Use Hair Gels to Control Your Hair and Get the Style You WantThese Are Not the Hair Gels of the 1980s<p>Hair gel once had a reputation for holding hair in place a little too well. There are countless pictures of women with wedges of hair fixed in place and standing on end. Their hair looks rock-hard and not pleasant to the touch. Hair gel technology has progressed to the point where products only hold hair like that if you want to go to an '80s flashback party. Now you can style your hair to look soft and natural without a plastic feel. Your style holds even if you touch it occasionally throughout the day. But you don't want to push it too hard, or you'll break the bond that the gel created.</p>How Hair Gels WorkHave Fun With Hair Gels
Use Hair Gels to Control Your Hair and Get the Style You Want
Sometimes you just want to do the "set it and forget it" routine with your hair. Fighting with a hairstyle that won't stay in place is a pain. So turn to your handy container of hair gel, work it into your hair, and wait a minute or two for the gel to set in place. Once the hair gel has done its work, you're off for the day without worrying about your hairstyle falling at the worst possible moment.