow hair to dry naturally. Once completely dry, shake the roots, scrunch the ends and mid-length and you're good to go!
Need a little refresh on the roots, after a dry office day? Take a small bead amount and with finger-tips, rub into the root area. Curls will bounce up and Styler on dry hair, works a little like hairspray.