Packing Gel Hairstyles For Ladies

Packing Gel Hairstyles For Ladies

Packing gel hairstyles for ladies, first you see it on one lady and while you are still admiring it and making up your mind to try it out, its on everyone!!! We take trends to the uttermost.

Are you looking for something stylish, trendy, and beautiful? Do you know the best packing gel hairstyles for ladies There are many methods of nice hair packing for casual and festive looks. You can make a classic smooth hairstyle or choose a freer style and decorate your hair with hairpins.

For any length of hair, there are different versions of packing gel hairstyles for ladies. So any lady can find an ideal look.

Over the last decades the beauty industry has designed hundreds of products for styling women’s hair, from crochet braids to packing gel.

In fact, packing gel hairstyles for ladies are one of the hair trends that were big in the 1990s and have recently made a surprising comeback.

There are many different styles of packing gel you can try, but the most popular one has always been a stylish and versatile updo. Check out the best ways to rock packing gel!

Trendy Packing Gel Hairstyles For Ladies

Trendy Packing Gel Hairstyles For Ladies

There are many methods of nice hair packing for casual and festive looks. You can make a classic smooth hairstyle or choose a freer style and decorate your hair with hairpins. For any length of hair, there are different versions of packing gel hairstyles. So any lady can find an ideal look.

What You’ll Need To Create The Look

If you’ve never worked with packing gel before and want to try the sleek and refined packing gel look, here’s what you’ll need:

  • Hair tie and bobby pins
  • Wide-tooth comb
  • Hair brush
  • Hair gel
  • Spray bottle containing water

This list of tools is for long packing gel styles created with natural hair. If your hair is at its growing out stage, you can still enjoy gel hairstyles for short hair – in that case you’ll also need braiding hair to achieve that long and luscious look.

New & Simple Packing Gel Hairstyles For Ladies

New & Simple Packing Gel Hairstyles For Ladies

There are many methods of nice hair packing for casual and festive looks. You can make a classic smooth hairstyle or choose a freer style and decorate your hair with hairpins. For any length of hair, there are different versions of packing gel hairstyles. So any lady can find an ideal look.

Packing Gel Hairstyles Tutorial

Gel hairstyles for ladies can get quite complex, but once you master the basic skills of working with hair gel, advancing your technique will be a breeze. Follow these steps to recreate one of the most popular of styles of packing gel.

  1. Spray your hair with water to moisten it just a little.
  2. Use a wide-tooth comb to spread hair gel in a thin layer all over your hair in upwards motions.
  3. Repeat the same motions with a dense hair brush to distribute the hair gel all over your head, aiming for the top of your head.
  4. Use a hair tie to secure the hair in a ponytail on top of your head. Tame any stray hair strands with more hair gel or bobby pins.
  5. You can leave the ponytail as it is, possibly decorating it with a nice scrunchie – it’s one of the classic gel hairstyles. You can also twist your hair into an updo – in that case you’ll need more bobby pins and possibly some hairspray to keep the bun as neat as possible.

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For the first packing gel style, the hair was first arranged in a braid that was then twisted around to create a messy bun.

To recreate this voluminous updo style, you may need extensions. Alternatively, you can slightly fluff up the ponytail before twisting it around for a fuller look.

Easy Packing Gel Hairstyles For Ladies

The up-do gel pack hairstyle is amazing and creative at this point the weather is warm which makes it the perfect time to try this hairstyle out.

Now some might be wondering if their hair texture can take this look, indeed it can whether it is curly, relaxed or natural this hairstyle can suit any hair texture or face type therefore find the look that brings out your features correctly. The up-do works when your hairstyle is a ponytail.

how to use styling gel on black hair

As ladies we have learned, through trial and plenty of error, that perfecting your styling techniques is just as important as finding a Holy Grail product.  

Many women consider gel to be the ultimate curl definer, but if you have yet to master the technique of properly applying gel to your hair, you may not see what the fuss is about.

Here are our tips for the best way to apply gel to curly hair.

Step 1: Start with wet hair

If you’re working with dry hair, spritz your hair with water from a spray bottle. If your hair dries quickly you may want to do this in sections so that your hair doesn’t dry before you get to that section.

Step 2: Test your leave-in first

Before you apply various moisturizing and styling products on your hair, it’s important to test that these products will “play well” together first.

How can you tell? In the palm of your hand, mix the leave-in conditioner with the gel you plan to use. If they blend evenly and smoothly, these products play well.

If the consistency becomes clumpy, separated or small white balls form, then it’s time to try a different product combination.

Step 3: Distribute evenly

It’s important that all of your hair has an even coating of your styling product so that you do not end up with some curls that feel crunchy with gel and others that are frizzy and lacking definition. There are a few easy techniques you can use to apply your gel, depending on your curl pattern.

If you have Type 4 coils, we recommend the praying hands method. Simply coat your hands with gel and then press them together with your hair in between your hands, then slide your hands down the length of your hair.

If you have Type 3 curls, use the rake and shake method. Rub the gel between your fingers, then take 3 fingers and rake them through your hair from the roots to the ends, but stop just before you get to the ends. Then, shake your fingers back and forth, encouraging your stretched out curls to clump and form curls again.

If you have Type 2 waves, scrunching is your best friend. Rub a small amount of gel between your fingers, then scrunch from your ends up towards your roots.

This will encourage your curls to form and help make sure that you don’t end up with too much product on your hair, which can weigh your waves down.

Step 4: Scrunch out the crunch

If you were a bit heavy-handed with your gel application, you may find that you are left with a hard cast once your hair dries.

To soften this up, simply take a small amount of oil, we used a light Vitamin E oil, on your fingers and gently “scrunch out the crunch.”

Is Packing Gel Bad For Your Hair?

IS PACKING GEL BAD FOR YOUR HAIR?

Many curly ladies have asked, “Is gel bad for your hair?” The answer is that gels can damage the hair if they contain damaging ingredients.

Sure, the wrong ingredients might make your hair look good, but ingredients like bad alcohol, will dry out your hair. Type 4 hair tends to be drier than other hair textures; this can be a concern.

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Some Queens have protein sensitive hair. If this is the case for you, be sure to select a protein-free gel.

When you take the time to read the ingredient label and choose the best gel specifically for your hair, you can have gorgeous hairstyles that will last all day without it sustaining any damage. Some hair gels are even formulated to moisturize your hair.

This is an added benefit if you have dry hair or are going to be out in dry weather. When choosing your hair gel, be sure to select a glycerin free, non-drying and alcohol-free gel.

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