|Look no further for touchable texture!|
I've found that this gel works best on wet or damp hair. Garnier's website says you can use it on dry hair, but for me, I don't find it works as well on dry hair. I usually use it right after I wash my hair. I tend to sit with a towel on my head for roughly fifteen minutes after my shower so it isn't sopping wet. Then I comb through my hair and get my bangs in order. Next I massage a little 100% pure Aloe Vera Gel into my scalp and scrunch a little more into my hair. I use the aloe on my scalp to help prevent dandruff and work a little volume into my roots. I scrunch it through the rest of my hair to give it a bit of moisture and shape. Then I take a small amount (roughly a dime sized dollop) of the Move It Manipulating Gel, rub it between my palms, and scrunch that into my hair. The Manipulating Gel really does a good job of helping my hair hold the shape that I made with the aloe vera gel.
This is what it looks like after applying the Manipulating Gel when my hair is still wet:
|Got some nice reflected light off of the snow.|
|"Lovely" yellow artificial light|