Yes, you can apply serum on wet hair. It is often recommended to use a light amount of serum and focus mainly on the ends of your hair for best results.
Serum is used to add shine, control frizz and help keep your hair healthy.
When it comes to applying serum on wet hair, you dont need to use a lot of product. A small dab (roughly the size of a dime) should be enough for shoulder length hair or shorter. If you have longer hair, then you may need an additional amount but still no more than two dabs! Because serum can weigh down your locks if too much is used, start with just a little bit and work up from there until you get the desired effect.
The best way to apply serum on wet hair is by starting at the ends and working your way up towards the scalp. This will ensure that all strands are being treated evenly while avoiding any possible buildup near the roots which can cause greasiness later on in the day. Once applied throughout your mane, use a wide-toothed comb or brush to detangle and spread out any clumps of product before blow drying as usual. This will encourage even distribution across each strand giving you optimal results when styling afterwards!
Serum can be used on wet hair to add shine and control frizz.
A small amount of serum (roughly the size of a dime) is enough for shoulder length or shorter hair.
The best way to apply it is starting at the ends and working your way up towards the scalp, then using a wide-toothed comb or brush to detangle and spread out any clumps before blow drying.