Very rarely do you ever hear anyone rave about hair products that contain olive extracts but it is time that the benefits of olive are examined. Olive extracts add shine and help to treat the appearance of dry hair without the use of heavy oils that can weigh hair down leaving it dull and lifeless. Whether you want to add a bit of shine to your natural human hair or to your synthetic hair piece then use this simple suggestion.
Anyone that has ever had a fake hair piece, fake ponytail or wig or anyone that is familiar with fake hair pieces knows that to keep the hair piece shiny and manageable it must often be sprayed with an oil based spray. Most oil based shine sprays are inexpensive and most of the time a higher cost will not get you a better hair product.
Not every hair product made to add shine is made for human hair. When choosing a shine spray, make sure that it is made for the type of hair you intend to spray it on: if you want a spray to use on your natural hair then most shine spray hair products will add too much oil to your hair and will end up looking like you washed your hair with a bottle of baby oil. If you are looking for a good shine spray that is both inexpensive and made for human hair then VIA Natural’s “Oil Free Wig Shine” is your best bet. This product is made for use in both synthetic hair pieces as well as human hair. This product does is so light that you will forget you out anything in your hair after less than 10 minutes.
This hair shine product can be found in most beauty supply stores or hair supply stores, but check some of the smaller ones first because they usually carry the best products instead of trying to carry a wide variety to appeal to the masses. If you cannot find VIA Natural’s hair shine spray then look for any other type of oil-free spray. If a hair product contains no amount of oil in it then it will be labeled on the bottle as containing “no oil” or being “oil free”. This is important: if you do not see these words on a hair product you are looking at, look at the ingredients list and that should tell you if the hair product is truly oil-free. If you have further doubts, try asking a store associate, they know their way around the store and are familiar with any new types of hair products that have just come in.