Yes, you can apply serum to dry hair. It helps nourish and protect the strands and keep your hair looking smooth and shiny.
It can also help to reduce static and frizz, which is why it’s often recommended for those with dry hair.
Serums are typically light weight and non-greasy, so they don’t weigh down the strands or leave a greasy look or feeling on the hair. They usually come in liquid form, but some brands offer solid serums that can be applied directly onto wet or dry hair. Generally speaking, you should apply serum after washing your hair but before styling it. This helps lock in moisture and create a smoother surface for styling products to cling to.
When applying serum to dry hair, start by taking a small amount of product about the size of a dime into your palm and rub it between your hands until evenly distributed throughout both palms. Then lightly finger comb through sections of dampened towel-dried hair from mid-shafts to ends (avoiding scalp) until all strands are evenly coated with the product. Afterward, style as desired with either heat tools like blowdryers or flat irons or let air dry naturally if preferred; just remember not to overstyle since this could lead to breakage over time due excessive heat exposure combined with using an additional product such as serum on top of that!
In general, serums work best when used sparingly so take care not use too much at once – less is more here! Additionally keep in mind that different types of serums will have different results depending on their ingredients; thus doing some research beforehand might prove beneficial when deciding which one would work best for you!
Facts About Serums:
They help reduce static and frizz, making them ideal for those with dry hair.
Serums are generally lightweight and non-greasy, so they don’t weigh down the strands or leave a greasy look or feel to the hair.
When applied correctly, serums should be used in moderation as overusing can lead to breakage over time due excessive heat exposure combined with using an additional product such as serum on top of that!