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Unopened hair care products have a shelf life of three years. This however breaks down to 18 months once the product has been opened in the case of non-aerosol and non-spray products. Gels get contaminated by bacteria and moisture which accelerates their breakdown so make sure you store your gel in a cool dry place. Look for signs that hint at your products getting old. Changes in smell, texture or colour are all signs that a product is breaking down due to age or contamination.

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The best way to remove any product is by using a clarifying shampoo at least once a week. Make sure to use a moisturising conditioner after you shampoo to retain the moisture in the hair as clarifying shampoos are purely for cleansing.

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Hair gels are often composed of alcohol, which is known to have damaging effects & dry out the hair. Set Wet hair gels are good for the hair as it is 100% alcohol free and contains pro-vitamin B5, which is a water soluble vitamin that moisturizes the hair, keeping it soft and conditioned.

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Hair gels require topical application, meaning you should apply them externally on your hair and not on the scalp. The ingredients of the gel form a clear film between each hair strand which helps in binding them together and shaping the hair as desired.

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It's not the amount of gel that you use but the hold factor of the gel which actually matters. Use a hair gel with strong hold factor like the Set Wet Vertical Hold, then apply a coin size amount of the gel on damp hair to retain the style for a long time.

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No, there is no need to use another product along with a gel as it keeps your style well in place. In case you want to change the look, you can dampen the hair and restyle with the existing gel in your hair.

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No, you don’t need to put lots of hair gel for the effect to last longer. All you need is a strong hold gel like Set Wet Vertical Hold for the style to last longer.

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Yes, hair differs from person to person, in length, texture, thickness, shape & etc. Therefore it is important to use the right gel, the right hold and the right quantity for a particular hair type. For example, you will need a strong hold gel for thick rebellious hair (Set Wet Vertical Hold) whereas a light hold gel (Set Wet Cool Hold) will work best for fine hair.

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Yes, it is fine to use a gel but make sure you don’t apply too much of the product as it can overload the hair. Use a light hold gel like the Set Wet Wet Look and apply evenly on damp hair.

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It is effortless to style your hair with gel but make sure you use the right type of gel with the desired hold factor (strength) and the right amount. This will help you achieve your preferred style easily.

Read More

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Yes, it is always better to have clean hair and a clean scalp. If you apply gel or any product over a dirty scalp and hair, there will be a build up of dirt and oil along with the product and can cause itching and irritation.

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Our body does the most amount of healing to itself during the night. It is better to make sure your hair and scalp are clean to aid the regeneration process and allowing the hair to breathe. Going to sleep with gel in the hair can clog the pores of the scalp.

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Hair loss is an internal problem which is caused by many factors such as food, genes, stress, lifestyle change, pollution & etc. Use of hair gel, when applied on the hair and not onto the scalp, would not lead to hair loss.

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Applying gel on wet hair weakens the gel’s ability to stick to the hair. Gel does not spread well on dry hair either. Hair gel provides better results and spreads well when applied to towel-dried, slightly damp but not wet hair.

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The use of hair gel is not related to the greying of hair. Premature greying can be caused by a few factors like a faulty diet, which lack vitamins such as iron, copper and iodine essential to the daily diet. Mental stress, hereditary factors, anaemia and poor scalp conditioning also promote premature graying

Read More

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

Unopened hair care products have a shelf life of three years. This however breaks down to 18 months once the product has been opened in the case of non-aerosol and non-spray products. Gels get contaminated by bacteria and moisture which accelerates their breakdown so make sure you store your gel in a cool dry place. Look for signs that hint at your products getting old. Changes in smell, texture or colour are all signs that a product is breaking down due to age or contamination.

Read More

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

The best way to remove any product is by using a clarifying shampoo at least once a week. Make sure to use a moisturising conditioner after you shampoo to retain the moisture in the hair as clarifying shampoos are purely for cleansing.

Read More

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

Hair gels are often composed of alcohol, which is known to have damaging effects & dry out the hair. Set Wet hair gels are good for the hair as it is 100% alcohol free and contains pro-vitamin B5, which is a water soluble vitamin that moisturizes the hair, keeping it soft and conditioned.

Read More

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

Hair gels require topical application, meaning you should apply them externally on your hair and not on the scalp. The ingredients of the gel form a clear film between each hair strand which helps in binding them together and shaping the hair as desired.

Read More

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

It's not the amount of gel that you use but the hold factor of the gel which actually matters. Use a hair gel with strong hold factor like the Set Wet Vertical Hold, then apply a coin size amount of the gel on damp hair to retain the style for a long time.

Read More

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No, there is no need to use another product along with a gel as it keeps your style well in place. In case you want to change the look, you can dampen the hair and restyle with the existing gel in your hair.

Read More

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

No, you don’t need to put lots of hair gel for the effect to last longer. All you need is a strong hold gel like Set Wet Vertical Hold for the style to last longer.

Read More

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

Yes, hair differs from person to person, in length, texture, thickness, shape & etc. Therefore it is important to use the right gel, the right hold and the right quantity for a particular hair type. For example, you will need a strong hold gel for thick rebellious hair (Set Wet Vertical Hold) whereas a light hold gel (Set Wet Cool Hold) will work best for fine hair.

Read More

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Yes, it is fine to use a gel but make sure you don’t apply too much of the product as it can overload the hair. Use a light hold gel like the Set Wet Wet Look and apply evenly on damp hair.

Read More

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

It is effortless to style your hair with gel but make sure you use the right type of gel with the desired hold factor (strength) and the right amount. This will help you achieve your preferred style easily.

Read More

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

Yes, it is always better to have clean hair and a clean scalp. If you apply gel or any product over a dirty scalp and hair, there will be a build up of dirt and oil along with the product and can cause itching and irritation.

Read More

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

Our body does the most amount of healing to itself during the night. It is better to make sure your hair and scalp are clean to aid the regeneration process and allowing the hair to breathe. Going to sleep with gel in the hair can clog the pores of the scalp.

Read More

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

Hair loss is an internal problem which is caused by many factors such as food, genes, stress, lifestyle change, pollution & etc. Use of hair gel, when applied on the hair and not onto the scalp, would not lead to hair loss.

Read More

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

Applying gel on wet hair weakens the gel’s ability to stick to the hair. Gel does not spread well on dry hair either. Hair gel provides better results and spreads well when applied to towel-dried, slightly damp but not wet hair.

Read More

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

The use of hair gel is not related to the greying of hair. Premature greying can be caused by a few factors like a faulty diet, which lack vitamins such as iron, copper and iodine essential to the daily diet. Mental stress, hereditary factors, anaemia and poor scalp conditioning also promote premature graying

Read More

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